Category Archives: Singers

HALL AND OATES HEADLINE w/ Special Sauce @ Great Allentown Fair

  World-renowned musical genius Darryl Hall giving the crowd his best show at the Great Allentown Fair, Sunday Sept. 1 Photo copyright Gary Preis   In true Allentown Fair grandiosity, the announcer proclaims, “Ladies and Gentlemen welcome to tonight’s show!!!! Coming to you Live from Phillytown G. Love and Special Sauce!!!!” With an almost-full crowd…
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Madame Mayhem Album Release!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MADAME MAYHEM TO UNLEASH ‘READY FOR ME’ THIS FALL! Madame Mayhem is a true rocker with an eclectic style in every aspect of life - merging theatricality with hard-hitting, rocking tunes. And on October 20, 2017, she will be unveiling a brand new album, ‘Ready for Me’ (via Metalville label in the…
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Remembering Jane Train By Alexxis Steele

  Jane  Train, the beautiful and talented vocalist who started the popular band M80, was working towards her illustrious career, when her shining star was put out by a senseless tragedy on August 23rd, 2017. Her life was cut short by a vehicle  accident, when a tractor trailer slammed into the RV she was in,…
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Carl Bell EPK

Carl Bell EPK

Carl Bell, singer/songwriter and founding member of rock band "Fuel" to release a country cd , on June 16th, in tribute to his late father.

Bell goes back to his Tennessee roots when he was growing up on a rural farm in this 10 track cd.

He brings you back in time, imagining his father roaming across the dirt with his John Deere tractor with songs he penned: "Dad, "Run Away", Kiss and more.

Bell went on to explain in his interview with Alexxis Steele on WDLS Radio , that while he was on tour with Fuel, he was unable to attend his annual family reunion in which his father was the guest of honor. It was after he hung up with his mother that he felt bad that he would miss the event, and the idea of the song as a thank you to his dad came about.

Look for his upcoming release on I Tunes, Amazon, and other retailers, June 16th, in time for Father's Day

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