Today's Video Share: Mother of Dragons by Julia Crystal

Music & Lyrics: Alex Voorhees
Recording: Julia Crystal 
Musical arrangements & production: Alex Voorhees
Julia Crystal's Videography: Barbara Angel & Julia Crystal
Video Edit: Alex Voorhees & Julia Crystal

This original song is a fan-made tribute to Daenerys Targaryen, from Game of Thrones.

Mother of Dragons is a tribute to the strength of the female personality, inspired by the character "Daenerys Targaryen" from the TV show "Game of Thrones".
Despite the ending chosen by the showrunners, we have decided to focus on the resilience of the character in achieving her goals, always considering a greater good to be achieved. A human soul, a strong, powerful woman who, surely, leave us a huge legacy!
Daenerys, Emilia, warrior women, this song is for you!

Thank you very much for the support!
Julia Crystal 
Twitter Handle: juliacrystal_

Today's Video Feature: Roll This Way by Ali McManus

In a wheelchair since the age of 7, Ali can’t “Walk This Way,” but she can “Roll This Way!” In her exuberant music video, “Roll This Way,” Ali enjoins special guest Steven Tyler (Aerosmith) along with skaters, dancers & friends to “roll your own way.” Ali is rollin’ & rockin’ – upside down and backwards too… and she does it all in her chair. Ali inspires us to live life without limits. Thank you to legendary producer, Jack Douglas (Aerosmith, John Lennon), for producing this hot track.

Thank you to Steven Tyler and our amazing cast & crew for your relentless energy and love. We’re honored to donate all proceeds from this video to Shriners Hospital for Children and Janie's Fund, Steven Tyler's charity to help vulnerable girls who have suffered abuse or neglect.  

Today's Video Share: Questions by Xs and Arrows feat. Courtney Lavender and Glen Hansard

Xs & ARROWs is a trio of native Los Angelenos bound by teenage friendship, a love of Irish rock, and commitment to artistic creation.

The group began as rock n' roll quartet EXIT, playing high-profile clubs such as The Whisky and The Viper Room. In their incarnations with various singers, they have had some truly noteworthy experiences: playing the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, touring the Balkans, even joining U2 on stage at the Staples Center in Los Angeles for a performance of the legendary band's "Out of Control."

Today Xs & ARROWs have found their identity fronted by guitarist Courtney Lavender, favouring an acoustic vibe with warm, vulnerable vocals. The single from their debut EP (From Here), "Questions," was first performed at a dinner party in Ireland when Courtney was finding her voice. Glen Hansard was in attendance, and his encouragement made a profound impact. When it came time to record the song, Glen generously contributed harmonies, resulting in not only a gorgeous recording, but a true full-circle moment.

Twitter Handle: xsandarrows

Today's Video Share: How Bout No by Amy Elise Dignan

Amy Elise is a 14 year old singer/songwriter from the Gold Coast, Australia. Amy has developed vocal, musician and songwriting talent at a young age, and has recorded several songs in Nashville. Her sound is a unique mix of alt/pop/rock/country/grunge with an acoustic vibe, and she writes of lived experiences of teenage angst. Her debut release How Bout No is a lived story of learning how to say no. The official music video for the release was produced by Victor Montagner.

Today's Video Share: Make Me A Butterfly by Amy Barbera

Artist Name: Amy Barbera

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Amy Barbera- "Make Me A Butterfly" Music Video & Original Song 

Inspirational singer-songwriter Amy Barbera is so excited to share her heavenly, fantastical & magical "Make Me A Butterfly" music video & original song with all of you! Get ready to go on a magical journey with Amy...where dreams take you to heavenly places filled with God's hope, love & butterflies! Amy wrote her special song "Make Me A Butterfly" to bring hope and encouragement to those who are hurting or for those who just need some daily inspiration! 

*** Amy's "Make Me A Butterfly" Music Video Awards Are As Follows.....
Global Music Awards- 2019 BRONZE MEDAL WINNER
French Riviera Film Festival- Cannes, France- 2019 Semi Finalist
Christian International Film & Music Festival- 2019 Official Selection

Twitter Handle: AmyBarbera

Today's Video Share: Hourglass by Gayle Skidmore

"Hourlgass" is a song I composed about the time that I spent in Puget Sound with my grandparents as a child, and about longing for a time that has past and will never return. Reflecting on my grandparents 70 year marriage, I decided that I would really love to create a video that would pay tribute to this special, life-long love. For this crowd-funded project, choreographer Kevin Jenkins put together a beautiful story for this piece that reflects the fragility of life.

