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Showing posts from November, 2022

"Run This World" by Sanduru: A New Music Track to Get You Moving

  Photo by real_ jansen on Unsplash Get Lost in the Sounds of this Self-Made Indie Hip Hop Artist and Composer's Latest Single Published by Marcus "DJ Potential" Hart Introducing the brand new single "Run This World" from Sanduru. Sanduru is a 35 year old, self made Indie Artist/Composer & Producer. Born in Sri Lanka, and came to Norway at the age of 4 and lived there since. His interest in music production came from his little brother back in 2017, who is more of a hip hop/rap style indie artist. This track is a mix of Sanduru's Sri Lankan roots with his Norwegian upbringing, and is sure to get your feet moving. So click on the link below and check out the new single from Sanduru today. Artist: Sanduru Sachithanandam Song: Run This World Available on all streaming service: Spotify, Tidal, Apple Music, Amazon Music, YouTube Music and more... Direct Spotify Link Instagram: Sanduru86 Facebook: Sanduru Sachithanandam Twitter:

New Music by Marine Veteran Turned Pianist and Guitarist

  Photo by Joey Nicotra on Unsplash An Artist to keep an eye on: Brett Wayne Lee Written and Published by Marcus "DJ Potential" Hart There's something special about a live performance. The energy, the connection between artist and audience. It's an experience that can't be replicated. And that's why we're so excited to introduce you to Brett Wayne Lee. Brett Wayne Lee is a phenomenal pianist and guitarist who left the Marines in 2008. He toured local pubs and clubs with a few Rock N Roll bands before going solo in 2020. He has played in front of raving crowds in the United Kingdom and Dubai, including becoming a weekly regular inside of the Brit Pubs. He has been an avid advocate of PTSD and performed in front of 6,000 troops at a base in Ireland in support of  Bjorn Again. Brett Wayne Lee was the lead singer of most the bands he toured locally with. The groups gained some success, but after a while, Brett started to feel like he was ready to strike out o