Posts tagged with "Bob Dylan"

CLOVES Releases Cover of “Blowin’ In The Wind”

 Critically acclaimed singer/songwriter CLOVES releases a cover version of Bob Dylan’s classic “Blowin’ In The Wind” on Interscope Records.  “Blowin’ In The Wind” is available now at all digital retailers.  Listen to “Blowin’ In The Wind” HERE.

“Blowin’ In The Wind” by CLOVES is featured in Budweiser’s new “Wind Never Felt Better” campaign.  The campaign celebrates Budweiser’s use of renewable energy to power all of its breweries. 

Watch the clip here.

“As a songwriter I’ve always admired Bob Dylan’s ability to write songs that become timeless classics,” says CLOVES.  “It was an absolute honor for me to cover this song.  Bob Dylan is a true icon.” 

CLOVES released her acclaimed debut album One Big Nothing in the fall of 2018 on Interscope Records. With One Big Nothing, CLOVES demonstrates a musical assurance and maturity beyond her years; an impressive progression from her acclaimed 2015 EP XIII. Fans and critics alike have taken notice – KCRW called her music “moody and haunting,” while Harper’s BAZAAR raved, “get ready to fall in love,” and Twitter Musicdeclared, “if you’re a fan of Radio Head or DJ Shadow…add her to your playlists.”  CLOVES spent most of 2018 in America gracing the stages of major U.S. music festivals including Panorama and XPoNential and supporting Greta Van Fleet on their sold-out U.S. tour.  She also appeared at international festivals including London’s All Points East Festival, Norway’s Bergenfest PinkPop and Electric Picnic in Ireland and in October embarked on a European headlining tour with stops in the UK, France, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands. CLOVES made her U.S. television debut on NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers singing the album’s title track, “One Big Nothing,” CLOVES lit up the screen with her striking performance.  Watch the performance HERE.

Juke Ross Shares New Single “Hey Lil’ Mama”

Today, Guyanese singer/songwriter JUKE ROSS shares his brand new single “Hey Lil’ Mama.” It’s available now via Republic Records.

Get it HERE.

“Hey Lil Mama” arrives on the heels of his recent release “Fresh Roses” and debut EP Grey. Carried by wistful melodies, wonderfully nostalgic lyrics, and lithe acoustic guitar, “Hey Lil’ Mama” illuminates his songwriting skills and smooth delivery on the breathy and bright hook. It’s emblematic of his delicate emotionality and ability to serve up a gorgeous anthem every time he hits the studio.

“Hey lil’ Mama is a song about reflecting on a past relationship and ultimately hoping the best for that someone. I started the song back in 2016 right in the middle of moving from Guyana to Atlanta and finished it in the middle of 2017 just after moving to NY and truly realizing how huge the world truly is,” explains Juke

Located on South America’s northern mainland, the celebratory and life-affirming spirit of Guyana remains an undercurrent of JUKE ROSS’s songwriting. The youngest of 14 siblings, he can recall falling in love with music at a young age. The family radio played everything from Caribbean standards to Bob Dylan and Michael Jackson, and he would sit and listen for hours on end. Inspired by his nurse mom, he enrolled in medical school. In the midst of his studies, guitar beckoned to him. JUKE feverishly began penning music. Among those early compositions, he created “Colour Me,” which became an independent phenomenon, landed him a deal with Republic Records, and positioned him as one of 2017’s most exciting artists to watch!

JUKE ROSS x Fresh Roses

Today, Guyanese singer/songwriter JUKE ROSS returns with his latest single “Fresh Roses” via Republic Records.

Listen HERE.

“Fresh Roses” is JUKE ROSS’ first single following his debut EP “Grey.” “Like a Fresh Rose needs rain and nurturing so does new love. The song is about being caught in the space between trying to latch on to the bliss of new love while escaping the sting of the past,” say JUKE“Fresh Roses” showcases his signature acoustic style and sets the tone for what Juke has in store for 2018.

Located on South America’s northern mainland, the celebratory and life-affirming spirit of Guyana remains an undercurrent of JUKE ROSS’s songwriting. The youngest of 14 siblings, he can recall falling in love with music at a young age. The family radio played everything from Caribbean standards to Bob Dylan and Michael Jackson, and he would sit and listen for hours on end. Inspired by his nurse mom, he enrolled in medical school. In the midst of his studies, guitar beckoned to him. JUKE feverishly began penning music. Among those early compositions, he created “Colour Me, which became an independent phenomenon, landed him a deal with Republic Records, and positioned him as one of 2017’s most exciting artists to watch!

A$AP x The Thread Shop

Sony Music’s innovative merchandising company “The Thread Shop” is excited to announce continued partnership with A$AP Ferg to design and fulfill the artist’s merchandise for his current Mad Men Tour.

 

Ferg is excited to debut this new merch while on tour now. Click HERE for tour dates.