Twitter Handle: GayleSkidmore

Today's Video Share: Close to Home by writer Bryan Motley, featuring Ashley Casey and Catherine Boyd

The first single "Close to Home" from my new album “Second Chances” is about the importance of friends and family as we grind through life. Featuring the amazing vocals of singer Ashley Casey and the sweet violin of Catherine Boyd, this song is a beautiful and relaxing tune with a down home feel. Just listen to what the fans are saying:

Fan Quote #1 – “This song gave me literal chills. Her voice is so soothing yet so strong…”

Fan Quote #2 – “This song is moving and relaxing all at the same time, the vocals are awesome, lyrics are great, and instrumental is top notch! Beautifully produced!”

Fan Quote #3 – “Great track, really original, love the music and the lyrics. The song tells a story and the music is composed perfectly for that story.”

Today's Video Share: Sekhmet by Hathor's Fire

We are Hathor's Fire, two women who play percussive guitar and loud, with vocal accompaniment. A combination of a love of funk, rock, flamenco, and middle eastern music gave rise to the sound that is passionate, unique, and intense. This video is from our first single “Sekhmet”.

Today's Video Share: Noah by Hailey Loren

This song, for me, has a complex story, but one of its primary subtexts is about the fragility of life -- about how even the things we expect to be around forever can crumble in an instant (there's certainly a LOT of that going around these days... the context for this song's message seems to get more and more applicable with each passing day, even), and about having to to let go of what is lost, allowing ourselves the space to grieve AND to move forward in order to survive it, which are seemingly impossible things to do simultaneously. 

This video came about thanks to the tireless efforts of director Thang Ho, dancer Kaylee "Impavido" Millis, and a huge crew of amazing people from SCAD College of Engineering and Technology and the greater Atlanta film community. Working together on that chilly and rainy autumn day in Atlanta was an immersive, challenging, and altogether incredibly inspiring experience.... and a whole lot of people are to thank for making it that way. 

There's a lot more about what this song means to me quoted on the premiere page. (

Twitter Handle: halieloren

Today's Video Share: Neon Line by Lindsay Everly

Based in San Francisco, Lindsay Everly's fresh, alt pop sound is gonna make you do a double take. Indie rock, Afro-pop, neo soul and today's American pop music - it's a cocktail blend you've not tasted yet. It'll move your body - speak to you in a new energy.

A rebel by nature. A follower of instincts. Taking a look back, Lindsay Everly was born and raised in the countryside of Wisconsin on a steady diet of rock, classical music and pop. Also included in that were 4-H meetings, church gatherings and the like. Desiring to live a less predictable life, she studied music composition, ethnomusicology, lived in Ghana and London, has played in Afro-pop bands, Native Americana bands and regularly performs for corporate events and festivals. She’s performed in France, Germany, Canada, Ghana, Las Vegas, Sturgis, across the Midwest and throughout Wisconsin. Succeeding against the odds, especially when they are stacked high, is part of her forte. Inspiring and supporting others with complete authenticity, is a daily aspiration. All of her music is self-written and produced.

Twitter Handle: lindsayeverly

Today's Video Share: Flowers in the Rain by Ed and Carol Nicodemi

Ed and Carol Nicodemi are a folk-jazz vocal and guitar duo who live in NYC. This was filmed in Greenwich Village; the song is Flowers and the Rain. A love has been lost, and the singer tries to come to terms with her feelings. The anger, the sadness, forgiveness, acceptance. . Like flowers and rain, love is another part of life. Everchanging. And so in that way, she makes peace, the best she can.

Today's Video Share: Siren by Writer Adam Print Featuring Melanie Stevens

A live video recording of the song 'Siren', performed by Melanie Stevens and filmed at the beautiful Acapela Studio near Cardiff, UK. The song was written for an evening of new writing to celebrate the female voice and was created to inspire those who have had to suppress themselves, struggled to find their voice, or had to shout to be heard. Songwriter and life coach, Adam Print, writes about personal emotive journeys and has supported hundreds of women over the years. Actor and singer, Melanie Stevens, collaborated with Adam for the debut performance and subsequent recordings and interpreted the song perfectly. Adam and Mel are currently developing a live show together.

Twitter Handle: adamprintmusic

Today's Video Share: Free by Kim O'Leary

This song Free is about the liberation of women for social, political and financial boundaries.

Kim O'Leary was born in Melbourne Australia into a family of musicians. In her late teens she traveled to the USA to further her quest for music. Under the management of Stevie Wonder’s attorney she signed a record deal with Motown Records. She was one of the only white artists to ever get signed to Motown. Her single “Put The Pieces Back” went into the top 40 in the US charts (AC) and from there she secured a publishing deal with Berry Gordy’s company, Jobete Music. This gave her the opportunity to work with some of the best producers and writers in New York. Since then Kim has traveled throughout the USA, Europe and Australia performing, recording and producing as an independent artist. She has had multiple artists record her songs, including placement in movies and television in the USA and UK.