We have quite a few releases for Wonderful Wednesday. Check out the new tracks and reviews below!
Ezra Brooks | “Lilacs”
Ezra Brooks just released a new track, “Lilacs.” What a track this is. The instrumentals are really well done and compliment his voice perfectly. His voice resembles Zayn, and if possible, even more powerful. He does a great job at showing off his versatility throughout the song. His head voice is absolutely beautiful. All in all, an incredible song that deserves all of your plays.
Tash Sultana | “Crop Circles” – MTV Unplugged
Superstar artist, Tash Sultana, released her MTV Unplugged performance of, “Crop Circles.” This is an absolutely beautiful performance. With unplugged performances, it is really cool to hear the vocals front and center. These vocals are powerful. She is such a versatile artist and it is great to hear her in this element. Such a breathtaking performance. Make sure you stream this one and add it to your playlists.
MisterWives | “Where Do We Go From Here”
I have been a MisterWives fan for a while now, so I was ecstatic that I got a chance to review one of their tracks. They just releases, “Where Do We Go From Here.” This is such an energetic song. The instrumentals are put together very well and give the vocals a chance to shine. Vocally, they are stunning. Not only do they get a chance to show off their versatility, but even get to experiment with different effects. Such a great song by one of my favorite groups of all time. Make sure you check this one out and add it to your playlists.
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Jerrett Franklin grew up in a small town. He moved to Nashville to pursue a music career. After writing for a few different artists in the area, he decided to branch out and give local music the spotlight. That is where the idea for Music On The Rox originated from. We are dedicated to shining a light on local music and giving a voice to those who aren’t being heard.