Today's Video Share Sign of the Times (Harry Styles) Cover by Rachel Layne

The first time I heard Sign of the Times by Harry Styles I knew right away that I wanted to cover it. There was something about this song that struck me as timeless, unique, captivating and powerful. The apocalyptic theme of the lyrics is almost soothing as the beauty of the melody is reminiscent of a lover’s consolation. I right away thought of David Bowie at the line: “breaking through the atmosphere”. It’s really an amazing piece.

Rachel Layne is a young singer with a powerful voice who regularly performs at festivals and events, including showcases during Canadian Country Music Awards Week for the past five years. Her “songwriting style has such a beautiful vibe, very raw and honest”. – Diva Shane, Music Bank Music Reviews She has been a semi-finalist in the Unsigned Only Music Competition as well as a finalist in Music Publisher Ole’s inaugural “on the spot” contest. As an avid supporter for environmental sustainability and a youth ambassador for the Get to Know Organization, Rachel often writes about the beauty of nature.

Twitter Handle: RachelLayne_17

Today's Video Share: I Have My Own Life by Breeze Millard

BREEZE Millard's debut Single "I HAVE MY OWN LIFE" .....showcases an amazing young music talent from Outback South Australia.

BREEZE is the 2017 WINNER of the Whyalla Recording Scholarship.....

Purchase your copy of "I HAVE MY OWN LIFE" now at.....

Twitter Handle: StormfrontProd

Today's Video Share: Last Goodbye by Exit22Music

Exit 22 comes at you with an angst-filled pop/rock production of their latest single, "Last Goodbye". Fans of Avril Lavigne, Kelly Clarkson and P!nk will enjoy the latest sounds of Exit 22.

Exit 22 Music is a dynamic and charismatic music production company from NYC with a vastly eclectic background. Founder and main composer Chris Calamera set out to mix intuitive instrumentation with world-class production value and widely appealing lyrics in order to craft a blend of sound that transcend barriers and genre definition.
With over 20 years of diverse musical experience, Exit 22 Music aims to empower, educate and inspire the audience with creativity, passion, and soul.

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Twitter Handle: Exit22Music

Today's Video Share: Forget by Sherry Lynn Lee

The video for "Forget" is a nod to Toronto, the city which had inspired Sherry-Lynn for 6 years. A vibrant cultural hub and an inclusive community at heart, Toronto was the first place where she felt she could be celebrated for being herself. She has since moved to California, where she met her duet partner George Paolini. Together, they fused their disparate influences to create their unique blend of jazz, folk, rock, classical and singer-songwriter. The song "Forget" is featured on 23rd Hour's album "Perfect Strangers", which peaked at #10 on the iTunes new jazz best-sellers list a few days after its release. The duo has since been featured on FEMusician, Hypebot, CDBaby's DIY blog, Break The Business and several others, sharing their tips with other indie artists. For more information about Sherry-Lynn Lee & 23rd Hour, go to

Twitter Handle: twentythirdhour

Today's Video Share: I'm Still Here by Corry Bell

In 2005, my 20 year old son, Beau, was diagnosed with schizophrenia, leaving him feeling lonely, depressed, invisible and misunderstood. This song, I'm Still Here, was written about his journey and the victory he felt through faith. It is my hope that it will touch the lives of people who struggle with mental and emotional disorders and the people who support and care for them.

Twitter Handle: CorryBell

Today's Video Share: Broken by Kathleen Healy

Kathleen Healy is a hard-working musician & songwriter living on Cape Cod. She draws from her experience of living and raising a family near the beach for many of her songs. Some say saltwater runs through her veins. Kathleen writes from the heart and her honest lyrics and often poignant subject matter lend themselves to the unique quality of her voice. She admits to being a live music junkie but is currently not seeking treatment for her addiction. #saltwatersongwriter

Twitter Handle: khealymusic

Today's Video Share: Heal My Broken Heart by Patty Felker

This moving expression of grief toward God is astoundingly honest, a faithful outpouring of emotion with an underpinning of Biblical strength in relying on God even through the seriously tough times. Remember that God hears your cries, understands your pain, and is there to comfort and console you. May this song give you a way to help voice the deepest hurts to our heavenly Father. Know that God is there for you, and even named His Holy Spirit the 'Comforter' so you could always go to Him as a child goes to their Daddy when they are hurt. He is always available to comfort the cries of His children. Written by Patty Felker shortly after the 911 attacks, and a personal attack on a family member which brought up past hurts, this song has become her most popular song on YouTube. It just goes to show that the world is full of many broken people who need encouragement. Patty is the owner of Noteworthy Christian Music, a small publishing company in Durham, NC, which publishes and promotes her music.