 

“Headlining my Mad Man Tour was aligned with my creative juices flowing for merch. Working with the amazing team at The Thread Shop, we created products I’m really proud off and excited to share with my fans” – Says A$AP Ferg of the collection.

 

“The Thread Shop is thrilled to be working with A$AP Ferg on merchandising for his Mad Men Tour and across all retail channels. We proudly feel that our latest collection really captures the spirit and creativity of this amazing and cutting edge hip-hop artist.” – says Howard Lau, the recently appointed Head of The Thread Shop.

 

The Thread Shop has established itself as one of the best in the artist merchandising business. The company brings a revolutionary perspective to pop culture branding and marketing, and are committed to providing the ultimate shopping experience – the highest quality of products – for music fans and devotees of popular culture alike. The company touts an impressive and growing roster including A Tribe Called Quest, Bob Dylan, NAS, Miles Davis, Camila Cabello and more. With a focus on quality and design, and with an “artist first” philosophy, The Thread Shop works hand-in-hand with the artists and brands they partner with to create beautiful, fashionable and elevated new merchandise and products designed to enhance every fan’s lifestyle.

Calum Scott 

CALUM SCOTT PREMIERES THE VIDEO FOR NEW SINGLE“YOU ARE THE REASON” TODAY ON VEVO

 

DEBUT ALBUM, ONLY HUMAN, OUT MARCH 9TH ON CAPITOL RECORDS –  NOW AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER


Today, breakout U.K. artist Calum Scott debuts the video for his new single, “You Are The Reason.” The video was directed by Frank Borin- watch it HERE.   “You Are The Reason” is available now for download and streaming at all digital partners and is the first single from Scott’s debut album, Only Human, out March 9th on Capitol Records.  The single is fast approaching 20 million worldwide streams combined, while the lyric video garnered over one million views within a few days- watch it here.  Written by Scott, Jon Maguire and Corey James Sanders, the emotionally resonant piano ballad is one of numerous songs produced by Fraser T Smith (AdeleEllie Goulding) for the album. Scott also worked with producers Jayson DeZuzio, Oak Felder, Oscar Gorres and Phil Paul.  The pre-order for Only Human is underway now at http://calumscott.lnk.to/onlyhumanFans who pre-order the album in digital format will instantly receive “You Are The Reason”and Scott’s two previous singles – his poignant version of Robyn’s “Dancing On My Own,”which charted at No. 1 on iTunes in 11 countries and“Rhythm Inside,” which has over 25 million streams worldwide – along with Tiësto’s remix of “Dancing On My Own.” In addition to 11 original tracks, the album also includes Scott’s haunting acoustic version of Bob Dylan’s “Not Dark Yet.” See below for full track listing.  “Dancing On My Own” quickly charted in over 34 countries on Spotify, peaking at No. 1 on the Viral chart in six, including the U.S. Now certified Platinum in four countries, it was the best-selling U.K. single of 2016 by a British solo artist and was nominated for a Brit Award for Best Single. The song has over 550 million streams worldwide, while views of the video are approaching 235 million.  Scott‘s first U.S. headlining tour in 2017 included sold out shows across the country and while in the States, he performed “Dancing On My Own” on Late Night with Seth MeyersThe Ellen DeGeneres ShowGood Morning America and Dancing With The Stars.  


Only Human – Track listing:


1. If Our Love Is Wrong

2. Give Me Something

3. Rhythm Inside

4. You Are The Reason

5. Come Back Home

6. Stop Myself (Only Human)

7. Dancing On My Own

8. Only You

9. Won’t Let You Down

10. What I Miss Most

11. Hotel Room

12. Good To You

13. Not Dark Yet

14. Dancing On My Own (Tiësto Remix)

For more information on Calum Scott:

Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram / Soundcloud

A Tribe Called Quest Launches Capsule Collection with The Thread Shop

IN CELEBRATION OF THE LATE HIP HOP LEGEND PHIFE DAWG’S BIRTHDAY

SONY MUSIC’S THE THREAD SHOP LAUNCHES NEW CAPSULE COLLECTION IN PARTNERSHIP WITH A TRIBE CALLED QUEST AVAILABLE TODAY!

The capsule collection encompasses a color palette based on the neon trend and the main pieces in the collection, which pay homage to Phife, include a Safety Green Hoodie, a White Tee, which features an image from the Low End Theory photo shoot, and a Black Trucker Hat. Click HERE to purchase.

In conjunction with the launch, The Thread Shop and A Tribe Called Quest are running a sweepstakes starting TODAY, where fans can win two signed Phife Hoodies (signed by Ali, QTip, Jarobi and Consequence). Fans can enter HERE, no purchase necessary and winners will be announced on December 15th.

