Friday, October 9, 2020

Discover New Music From Badfinger's Joey Molland Along With Mother/Daughter Duo Suzzy Roche & Lucy Wainwright Roche

Former Badfinger guitarist/singer/songwriter Joey Molland is preparing to release his first new album of material in almost a decade with "Be True To Yourself." It was produced by the great Mark Hudson (Ringo Starr, Aerosmith) and features a load of guests, including Julian Lennon and Micky Dolenz. Molland's new ten song release begins with the high energy rocker "This Time," which features a taste of Molland's chops on the guitar. The album continues with the addictive, hook-filled vibe of "Better Tomorrow" and the ELO-type harmonies of "Rainy Day Man." The classic sixties sound finds its way into Joey Molland's new album in the form of "All I Want To Do" and the up-tempo, pop delivery of "I Don't Want To Be Done With You." He finishes up his new album with the bluesy ballad "Loving You" and the positive vibe and stellar songwriting of the title song "Be True To Yourself." To find out more about Joey Molland and his latest release "Be True To Yourself," please visit

Mother and daughter combo, Suzzy Roche and Lucy Wainwright Roche are ready to release an album of songs the two recorded together during their quarantine at their New York City homes. The album titled "I Can Still Hear You" will be released on October 30th through Storysound Records. It is the duos' third collaboration together and features eleven heart-filled, emotional melodies, beginning with "I Can Still Hear You," which is directly associated with the recently lock-down of New York City. The harmonies on "Ruins" simply soar with beauty, as Suzzy and Lucy are joined by Amy Ray and Emily Saliers of the Indigo Girls. They deliver a classic, acoustic folk vibe with "Talkin' Like You (Two Tall Mountains)," while "Swan (Duck) Song" is an emotional tale of hope. Suzzy and Lucy pay tribute to the children's book character, Stuart Little with the more mature, storied lyrics of "Little," while "Jane" allows the simplicity to be the strength of the song. The album closes with the duo's cover of the Kermit The Frog classic "Bein' Green," which proves that no matter what you look like, you are special. To find out more about this new album from Suzzy Roche and Lucy Wainwright Roche, please visit

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