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Roundup: The Hot Half Dozen for October 19, 2020

Roundup: The Hot Half Dozen for October 19, 2020

From 67 submissions this week,

Will You Still Be Mine, single by the Allman Goldflies Band.  Pure southern rock music written from the prison experience of one of the group’s founders, Gary Allman. An urgent, blues-heavy earworm you need to hear. Available on Apple Music, Spotify, and YouTube.

Ghost, single by Crimson Calamity. Lauren Harding and Mallory Trunnell know how to grab you gently and then completely capture your ears and your heart. Gut wrenching guitar, heartbreaking harmonies.  This women are so, so good! Available this Friday on YouTube, Spotify, other platforms.  While you are there check other their songs “Line Em Up & Shoot Em Down” and “ Fools Gold”.

Worth the Weight single by Maggie Szabo.  For every one of  the 6 years I have known and followed Szabo, she had consistently delivered addictive, intelligent pop and ballads.  Worth the Weight bundles together all that experience and moves her to a new plateau of sophisticated, layered ear-grabbing pop.  Available on Spotify, SoundCloud, iTunes/Apple Music, YouTube, Deezer.

More Than Meets The Eye, single by Bill Abernathy. Wow. Country/Americana singer Abernathy delivers a straightforward, powerful message with the power of native American drum patterns and clear thinking about where our society is going.  His music grabs our muscles, his message is exactly what we need to hear – clear, concise, and more sophisticated than the BS delivered daily by the political and media elites driving our future.

Summer of Love, single and video by  Space Kamp, feat Jessica Lamb. So much fun, this genre-bending ode to the Grateful Dead and the 60” is a hop-hop reggae mashup off new album Electric Lemonade that will keep you smiling and dancing.  Check out the video on YouTube, stream on Soundcloud, Spotify, buy it on iTunes/Apple Music and Google Play.

Care for You, single by The Marias. There is no one like the Marias to take you on a soothing musical journey while they wrap their bilingual musical arms around you and carry you away into pure happiness. Care for You floats you in a tropical rainforest pool with Puerto Rican lead singer María Zardoya’s smokey, velvet smooth voice, hypnotic psychedelic jazz and a sax solo that slips deftly into your ears.  Stream on Spotify. Video at

BONUS. Checkout the Save Our Stages festival videos on the YouTube page of NIVA,  the NIVA National Independent Venue Association. The music is a gamut of today’s best talent, all coming together to raise funds to keep the music venues we love open. Artists include Jason Moraz, Adam Melcher, JP Saxe, Phoebe Bridges, Leon Bridges and many, many more.  And DONATE

Patrick O’Heffernan,  Host, Music Sin Fronteras  radio



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About Patrick O'Heffernan, Music Sin Fronteras (442 Articles)
Patrick O’Heffernan, PhD., is a music journalist based in Mexico, with a global following. He focuses on music in English and Spanish that combines rock and rap, blues and jazz and pop with music from Latin America, especially Mexico like cumbia, banda, son jarocho, and mariachi. He is also edits a local news website and is a subeditor of a local Spanish language newspaper. Check out his weekly column Music Sin Frontera on Sunday nights.

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