Radio Drive experiences there own “Taste of heaven” with an exciting European tour in their near future, Pleasantry will be taking “Owl” from Singapore to perform at Canadian Music Week in Toronto,  Maddy Vance inspires our youth with her  “Paper Airplane” and MadLyn remembers to “Kiss Me Goodbye” as she takes another important step in her music journey.

Radio Drive – A Taste of Heaven

Congratulations to Radio Drive​ : song “Footsteps” has been accepted for Grammy Award consideration. Plus, they recently signed with an international management agency, Artista Group and are planning a tour in Europe and the USA in 2015. We are excited to see great things happening for this fabulous artist. Tweet: @RadioDriveMusic

Pleasantry – Owls

Formed in late 2010, the quintet has made a name for themselves in Singapore’s local music scene. They are happy to announce that they will be playing overseas for the first time on May 8th, 2015 at Canadian Music Week in Toronto, whose lineup includes Colbie Caillat, Death Cab For Cutie, Kiesza, Magic!, Billy Talent, The Jesus and Mary Chain and more. They will also be having their first short tour in the States in hopes of gaining international fans.
BAND MEMBERS: – Samantha Teng (vocals, keyboard) – Isa Ong (vocals, guitar, bass, keyboard) – Ahmad Ariff (keyboard, guitar, bass) – Daniaal Adam (Drums) – Haziq Hussain (Guitar, bass, vocals) Tweet: @pleasantrymusic

Maddy Vance | Paper Airplane

Maddy Vance is a young woman who has always had a song in her heart and desire to create uplifting music. She has been writing music since the age of nine and has created over 50 original songs. Maddy not only writes and sings beautiful music, but she also plays the guitar and piano. She continually writes music as an inspiration to young people and strives to work each day on new original music. Tweet: @MaddyVanceMusic

MadLyn – Kiss Me Goodbye

Born into an artistic family, MadLyn began performing at age 3 and has been passionate about entertaining audiences ever since. Growing up in Southern California, she would begin to train her powerful vocals with a wide range of influences including Barbara Streisand, Whitney Houston, and Billy Joel. She tragically lost her mother to breast cancer when she was just 13, and after that began to immerse herself completely in songwriting and pop music. She later made the choice to honor her mother Madelyn, by taking on her name. Artistically choosing to drop the “e,” she would be known as MadLyn, in loving tribute of her mother.  Tweet: @MadLynMusic

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