Wednesday, September 24, 2014

I Need To Put You On to Something

I am not blogging anymore, so I wouldn't post something, unless I really, truly, and genuinely believed that it was worth it. 

A couple of months ago, my friend, posted a link on FB, of an artist that he is managing: Allan Kingdom. I took a moment to listen to Allan's music, and was instantly moved.  The song "Wavey" feat Spooky Black, had the biggest impact on me. One thing led to another, and I was on youtube checking out Spooky Black's "Without You" Video, which has already gone viral.

Now here is the thing with the Spooky Black video. Please LISTEN to the song, don't watch, just close your eyes, and LISTEN, the video is a bit distracting (to say the least), and it is because of the video that I missed out on the, amazing, sonic experience of this gem.  

Spooky Black (16), Allan Kingdom  (20), are both from St. Paul, Minnesota (of all places), and they recently formed a group together called "The Stand4rd". They will be performing in NYC, before the end of the year so keep your, eyes and ears open. Nothing is available on I-Tunes yet, so check them out. 

(You're Welcome:) 


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