Wednesday, March 14, 2018

New Music From Indie-Artists Ethan Brosh, Bobby Long And Jon Magnusson

Guitarist extraordinaire Ethan Brosh is heading out on tour this March with fellow artist Ross The Boss. Brosh is touring in support or his new album "Conspiracy," which was released back in February. The new 14-track album kicks off with the short atmospheric introduction of "Revival" that leads directly into the high-powered energy of "Escape Route." Brosh wastes no times showing off his guitar skills on the progressive rock appeal of "Tomb Of The Gods" and the swift pace of "Collision Course." He continues with the adventurous "Sweet Evil," before slowing the pace down for the more melodic tones of the "Forgotten Melody." Ethan Brosh wraps up his new instrumental album with the electrifying hard rock vibe of "No Spring Chicken" and the gentle acoustics of "Major Sadness." For a complete list of live dates and to find out more about his new album "Conspiracy," please visit

Singer/songwriter Bobby Long is performing a couple shows in New England in support of his new album "Ode," which was recorded back in 2014. Long plans on making a stops at Cafe Nine in New Haven, CT on April 12 and The Music Hall Loft in Portsmouth, New Hampshire as he continues to build his fan base one show at a time. The album features a 11-tracks that features the great Americana/folk sound of "Cold Hearted Lover Of Mine" and "Treat Me Like A Stranger" that will make you instant fans of his music. Bobby showcases his bluesier side with "Kill Someone," before reverting back to his gentler, acoustic self with "Something Blue Something Borrowed." He finishes his new album with more of the gentle touch of "The Dark Won't Get Darker" and the story telling poetry of "That Little Place." To find out more about Bobby Long and his latest release "Ode," please visit

Swedish singer/songwriter Jon Magnusson recently released his new album "Always A Rebel" on March 9th. The new 5-song EP is the perfect introduction to Jon's pop sense and addictive melodic style. He begins with the surf-guitar style of "Rely On Me" as the song carries a nineties alt-pop vibe. He delivers the blues with the slow sway of "Set Me On Fire," before finishing his new album with two different mixes of the title track "Always A Rebel." The first version is an acoustic indie-folk piece, while the second version is very similar with a little extra rhythm to support the song's pace. To find out more about Jon Magnusson and his latest release "Always A Rebel," please visit

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