Twitter Handle: noteworthytunes

Today's Video Share: I can't Make You Love Me by Sha'la Hunsaker

Sha'la is a singer-songwriter from Ferron, Utah, who has recorded in Nashville, Tennessee. From the age of 3, Sha'la has performed throughout Utah and the western United States. She was the featured artist at the renowned Helper Arts Festival, has been the local, regional, and state finalist for the Colgate Country Showdown. Her voice is strong and soulful with a three and a half octave range. Sha’la recently released her first album which can be viewed on itunes, youtube and amazon.

Twitter Handle: the_real_Shala

Today's Video Share: Chasing Cars by Xenie Horne

Xenia Horne recorded this arrangement of Snow Patrol Chasing Cars for a client event early 2016, working with Ivan McCready on cello and Jim O'Toole on violin. Xenia is also one of the StringFillies Trio and is looking forward to performing at Folk East 2017 where she is curating the Sanctuary Stage at the Minster.
She trained as a classical harpist before exploring the wonderful world of alternative, Indie and Folk music.

Twitter Handle: ukharpists

Today's Video Share: Madonna of Tears by Radio Stranger

Co-writer and vocalist Kelly Brightwell commented, "Radio Stranger's "Madonna of Tears" has struck a chord with many people and celebrates the power and resilience of women, in the archetype of the Sacred Feminine. The seed of the song came in the very first line: "I come from a long line of women who cry..." I thought about different women I knew and their inspiring (and sometimes heartbreaking) stories of strength and perseverance. The idea expanded to not just women in my family and community, but also to mythical realms such as the tale of the Virgin Mary (in her manifestation as the Madonna Delores) and even the concept of the Earth Mother. Seen through this lens, our struggles are sacred, our tears are transformational, and our open hearts can heal the world."

Today's Video Share: I'll Follow Jesus by Glenda Jackson

One night I lying in bed reflecting on my Christian walk and began to question if I really understood what that entails. In the wee hours of the morning I awoke with this song stirring in my spirit so I did as I usually do when the Lord gives me a song....I got up and wrote it out.
I am a mother of two, grandmother of 4, Licensed Minister and singer/songwriter. I love writing songs that glorify God!

Twitter Handle: SisterGlenda

Today's Video Share The Road to Damascus by Anne-Marie Lax

Anne-Marie Lax is a singer/songwriter from New Mexico blending folk, rock and blues style with positive, inspirational and encouraging themes.

This song "Road to Damascus" asks the question-"What will we choose to do when enlightenment comes?" Will we use to heal? To Love? These are the questions we must answer for ourselves.

Twitter Handle: Spiritdncrmusic

Today's Video Share A Different Kind of Life by Marie Chabot

My name is Marie Chabot, and I am from Massachusetts. I have been singing and writing songs most of my life. Last February I attended a songwriter workshop in Nashville, TN, and at the time there was a lot of talk about immigration laws, and the Trump's ban. Our teacher, Mary Gauthier, gave us a picture and a poem of the statue of liberty, to see if we might be inspired to write. I found an old room with an upright piano, started thinking about my grandfather, who came to the US as a child from Italy. The words and melody started to flow, and this song, "A Different Kind of Life" is the result.

Twitter Handle: mechabot

Today's Video Share: Cruel Expectations by Ali Sperry

I wrote this song with my friend Lauren Shera, inspired by our experiences as women in the music business. It's a song about holding your own, being selective about who you let in your inner circle, and self-acceptance. Both Lauren and I are heavily folk influenced writers, so it was fun and refreshing to create a piece of music that evolved into a dance-worthy pop song.

Twitter Handle: Aligreeno