Gift Guide-Top 10 Music Guide with Tracks from Movie ‘A Star Is Born’ Available on iTunes, Spotify, and Amazon

There’s no better way to gift your family for the holidays than the 2018 Top 10 Holiday Music Guide. Available to Stream on Spotify, Amazon, or iTunes to bring you one last gift before the New Year starts!

Stream on Spotify now on or surprise your loved ones with the gift of the album or single CDs. Ring out 2018 as you listen to this year’s Top 10 Music Guide.

This guide will satisfy any lovers of music with a variety of music from pop, country, jazz, R&B, to contemporary Christian, adult contemporary, alternative, and even movie soundtracks.

For the holiday mood, the guide has holiday hits by Mike Love, Katie Garibaldi, Debbie Williams, Leslie Cours Mather, and Eileen Carey. If you’re just looking for new music to before concluding this crazy 2018 year, the guide also has tracks by Soles of Passion, and a couple of undiscovered indie as well as world-renowned artists.

Whether you’re looking to treat yourself or looking for the a Christmas gift, look no further as the 2018 Top 10 Music Guide is the perfect playlist for you and your loved ones to listen while reliving all the moments and memories from this year. Gift the gift of music with the holiday guide this year to make this Christmas one for the books!

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Rhett May Releases Exceptional Creatures of the Night Rock Music Video

Rhett May has successfully written and released an album that challenges the cookie-cutter landscape of rock music today.  Rhett was originally born in Calcutta before moving to Australia.  He showcases the culture he was born into with his Sitar playing and also leaves no doubt about his love of classic rock.  His melodic lines are engaging and played with impressive mastery while still balancing perfectly with the distorted guitars and vocals.

Mays lyrics are top notch as well.  His observational writing is incredibly successful and, lyrically, his songs are all more than satisfactory.  If you enjoy the cohesive album writing of classic rock, Creatures of the Night should definitely be on your listening list.  Though the songs vary heavily in stylistic intent, orchestration and lyrical content- the album maintains an outstanding flow and will satisfy you from the first note of the first song until the reverb ends on the final track of the work.

To get a taste of what the album has to offer, head to Noisetrade where Rhett is giving away a FREE DOWNLOAD of “Lexxi May”. If you love what you hear, then head to iTunes to get yourself a copy of the album.

Keep up with Rhett check out his Facebook, Twitter  and ReverbNation or discover more through his official website at www.RhettMay.com.

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Spotify Release by Dave Sereny “Jammin” Is Like A Reggae Twist On A Grover Washington Jr Song

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Dave Sereny pays tribute to the true king of smooth jazz Grover Washington Jr, with his new Spotify release of a classic Bob Marley song “Jammin” drawing his influences from Jazz.

 The award-winning, jazz musician, Dave Sereny reworks a classic reggae song into a soulful smooth Jazz influenced song in his latest single, “Jammin”. Sereny puts in his own personal styles of Jazz and Rock into this rendition of the classic 1977 Bob Marley and The Wailers song that will make you fall in love with jazz all over again! The real emphasis of Sereny’s version is in the instrumentals, especially his guitar, which is complemented with no lyrics other than the background layers of a women’s choir. “Jammin” distinctly showcases his ability as talented guitarist and a veteran Jazz musician to make smooth jazz a relevant topic for the popular culture.

 

You can listen to this amazing single on Spotify or Apple Music. This song is also available on his album Talk To Me available on streaming platforms. For updates on Dave Sereny, follow him on Twitter or check out www.DaveSereny.com!

Guitar Music Turns Smooth Jazz with Release of New Spotify Single “Come Here Baby” by Dave Sereny

 

“Talk To Me!” an album by the Toronto-based  guitar music enthusiast, Dave Sereney is making noise on Spotify the release of his new single, “Come Here Baby

The guitar music professional mixes jazz and soul with silky smooth acoustic in his album “Talk To Me!”   Unmatched in the art of guitar music, Sereny’s intent behind this specific track is even more compelling. The Toronto artist collaborates with Uganda-based Neema Children’s Choir. for backup vocals that not only add something beautiful to the track but have the greater purpose of helping fundraise and bring awareness to problems facing Uganda’s youth. Sereny climbs the Spotify charts making his message heard even more.

You can listen to this amazing single on Spotify or Apple Music. This song is also available on his album Talk To Me available on streaming platforms. For updates on Dave Sereny, follow him on Twitter or check out www.DaveSereny.com!

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Reggae Meets George Benson Jazz with Dave Sereny’s Recent Spotify Single “Jammin”

 

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Toronto-based Guitarist, Dave Sereny, pays tribute to Bob Marley with a soulful rendition of the classic reggae “Jammin” drawing influences from musicians like George Benson and other Jazz icons.

The award-winning Jazz artist, Dave Sereny is back with his soulful guitar style in his latest single, “Jammin”. Sereny reworks a soulful and jazzy interpretation of the classic 1977 Bob Marley and The Wailers song that is heavily influenced by music legends such as George Benson and other great Jazz players. The melodic riffs and Sereny’s Jazz and Rock style of music will make you fall in love with this classic reggae all over again! With little to no vocalization other than the background layers of a women’s choir, Dave really emphasizes the instrumental portions, particularly his guitar melodies. This song is a clear showcase displaying what Sereny can do with a guitar even after taking a few years’ break from releasing new music.

