Friday, May 8, 2020

Victor Wainwright & The Train's Next Stop Is "Memphis Loud" & Justin Hayward Dreams Of "One Summer Day"

Grammy-nominated artists Victor Wainwright and The Train are ready to release their latest album titled "Memphis Loud." It features a dozen tracks, all co-written by Wainwright, who also co-produced the album along with Dave Gross. The album starts off with the build-up of "Mississippi," which carries a steady rhythm section as Victor casts a spell on your ears with his bluesy vocals. The southern, boogie-woogie vibe of "Walk The Walk" and the energy of title-song "Memphis Loud" will certainly get your body moving, before the band slow down for honky-tonk flavor of "Sing" and the burning ballad "Disappear." 

The second half of the album kicks off with the Americana flow of "Creek Don't Rise," before the band gets funky with the horns of "Golden Rule." Victor Wainwright and The Train find inspiration in the gentle touch of "America," before finishing their new album with the exciting, energetic romp of "My Dog Riley" and the laid back country blues jam of "Reconcile." To find out more about Victor Wainwright and The Train and their latest release "Memphis Loud," please visit

Back on March 27th, Justin Hayward, lead singer and guitarist for the classic rock band, The Moody Blues, released a new two-song EP. It features Hayward with an acoustic guitar, accompanied by another instrument or two in order to give you that vulnerable, close feeling to his music. The first song is the thoughtful, emotional ballad "One Summer Day." It is the perfect song to fall in love to, as you get lost in his heart-filled lyrics. The flip-side is the song "My Juliette," which is slightly more upbeat, as Justin Hayward pays homage to spending his childhood days growing up around the theater. Both songs are available on all digital platforms. To find out more about Justin Hayward and his music, please visit

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