11.6 New Music Monday and Music Business News

11.6 New Music Monday and Music Business News

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Ryan Salata – Say Yes
Genre: Indie Singer Songwriter Pop Music
A Native-Texan singer, songwriter Ryan Salata was surrounded with music as a child but didn’t pick up a guitar until his early years of college. Heavily influenced by his surroundings, Ryan draws inspiration from the funky urban sounds of the city leaning toward sounds with a Mo-town beat or Jack Johnson vocals. Ryan released Say Yes on April 1st, 2017, and is currently in the process of releasing more groovy tunes.
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ryansalatamusic
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ryansalatamusic/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ifyoulikepinasalatas/


Jordan Sleed – Lift my spirits
Rock Music
Jordan Sleed is an 18 year old singer/songwriter from San Antonio, Texas. At 13, Jordan picked up the ukulele and has since then used this instrument to discover a passion for music and songwriting. He writes in an innovative way, being driven by the ukulele/guitar and his voice. The music speaks for itself, showing influence from great soulful musicians. He regularly plays in front of large audiences (sometimes upwards of 3,000) and manages to entertain in a band or as a solo act.


 Of Sea and Stone – As far as we can
Genre: Indie Folk Singer songwriter Pop music
Of Sea and Stone is an emerging Americana duo known for their polished vocal harmonies and intimate songwriting. Their sound ranges from joyful to solemn, hopeful to desperate, and ultimately reflects the very nature of their relationship. Their single ‘As Far As We Can’ is a lighthearted song reflecting upon the unexpected nature of the band’s beginnings. Their latest project was recorded at Dark Horse Studios with producer Billy Smiley and mixing engineer Richie Biggs, engineer for The Civil Wars’ albums. Of Sea and Stone’s self-titled album is scheduled for release in December 2017 through Sony RED and Soundly Music of Nashville, TN.
Website: www.ofseaandstone.com
Twitter: www.twitter.com/ofseaandstone
Facebook: www.facebook.com/ofseaandstone
Instagram: www.instagram.com/ofseaandstonemusic


NURIEL – Beautiful Day
Folk- Pop Music
NURIEL plays folk infused with intricate harmonies, driving rock, and world music. Following a string of sold out shows, their eagerly awaited single, “Beautiful Day”, is out now. https://www.reverbnation.com/NurielBand/song/27762158-beautiful-day

Robert Kramer – The Great Pretender
Genre : rock, blues rock
An accomplished stage and studio musician and composer, Robert Kramer has been a mainstay on the midwest music scene for over 20 years. His vocal and composition styles have been compared to such artists as Sting, Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen & others. He is skilled in keyboards, guitars, vocals and composition from many styles of music from rock and pop to blues, jazz, classical, orchestral and folk. Kramer has independently produced and released a number of solo projects, and has performed on and produced other artists releases.
Twitter: @robertkramer



Mike Contoni- It Sucks Getting Old
Genre: Country and Southern Rock
Sung with true heart and soul, Mike Contoni’s “It Sucks Getting Old” is just a true story for everyone as they start getting older. Having been playing since he was a young teenager, Mike set out to develop a truly unique attitude: His music is all about connecting with listeners through uplifting melodies, and thought-provoking lyricism, not unlike influential performers such as Neil Young, Willie Nelson, Alabama, Bob Segar and Tom Petty, just to mention a few. Mike is now living in Thailand close to the beach and enjoying warm weather all year round. He loves traveling and writing songs. He is a driven, passionate and charismatic artist with a unique approach to his sound, inspired by country and southern rock music. https://www.reverbnation.com/mikecontoni/song/28448083-it-sucks-getting-old

Lance Tingey  – Send me a Doctor
Pop Singer-Songwriter out of Provo, UT recently moved to sunny San Francisco.


Jerrod Phillips – I won’t say

Country/ Americana
With the release of his first EP, Ruins, singer songwriter Jerrod Phillips reveals some of the most intimate details of his life up to this point, from growing up in small town Louisiana, to the morally challenging days in Los Angeles, and the awakening that arrived in Nashville. “I Won’t Say” is a look back at the journey of admitting the truth to others as well as yourself, accepting the hurt, and growing through the pain.

Lydia Waldrop – How Mama raised me
A fifteen years old singer/songwriter from Memphis, Tennessee. Lydia is a sophomore in High School. Lydia was discovered by a neighbor, Paul Richard who heard her sing at age nine and told her parents this girl can sing and get her some vocal lessons. Lydia has traveled all over West Tennessee and North Mississippi performing as a female vocalist since age 12. Lydia writes her own music both country and gospel. She realizes that writing is a process and observes the world around her as inspiration, for the song to come alive. Lydia is currently working on her first CD with Gary Sadker at Red Ridge Entertainment in Nashville.



Faith Bardill – Adeline
Country Music
Faith Bardill is the 2016 Carolina Music Awards “Country Female Artist of the Year” and the 2015 Carolina Music Awards “Teen Artist of the Year”. Faith Bardill has performed over 200 shows in 60+ cities. Genre is modern country, classic country and classic rock. They are honored to share the stage with Craig Campbell, Mo Pitney, Michael Ray, Kasey Tyndall, Carter Winter, Muscadine Bloodline, High Valley, Justin Moore, and the Embers
Instagram: faithbardil
Twitter: @faithbardil
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/faithbardillandtheband/




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