Pop Music News Vita Chambers

HOW IT ALL BEGAN Vita was born in Vancouver, B.C and was raised in Barbados. She began her career at age 16 when she was signed by Universal Motown after posting her own songs on Myspace. Vita’s first major performance was with the opening act at the 2009 Thanksgiving Day NFL half-time show featuring a Motown review, where she was singing “Heat Wave.” Vita is currently writing and co-producing her first full-length album. She released the album”s first single, “Fix You”, on December 18, 2012, in Canada. “Fix You” was nominated for the Best Dance Record for the 2013 Juno Awards, and within one month entered the Top 40 Pop Chart in Canada. The single went gold in Canada within 3 months. Vita was named “Artist of the Month” by Virgin and Bell Media for May 2013, and was listed as the #4 Emerging Artist on Canadian Billboard. In September of 2013, Vita was voted TeenFav’s Pop Artist of the Year. Vita started off 2014 by heading to Japan and Thai Land headlining her first international tour. Her last single “What If” was chosen as the theme song for Hamilton Pride and she graced the stage of World Pride in Toronto, singing this song sharing a powerful message about falling in love and promoting equality for all people. By June she released her song “El Camino” to rev-up Canada for World Cup. She sings “El Camino” not only in English, but in Spanish and Portages. On July 1st she released two versions of her new single “A+D”, revealing a more artistic yet dark side of herself. Vita’s newest single called “A+D” is out now. “A+D” shares a powerful message about seeing the beauty and both good and bad within yourself. HIS LOVE - VITA CHAMBERS - OFFICIAL

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Pop Music News Carolina Hoyos

 

Actress | Singer-Songwriter | Multi-Instrumentalist

Stage and film actress and director Carolina Hoyos was born in Washington, DC. and raised in nearby Fairfax, Virginia. Her childhood as a competitive classical concert pianist and elementary school chorus accompanist was enriched with acting and directing after she played a ship captain in her 1st grade play. Her days quickly filled up with local commercials and theater as well as hosting and performing on DC/MD/VA cable access show "U.S. Kids”. While in her 1st year studying theater at Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in NYC, she launched her TV career on “MTV Hits”, appearing on the pop culture talk show for 3 seasons.

Carolina’s latest screen work includes starring roles in the Jason Brown Lewis sitcom pilot "The Gym" alongside Quinton Aaron of "The Blind Side" and Native American LGBT family drama "Polar Sun" by Katie Doane Avery. She also appears in the films "Foreign Land"and "Bruising For Besos".

Recent stage appearances include lead roles in the premiere of award winning play “Reeling” by Frank Henry Kaash Katasse and Pulitzer Prize winner Nilo Cruz play “Hortensia & the Museum of Dreams”. Carolina also made cameos on the reality series “Gene Simmons: Family Jewels” and Pharrell Williams’s music video for Oscar-Nominated song “Happy” from “Despicable Me 2”. She is a current member of Artist Ensemble Native Voices and sketch troupes The Mayflower Welcoming Committee and Nightpantz.

Carolina is also a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. As an actor, Carolina is often typecast as the musician and/or homeless streetwise girl, often featuring her own music and weathered clothing from her life on the road. Carolina’s former band, Morgan Ave, appeared in the films “13 Going on 30" with Jennifer Garner and "Shooting Livien" with Dominic Monaghan. Another former band, Two Birds, was scouted at their 1st show to appear in a Motorola Rokr ad campaign.

Carolina has shared the stage with Eddie Van Halen, Ryan Adams, and members of Guns N’ Roses. “I’ll Find the Time”, a song from her current project, A Girl I Know, is featured in the film "Bruising For Besos" and hip-hop collaboration “The Difference” with Mr Ra and DJ Caspr is featured alongside Justin Timberlake and 50 Cent on the Zoo York E.S.T. 4.0 skate video soundtrack. Another single, “Bang Bang Bang”, features Jeremiah Bitsui who played Victor in the groundbreaking series “Breaking Bad”. Carolina directed the video for “Bang Bang Bang” and a remix of the song has spawned 50 fan video game edits on YouTube totaling 400K+ views.

Carolina often makes time for her favorite charities. She regularly performs for homeless veterans at PATH and hospital patients through LIFEbeat’s Hearts & Voices Program (Music Industry fights AIDS). She played football in the inaugural Alzheimer’s Association's Blondes vs Brunettes game and performed at fund raisers for The Autism Society, UCLA American Indian Alumnae Scholarship fund, a Women’s Rights concert to benefit Multiple Sclerosis, A Very Jaggered XMAS to benefit the Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Celebrate Life for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and at the Breast Cancer Race for the Cure. As a teenager, along with her now deceased Mother, she hosted and performed at fund raisers for the Beatriz Mujica Scholarship Fund, named after her late Grandmother, who worked tirelessly with inner-city youth at the Latin American Youth Center in Washington, DC.

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Music News-singing star Bobby McIntyre

Music News-from pop star Bobby McIntyre

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You can hear some of my tunes on Reverbnation and soundcloud if you want to hear my voice and songs and see what im all about.

Feel free to follow me on my many socialmedia sites as well, however the best place to get a response from me is on my facebook fanpage, by leaving a comment on one of my current posts:)

Looking forward to hearing from you all and can not wait to meet you.

 

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Leave it to a singer from Canada to best sum up America’s car culture. In his high-octane new single “Kids With Cars,” arena-voiced country artist Dallas Smith takes a nostalgic spin through the days when having four wheels was all that mattered.

“It takes you back to the first car you ever owned in high school, to when you hung out in the parking lot,” Dallas says. “You had your little group of Civics and imports over here, and you had the guys with the classic cars over there. And then there were the girls with the brand-new Mustangs. All of the different social groups were based upon what you drove.”

For Dallas, he experienced those car cliques growing up in Vancouver, British Columbia, where he eventually turned the key on what would become a hugely successful recording and touring career. As the lead singer of the multi-platinum rock group Default, he entertained hundreds of thousands of fans around the world, leading epic sing-alongs of the band’s monster hit “Wasting My Time.” Eventually setting out on his own as a solo artist, Dallas dominated the Canadian country charts with songs like “Lifted,” “Tippin’ Point” and the multi-week #1 hit “Wastin’ Gas.”

Raised on the music of such country megastars as Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, Brooks & Dunn and Reba McEntire, Dallas knew his path would ultimately lead him to Nashville. Especially when he discovered later, through Keith Urban and Rascal Flatts, that he could fuse his affection for guitar-driven rock with country storytelling.

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