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The Billboard chart topping band, Roots of Creations have created their second and most exciting collaboration yet with Jamaican reggae sensation Mighty Mystic on the new single “Light It Up.”

Southampton based Americana/folk singer songwriter, Jack Francis, is an old soul. A performer who commands the respect of all who see him play, with his gorgeous tones and velvety voice that one cannot help but sink into. This latest single shows what a truly great craftsman of song and voice he is.  He released his new single ‘A Little Love’ October 30th after it premiered on BBC Introducing.

In June 2020, Connecticut indie-groove quintet Goose consolidated their signature live experience into a virtual summer event called “Bingo Tour.” The ten-day tour featured four “Bingo Nights” of live music, and six additional days of community events, all live-streamed. Premiering on Vimeo on Wednesday, November 25th at 12 AM ET, Bingo Tour is a curated compilation of live performances from the four live Bingo Nights into one show experience.

“I always wanted to make a record that would live in somebody else’s world the way a Joni Mitchell record does in mine,” says Sarah Buxton about her new EP, Signs Of Life.

Singer/songwriter Will Dailey will take center stage at the Wang Theatre for a performance on the Boch Center’s music television series The Ghost Light Series. Dailey will show off his unique style and creativity as he plays some of his favorite songs to an empty theatre. The episode airs this Friday, November 20 at 7:30 PM on NECN.

A poignant masterpiece for the revolutionary soundtrack of 2020, "Say Their Names" (Release Date: December 11, 2020) brings together an acclaimed roster of roots creators and contemporary jazz artists for an idiosyncratic four-movement composition urgently calling for social justice. "Say Their Names" features Rastafarian vocalist Cedric Myton (singer of Jamaica's legendary roots reggae band The Congos), jazz scat vocal improvisations from Maiya Sykes (Macy Gray, Michael Bublé), pianist Ruslan Sirota (Stanley Clarke Band), saxophonist Katisse Buckingham (Dr.

Lacy J. Dalton is remembered for hits in the 80’s and 90’s including “Crazy Blue Eyes,” “16th Avenue” and “Black Coffee.”  She is a 6-time recipient of BMI Million Airplay awards for her songwriting, and is a multi-Grammy nominee.

GRAMMY® Award-winning Doug Beavers is of the stature of NYC's top jazz aficionados who fearlessly push the boundaries of the genre itself while honoring the legends that have paved the way. An ace trombonist for Eddie Palmieri's legendary "La Perfecta" band and the current lead trombonist for the awe-inspiring Spanish Harlem Orchestra, Beavers has humbly commemorated on his solo recordings the foremost Latin jazz arrangers (Art of the Arrangement, 2017) as well as the unsung heroes of trombone on Titanes del Trombón (2015).

Orava - the French-born, London-based multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter and producer – has just released a stunning debut album, ‘Behind The Wave.’ A graduate of the Musician Institute of London, Orava draws inspiration from French touch, classic electronic, DnB, and traditional rock, blending analog with digital, homemade recordings with elaborate production, and vintage instruments with synthetic textures.

In tarot culture, the number three is often referred to as the “trinity of creation,” which is seen as an expression of the creative power of life itself, tapping into all the resources that manifest through creative actions and processes. It also stands for the duality of the power of two to create a whole — often represented by a triangle — which is one of the strongest structures available.

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