You can listen to this amazing single on Spotify or Apple Music. This song is also available on his album Talk To Me available on streaming platforms. For updates on Dave Sereny, follow him on Twitter or check out www.DaveSereny.com!

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Musician Dave Sereny Shreds Like Carlos Santana In His New Toronto Take of Bob Marley’s “Jammin” On Youtube and Streaming Services

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Toronto-based Jazz musician, Dave Sereny, pays tribute to Bob Marley with a soulful rendition of the classic reggae “Jammin” drawing influences from Rock and Jazz musicians like Carlos Santana.

The award-winning Jazz musician, Dave Sereny is back with his soulful guitar licks in his latest single, “Jammin”. A rendition of the classic 1977 Bob Marley and The Wailers song, Dave puts a lively jazz spin on his sounds that are smooth like a young Carlos Santana.  With no lyrics other than the background layers of a women’s choir, Dave really emphasizes the instrumental portions especially his soulful guitar melodies. This song is an evident display of what Sereny can do with a guitar even after taking a few years’ break from releasing new music.

You can listen to this amazing single on Spotify or Apple Music. This song is also available on his album Talk To Me available on streaming platforms. For updates on Dave Sereny, follow him on Twitter or check out www.DaveSereny.com!

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Jazz Musician Dave Sereny emulates Guitarist Paul Simon with Come Here Baby on Spotify Playlist’s

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Jazz musician Dave Sereny emulates Paul Simon with his new single “Come Here Baby” where he reminisces about his past relationships back drop with jazz grooves. The incorporation of different styles of jazz reminds me of Paul Simon style and vocal tone.

This is a beautifully crafted song with heart-felt romantic lyrics that make you want to sing along and hit repeat, repeat, repeat, Think cold day, fireplace going, snuggled in a blanket, reading a good book – that’s “Come Here Baby”!    The relaxing energy that Sereny brings is not only straight forward jazz but it’s been infused with influences from soul and rock.

From signature-like Paul Simon vocals to amazing melodic guitar licks similar to Santana, Sereny really wants us to enjoy his song just as much as he did when he was writing, composing, singing and playing his electric guitar on this track; the same is the case with the whole album, not just this track.

Make sure to check out the full album on Spotify here Be sure to check his website   and Twitter for all your updates and questions.

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Paul Simon Like Musician Dave Sereny roaring Spotify Playlist’s with Come Here Baby

Paul Simon like musician Dave Sereny, a Toronto-based Artist has propelled his newest single “Come Here Baby”  to the number 15 jazz song on Spotify charts.

Dave’s Come Here Baby, is a glistful melodic soul tune with ear-piercing grooves than emulates the great singer Paul Simon.

It isn’t hard to understand why people listen to Dave Sereny’s music. The musical spirit along with Dave’s creative genius leaves listening to his newest album “Talk to Me”; relaxed and blissful as his beautiful guitar rifts play in your ears. However, there is more to the album’s single “Come Here Baby”  than Dave’s creative genius. The background vocals are sung by Ugandan based Nemma Children’s Choir group. Dave chose to collaborate with this group because their goal is to raise awareness of the problems facing Uganda’s youth and to fundraise towards the goals of the Nemma Child Project.

Listen to “Come Here Baby”  or check out the full album on iTunes. Be sure to also check out Dave’s website  and Twitter  for all his updates!

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Smooth Jazz Musician Dave Sereny Releases R&B Fused Single Come Here Baby Streaming On Spotify

Released just this year, in 2019, the Toronto-based guitarist Dave Sereny’s new single “Come Here Baby” has secured its place on numerous R &B infused Jazz playlists on Spotify.

 

Unsurprisingly, “Come Here Baby” has been the talk of the R & B community since its release. It has been covered most recently by 94.7FM The Wave’s Stu Berketo where he analyzes Serenys new album “Talk To Me”. He had the following to say about “Come Here Baby”:

 

“Sereny’s vocals once again take center stage on “Come Here Baby”. Delightfully smooth, sultry and bluesy, the unrequited love pains conversely feel great, and it’s easy to find yourself singing along in unison on the refrain and snapping your fingers in perfect tempo.”

–  Stu Berketo, Wave.fm 94.7/95.9 HD2

 

Stu Berketo couldn’t be more right, the theme of unrequited love pains conversely feel great with the R&B perfect tempo he chose for the song. These elements make “Come here baby” impossible not to snap and sing along to.  Although, some might’ve thought that Dave Sereny was done 11 years ago when he released “Take This Ride”, however, “Come Here Baby” proves Dave Sereny is a multi- genre force who is here to stay.

 

You can listen to this amazing single on Spotify  or Apple Music . This song is also available on his album “Talk To Me” available on streaming platforms. For updates on Dave Sereny, follow him on Twitter or check out www.DaveSereny.com!

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