New Videos Premiere From Jillette Johnson, Cimorelli And Travis And Even More Music News!

  • (PCM) Singer/songwriter Jillette Johnson has debuted the absolutely stunning new music video for the song “Cameron” on VEVO today! The song explores the struggles of a young transgender boy and gives an inspiring voice about staying true to your authentic self. Johnson’s vocal prowess is hypnotic and the video artistically portrays the internal struggle that many transgender individuals face in today’s society and it just gorgeous! You can view the “Cameron” video below and also check out our recent interview with Jillette Johnson from the recent Firefly Festival just after her performance.


  • Toni-BraxtonSix-time GRAMMY Award-winning singer, songwriter, record producer, actress and philanthropist Toni Braxton and Ten-time GRAMMY singer, songwriter, producer and entrepreneur  Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds are recording an album together to be released by Motown Records in the Fall. Toni will begin her solo North American tour on August 9 in Las Vegas. Her distinctive, sultry vocal blend of R&B, pop, jazz and gospel became an instantaneous international sensation with her first solo recording in 1992. Today, with over 60 million records sold worldwide, Toni Braxton is recognized as one of the most outstanding voices of this generation. Along with L. A. Reid, Babyface launched Toni’s career with her first CD “Toni Braxton,” which sold 10 million copies and spawned the classics “Another Sad Love Song” and “Breathe Again.” The album also resulted in her first two GRAMMYs: Best New Artist and Best Female R&B Vocal Performance.  For more information on Toni Braxton please visit her website, or follow her on Facebook at and on Twitter at @ToniBraxton.


  • Cimorelli have recently debuted their “Made In America” music video and have  just been nominated in the Choice Web Star category for this year’s Teen Choice Awards. The girls are among Ryan Beatty, Dave Days, Kid President and The Screaming Sheep. These girls are not only an adorable girl group, but they are family too! Video director Eric White wanted to share a glimpse into how great they all are together. They’re not sisters, they’re best friends as well!  Check out the video below and you can also purchase the new EP “Made In America” on iTunes here!


  • Pixies1Armed with “Bagboy,” the band’s first new song in nine years, the Pixies will launch the first leg of what will be a massive global tour on September 29 in Paris, France.  This will kick off the first tour the Pixies have done in nearly two years, and will give them an opportunity to do something they haven’t been able to do in two decades:  premiere brand new Pixies songs, the first collection of new material since 1991’s Trompe le Monde.  Log onto for complete on-sale dates and ticket purchasing information. For this tour, which will feature a brand new stage and production, the Pixies – Black Francis -guitar/vocals -Joey Santiago -guitars/backing vocals, and David Lovering – drums/backing vocals, will be joined by bassist Kim Shattuck. Shattuck played bass for the all-girl L.A. garage rock band The Pandoras, and then was the guitarist for the pop punk band The Muffs. The four have been holed up in an L.A. rehearsal space getting ready to offer the most wide-ranging concert set-lists of Pixies music in the band’s career.


  • Travis will return after a five year hiatus with an impressive new album “Where You Stand” – out August 20th – on their own re-launched label Red Telephone Box via Kobalt Label Services. The band have just released the video for the album’s first single “Moving”. Travis will head out on tour this July that will include performances at T In The Park and the V Festival (UK), plus shows across Europe, Russia and a US headlining tour that begins September 19th in Philadelphia. Tour dates on
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