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September 10, 2017

PledgeMusic News Cindy Wilson Premieres New Song from Upcoming ‘Change’ LP


Cindy Wilson has been making music for decades as a member of The B-52’s. Now, she’s finally setting out on her own, getting set to release her first-ever solo album, Change. She recently gave fans a taste of the release with the lead single, “Mystic.” As we continue to await the full release, we’ve been presented with another sampling of the album — the 70’s inspired track, “No One Can Tell You,” which has premiered exclusively on Billboard.

Along with the premiere, she also took some time to discuss the much-anticipated album. She even answered why she chose PledgeMusic as the platform to release her first solo record, stating, “That’s the modern thing to do! I’m learning a lot from younger musicians. This is what you do these days, and it helps with promotion and gets the audience involved. It’s a lot of fun, too. It’s totally different than the world of the B-52s. I get to start over again and do it the way everyone else is doing it these days. We’ve gotten offers to cook people’s dinners. It helps with paying for the project and paying people’s salaries. It’s been a really fantastic time learning so much.”

Pre-order Cindy Wilson’s Change now, and get your hands on signed copies (including colored vinyl), set lists, drum heads, in-person experiences with Cindy and much more. Check out all of the offerings on her PledgeMusic store inside.


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Goldmine Magazine Roger Waters provides an audio-visual spectacle in Newark

Pink Floyd’s greatest hits are the centerpiece in one of the must-see tours of the year.

The post Roger Waters provides an audio-visual spectacle in Newark appeared first on Goldmine Magazine.

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This day in music On this Day September 10, 2005

The 1967
Beatles track ‘A Day In The Life’ from
Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band was voted the best British song of all time by music experts. The survey by Q magazine called the track “the ultimate sonic rendition of what it means to be British”. The Kinks’ song
‘Waterloo Sunset’ came second in the poll and ‘Wonderwall’ by
Oasis was voted in third place.

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Geoffrey Smith’s Jazz Geoffrey Smith’s Jazz:Classical Jazz

Geoffrey Smith considers the influence of Classical music on jazz.

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