Single Saturdays: Chris Mann – Keep Them Home

Disclaimer: The political views in this song don't reflect mine. It is just a review of the song: music, voice & lyrics. Photo by August de Richelieu on Pexels.com American singer Chris Mann has released a new single entitled Keep Them Home. It's a parody of Bring Him Home from the musical Les Misérables. The song is a critical commentary on … Continue reading Single Saturdays: Chris Mann – Keep Them Home

Single Saturdays: The Kiffness – Antibodies

South African group The Kiffness has a new single out entitled Antibodies. The song is a parody of the Backstreet Boys - Everybody/ Backstreet Back. It's about having the antibodies to fight COVID-19, as an homage to those fighting the virus. The music is pop. The beat is similar to the original version, with slight differences. It … Continue reading Single Saturdays: The Kiffness – Antibodies

Single Saturdays: Carole Samaha feat DJ Youcef- Bon Voyage

Lebanese singer Carole Samaha with DJ Youcef has a new single entitled Bon Voyage (Have a nice trip). It tells the story of a girl who's ending the relationship because the guy she loved is melodramatic. The music is Arabic Pop, part of the World music category. DJ Youcef and Yann Perrier composed the song, with a … Continue reading Single Saturdays: Carole Samaha feat DJ Youcef- Bon Voyage

Jessie Ware’s Latest Album What’s Your Pleasure?

British singer Jessie Ware has released a new album entitled What's Your Pleasure? The overall themes are love, heartbreak, and empowerment.  The music is primarily Pop/Brit Pop, with some Rock and R&B. There are fantastic parallels to other artists/bands, throughout the album. The first example is the song Ooh La La - it has a composition that is similar … Continue reading Jessie Ware’s Latest Album What’s Your Pleasure?

Queen’s First Public Performance: 50th Anniversary

July 18, 2020, marks the 50th Anniversary of Queen's first proper gig at the Imperial College London in the Union Hall. It was a private showing, according to sources. Queen's guitarist Brian May was a student at Imperial College London, studying Physics. He was part of the entertainment committee. The Union Hall was the turning … Continue reading Queen’s First Public Performance: 50th Anniversary