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New Single from @MartinSmithTV “Back to the Start”


Martin Smith, the former lead singer for the British Christian band Delirious, is credited with inventing the modern worship music movement. His new single “Back to the Start” is taken from his forthcoming album “God’s Great Dance Floor Step One” which will be coming out April 23, 2013 from Fuel Music and Select-O-Hits Music Distribution.

Premiere: Shannon McNally, Dr. John cover Bobby Charles


via USA Today

Shannon McNally has a birthday present for the late songwriter of early rock ‘n’ roll hits like Fats Domino’s Walking to New Orleans and Bill Haley & The Comets’ See You Later, Alligator — a sweet cover of his I Must Be in a Good Place Now, recorded with Dr. John on piano.

“It sums Bobby up pretty perfectly,” says McNally. “The guy would sort of rather be fishing than doing anything else.”

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Thousand Foot Krutch (@OfficialTFK) “War Of Change” – EXCLUSIVE VIDEO PREMIERE


via Loudwire

Thousand Foot Krutch are set to embark on a tour with Brian “Head” Welch’s band Love and Death, as well as the Letter Black and the Wedding. Before the trek kicks off, TFK are unleashing their new music video for ‘War of Change,’ off the band’s independently released, No. 1-selling Billboard Hard Rock album ‘The End is Where We Begin,’ and you can watch it exclusively on Loudwire.

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Throwback Thursdays: L.O.G. “Camouflaged Down”

The New Orleans rapper L.O.G. (his name means Living Off Game) first came to prominence through the song “G’z & Soldierz” on his debut EP of the same name, but by the time he released his first full-length Camouflaged Down New Orleans was at the center of attention in rap music due to the rise of No Limit Records and Cash Money Records.

Released on the Untouchable Records Cartel imprint, “Camouflaged Down” was packed with hood bangers, but it was the title track that came closest to repeating the success of “G’z & Soldierz.” Unfortunately, it would also be L.O.G.’z last album. In subsequent years he launched a hip-hop clothing line, and briefly switched to gospel rap. Although he is still in New Orleans and rumored to be active, seemingly no music has appeared.

Throwback Thursday: The Radio Kings – Count The Days

Boston-based blues band The Radio Kings were at the height of their popularity in 1994 when they signed with Select-O-Hits’ Icehouse Records imprint to release their album “It Ain’t Easy.” The song “Count The Days” featured a guest appearance from blues legend Little Milton, and showed the band’s deep roots in the electric blues style. Posted in honor of this week’s International Blues Challenge in Memphis. Enjoy!

Throwback Thursday: Master P – Make ‘Em Say UGH

Although his rap career started in the Bay Area of California, New Orleans native Master P was instrumental in bringing Southern rap to the forefront for really the first time, and his music and marketing tactics were highly influential across the South. For most of the period of his popularity, Master P was on No Limit Records/Priority Records, a label distributed by Select-O-Hits Music Distribution for the Southeast. “Make “Em Say UGH” was arguably P’s most popular single ever.

Master P on Twitter: @MasterPMiller

New @KatieArmiger album “Fall Into Me” In Stores Today

COLD23Country diva Katie Armiger has come a long way from her beginnings in Sugar Land, Texas, and now has released her fourth full-length album entitled Fall Into Me on the Cold River Records label. The album came out today, and is in stores everywhere.

Visit to join her fan club, or to keep up with tourdates, new songs, new videos and more. You can also like her on Facebook at or follow her on Twitter at

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