Following up “Stereo Hearts” with Adam Levine, Travie McCoy is back with a more rock infused track for the second hit single off their new CD. Featured here, the recurrent theme of an artist on the road and distance taking a toll on a relationship. UK singer / songwriter, Neon Hitch, shines in the video as Travie’s love interest and sings the memorable hook, “Get your ass back home!”
“SO YOU DON’T HAVE TO LOVE ME ANYMORE” ALAN JACKSON
Alan Jackson is the master of singing songs that cut to the emotional heart. Whether it’s songs of 9/11, tributes to legends like Hank Williams Sr, memories of the start of a new love, to this raw, sensitive track about ending a relationship. The guitar solo perfectly blends with Alan’s lyrics of broken hearts and opportunities lost. Tear in your beer country music songs have been around for years and it’s great to hear Alan Jackson keeping “real” country alive and well.
“THESE TIMES” SAFETYSUIT
Great video! Christian rock artist, Safetysuit, debuts a relevant new anthem about although life can be tough and current economic times are depressing and hitting so many hard, “these times will pass”. Everyone has their own issues crippling them at times (as the video demonstrates) but the hopeful conclusion to the video shares an uplifting, enduring message of recovery. Think of when you were at the lowest moment of your life, then think of NOW, those bad times do pass.
“DEAR PRUDENCE” GRACE POTTER
From her iTunes session live, Grace performed her bluesy hits like “Paris” but also took on the challenge of covering two of the biggest musical artists of all-time, The Beatles and Madonna. Her “Like A Prayer” rocks harder but on the White Album classic, Dear Prudence, Grace treats the classic with reverence and adds her feminine touch to the Beatles masterpiece. Love the simple line: “the sun is up, the sky is blue, it’s beautiful and so are you, dear prudence, won’t you come out and play”!