ABOUT THE THREAD SHOP

The Thread Shop has established itself as one of the best in the artist merchandising business. The company brings a revolutionary perspective to pop culture branding and marketing, and are committed to providing the ultimate shopping experienceߞand the highest quality productsߞfor music fans and devotees of popular culture alike. The company touts an impressive and growing roster including A Tribe Called Quest, Bob Dylan, Iggy Pop, NAS, and Miles Davis. With a focus on quality and design, and with an artist first philosophy, The Thread Shop works hand-in-hand with the artists and brands they partner with to create beautiful, fashionable and elevated new merchandise and products designed to enhance every lifestyle.

Aly Ryan

Aly Ryan was born September 25, 1995 to German parents who at the time were war correspondents in Moscow, Russia.

Traveling from one place to another at a very young age she learned several languages and eventually moved back to Germany where she developed a love for the music her father would play for her. Inspired by songwriters like Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen and Pink Floyd, she soon started writing her own music. At the age of 16, shortly after her handicapped brother passed away, she packed her bags and made the move all the way to Los Angeles on her own.

She has since been working with her favorite producers including legends like Babyface, Red One and Toby Gad, recently releasing her debut single ‘No Parachute’ which has been charting on the Soundcloud top 50 pop chart worldwide since its release with currently over 1 million streams.

SoundCloud.com/alyryanmusic

Head Of Pop at Spotify Mike Biggane included “No Parachute” on New Music Friday U.S and Major tastemaker Ebro Darden from Hot 97 talked about Aly Ryan on Beats 1 (Apple Music’a Radio station) and introduced the single to the world.

Single #2 “Donate A Dollar” was released September 8th, 2017 and is already at over 100k streams on Soundcloud.

This year Aly also opened for infamous Zane Carney ( who is the lead guitarist for John Mayer) at the El Rey theater and she has collaborated with Post Modern Jukebox (youtube cover band with 3 million subscribers and who tours worldwide} on a cover of “Million Reasons” by Lady Gaga which has garnered a lot of attention on Youtube. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ye-taJZmStE

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ROLLS-ROYCE ANNOUNCES ‘THE JOHN LENNON PHANTOM V’ RETURN

Today, Rolls-Royce has announced that it will celebrate the 50th anniversary year of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band in its own way by bringing the colourful Rolls-Royce Phantom V, famous for being owned by John Lennon, back home to London for the British public to see.

Currently owned by the Royal British Columbia Museum in Canada, ‘The John Lennon Phantom V’ will travel from Canada to London to join ‘The Great Eight Phantoms’ – A Rolls-Royce Exhibition, at Bonhams on Bond Street, an area visited regularly by Lennon in the late 1960s in this very car.

Members of the public will be able to see ‘The John Lennon Phantom V’ at Bonhams from 29 July to the 2 August.

‘The John Lennon Phantom V’

On June 3, 1965 – the same day that Edward H White left the capsule of his Gemini 4 to become the first American to walk in space – John Lennon took delivery of something rather special. It was a Rolls-Royce Phantom V in Valentine Black. He would later say that he always wanted to be an eccentric millionaire, and the Phantom would become an important step towards that dream.

Lennon had the Phantom V customised in true rock-star style. The rear seat was converted to a double bed, a television, telephone and refrigerator were installed, along with a ‘floating’ record player and a custom sound system (which included an external loud hailer).

Then, in April 1967, just as the recording of the game-changing Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band was finishing, Lennon asked Surrey coachbuilders, JP Fallon, to give the Phantom a new paint job. The freshly-painted Phantom was unveiled days before the worldwide release of Sgt. Pepper’s on 1 June and it seemed part of the overall concept of the album.

The new colour scheme is often described as ‘psychedelic’ and certainly the colours, particularly the dominant yellow, reflected the cover of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. But look carefully and you will see it is no random swirl, but a floral Romany scroll design, as used on gypsy caravans and canal barges, with a zodiac symbol on the roof. 

The Phantom V was used regularly by Lennon until 1969 (Lennon also owned a slightly less conspicuous all-white Phantom V). Having used it, pre-paint change, to collect his MBE with his bandmates in 1965, he then used it again in 1969 to return his MBE to the Palace, in protest against, among other things, the Vietnam War. The car was shipped to the USA in 1970 when Lennon moved there and was loaned out to ferry other rock stars around such as The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and The Moody Blues. In 1977, after a period in storage, donated by billionaire Jim Pattison to the Royal British Columbia Museum in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

‘The Great Eight Phantoms’ – a Rolls-Royce Exhibition, will take place at Bonhams international flagship saleroom and galleries in New Bond Street, London, from 29 July to the 2 August. You can follow the progress of this story on social media by using https://www.press.rolls-roycemotorcars.com/rolls-royce-motor-cars-pressclub/article/detail/T0272363EN/rolls-royce-announces-the-great-eight-phantoms%E2%80%99-%E2%80%93-a-rolls-royce-exhibition-will-be-at-bonhams-and-sir-malcolm-campbell%E2%80%99s-phantom-ii%E2%80%99-will-be-third-great-phantom-to-join-exhibition