Quinn Mills and The Common Era slated to drop new single "Another Minute" on 3/15/19.
As the summer draws to a close, and our thoughts turn from sun tan lotion and beach chairs to pumpkins, spiced lattes and the spectacular colors courtesy of the fall foliage, the time has come to embrace the artistic stylings of the group Tiberius and their new single “Cascading Colors.”
Quinn Mills & The Common Era’s newest song “Put Your Lead Foot Down (and drive through the dead end) is being released July 19, 2019 and is already getting rave reviews at shows.
How many times have we heard life being compared to a road, one possessing dangerous curves, potholes and unforeseen obstacles? The metaphor is apropos on many levels, since all of us at one point or another find ourselves traveling on paths that seem destined for disaster.
Tom Petrone and Nick Abbey of the band The Trees offer a delightful, entertaining, musically catchy video that is both educational and smile producing. “Fun in the Sun,” which is being praised by parents and young children alike, is part of the Best Friends series which is already garnering rave reviews.
From the very beginning, our lives are measured by a series of milestones, each marking in celebratory fashion some transition from one phase into the next. First smile. First word. First steps.
With his upcoming single “Lady Killer/Deadman” Quinn Mills and The Common Era give you a look into how the song was made and it’s inspiration behind it.
Mention the name Quinn Mills in many music circles and you’ll hear all sorts of laudatory commentary. Dubbed as “the real deal” and a “voice and style to be reckoned with,” Mills is making everyone take notice. The effusive praise is no surprise given the young man’s natural gifts.
If anyone had forgotten about the powerful effect a beautifully written duet can have on an audience, we were all reminded on February 24, 2019 during the Oscars when Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga wowed viewers with their intimate, emotionally stirring rendition of “Shallow,” from their film “A Star is Born.”
“I spend a lot of my time thinking,” Atticus said. “You know, about all sorts of things. Some are simple observations that make me laugh, or scratch my head. Others, well, those are the ones that often stop me in my tracks. Force me to stop and catch my breath. I know I am not alone in feeling this way. The song captures this part of the human experience.”
“Take a Stand,” the latest song by Artist Atticus Jones, celebrates this resiliency of the human spirit in a way that can buoy even the most despondent sufferers. And there’s nobody better to tell this inspirational tale of woe than Atticus himself.