Sunday, June 24, 2018

Cleanin’ Out My Closet (of Deserving Songs) - June Version

     We periodically look at the songs that have been listed for mention, but have undeservedly remained on the list for too long. Assuming we still find the songs blogworthy, we dedicate a post to them, although they may be in very different genres. Today, it’s time to clean out the closet.
     In this post, the songs were all discovered via the SubmitHub site.
     WYO is from Wyoming. But the band is now operating out of Los Angeles. WYO is a rock band that originated in Jackson Hole, Wyoming with lead vocalist and keyboardist Andy Sorge, and multi-instrumentalist Scott McKay Gibson.
     “You and Me”

     “On My Own” is the debut single from Jeffrey Piton, a singer and writer in Montreal, Canada.

     Leeroy Stagger was born in Victoria, British Columbia and raised on a little island on the very west coast of Canada. He is currently based in Lethbridge Alberta.
     “Love Versus”

     Swan Levitt is from the Isle of Wight, UK. Speaking about his song “Alive,” Swan said, “Alive is a song about loss. It's primarily about a close friend who battled with cystic fibrosis. However, it has wider meaning. Family, friends, memories (good and bad). I think most people can relate to some kind of trauma, so “Alive” should resonate with them.”

     Ed Vallance is a London-born musician and travel journalist (New York Times; Los Angeles Times; London Evening Standard) based in Los Angeles.
     “Poison Apple”

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