Monthly Archives: March 2017

Hear The Rock Influences Of Rival Sons In The Latest Song From Jon Campos and the Incurables

Rival Sons has such an interesting blend of sounds with their music, often being described as a mixture of blues rock and hard rock, thrown in with some of the great classic sounds of Led Zeppelin and other bands of the era. It’s no surprise that Jon Campos and The Incurables have taken influence from the sounds of Rival Sons and many other amazing rock bands.

If you’re interested in hearing what the combination of these sounds is like, then check out the band’s new video for their single, Tragic Tales & Lullabies on YouTube. If you love what you hear, then pick up their EP on iTunes and CD Baby.

Be sure to keep up with Jon and the band on their Facebook and the band’s official website www.JonCamposAndTheIncurables.com for any updates. You can also find their music on Reverbnation.

 

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New Smooth Jazz Music by Jan Daley this Spring

Jan Daley is going to be releasing a brand new smooth jazz album “The Way of a Woman” this March 31! The album will complete her five song EP “When Sunny Gets Blue” with six brand new songs.  Daley’s phenomenal vocal consistency and overwhelming artistry have been praised by numerous music publications as well as many classic artists including Frank Sinatra and Louis Armstrong.

If you haven’t had a chance to listen to Daley’s smooth jazz, it will be well worth your time.  She has a fantastic array of music ranging from her trademark smooth jazz sounds to her recently released “There’s Nothing Like Christmas.”

You can download the title song from her EP  “When Sunny Gets Blue” FOR FREE from Noisetrade. To learn more about Daley and to keep up with her latest updates, check out her Facebook and her official website here: www.jandaley.com/.

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Jon Campos and The Incurables Draw Influence From Stone Temple Pilots In Their Song, Tragic Tales & Lullabies

Jon Campos and the Incurables get a lot of their inspiration from some amazing alternative rock bands. So it’s no surprise that one of their biggest influences is Stone Temple Pilots. Known for their mix of alternative rock with hard rock, we can definitely see the similarities and influences in Jon Campos and the Incurables’ music. Not to mention that they both share the same stomping grounds in San Diego!

If you’re interested, then check out the band’s new video for their single, Tragic Tales & Lullabies. The song is a great embodiment of these alternative rock influences, so give it a listen on YouTube. If you love what you hear, then pick up their EP on iTunes and CD Baby.

Be sure to keep up with Jon and the band on their Facebookand the band’s official website www.JonCamposAndTheIncurables.com for any updates. You can also find their music on Reverbnation.

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