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Nathan Pacheco Goes to New Heights For “Bring Him Home” (Les Misérables) Music Video

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Watch classical/crossover artist Nathan Pacheco and musicians

(Chad Truman on the piano, Riley Bria on the guitar and Chelsea McGough on the cello)

perform on a sky-high bridge in beautiful Tennessee for the epic “Bring Him Home” music video.

I spoke with Nathan about the lengths he went to while filming his latest music video that was filmed while the road was still open to incoming traffic!

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Music: The Struts Are Strutting Their Stuff

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Everybody Wants….The Struts. Their debut album, Everybody Wants by the

British indie-rock band who are described as “Quintessentially English” (sounds like my cupe of tea) and who use a traditional British rock sound with a use of flamboyancy, heavy hooks and channel the raw energy from their live shows. Lead vocalist Luke sounds hauntingly like Freddie Mercury, with the band sounds also being reminiscent of Queen.

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Tokio Hotel release music video for “Feel It All” as homage to films The Basket Diaries, Christiane F, and Kids

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My favorite German rock band Tokio Hotel have released their cinematic and utterly heart wrenching new music video for “Feel It All.” The Mattias Erik Johansson directed clip is a series of dreary yet vibrant visuals for the song written by the Kaulitz twins off 2014’s “Kings Of Suburbia.” Although the song is titled Feel It All, Bill Kaulitz stars in the video and does anything but that.

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Rainchild Releases First Single and Music Video “Watershed”

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Rainchild hails from Houston TX, consisting of four members with the raw and uncompromising drive to create music from the underbelly of ill emotions, vises, and hurt. Rainchild has shared the stage with numerous National acts: Hinder, Filter, Drowning Pool, David Allen Coe, Tantric, and many others. Rainchild proudly supports: Homes for our Troops, Cherish our Children International, Rock for Warriors and the Houston Food Bank.

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