Auf seiner neuen CD *Andreas Scholl Goes Pop* präsentiert der bekannte deutsche Countertenor Andreas Scholl zusammen mit seinem Fachkollegen, dem Counter ORLANDO alias Roland Kunz und dessen Pop-Band "Orlando und die Unerlösten" sowie den Nürnberger Symphonikern unter der Leitung von Rick Stengards eine fantasievolle Mischung aus Klassik und Pop, Barock und Folk, Mystik und Sinfonik. Die CD enthält Songs und Duette aus der Feder der beiden Countertenöre, Balladen in Arrangements von Craig Leon, Frank Zabel, Dieter Reith und Chris Walden - ein spannendes Klassik-Pop Crossoverprojekt, in dem Vergangenheit und Gegenwart engste Kontakte knüpfen.
Ah, the venerable tradition of pop-punk bands putting their energetic, snot-nosed stamp on songs from different genres.
Punk Goes Pop is a compilation that goes under the premise of punk-pop bands covering huge pop stars.
Fearless is celebrating 10 years of the "Punk Goes" themed compilation series and releasing the 10th volume Punk Goes Pop Volume Three.
"With the title track, Ben Sidran delivers one of the most insightful songs in a career full of them; in it, he rearranges the paradigm to suggest how we might buck up against situations that seem hopeless. His timing couldn't be better. His stylistic mentor, the late Mose Allison, would be proud." - Neil Tesser, Grammy winning author and Host of the syndicated program 'Jazz With Neil Tesser'. PICTURE HIM HAPPY is a response to the saying that our music is made by and for people who have chosen to feel good in spite of conditions: you often can’t affect what happens but you can determine how you respond to it. It’s a record that’s right on time.
You’d be forgiven if you thought Selena Gomez & the Scene’s third album in three years, 2011's When the Sun Goes Down, might show signs of a dip in quality control due to cranking out albums so quickly. You’d be wrong, though, because When the Sun Goes Down is actually an improvement over 2010's Year Without Rain. Where that record tried to position Gomez as a more serious and adult artist with varying levels of success, here she’s back to mostly being a young and breezy, happy-go-lucky pop singer…