Sunday, June 6, 2021

"Only Time Will Tell" About The New Album From Vince DiCola & Leslie Hunt's New EP "Ascend"

Musician Vince DiCola is no stranger to the music industry. He has been involved in a number of blockbuster movie scores like "Stayin' Alive," "Rocky IV" and "Transformers." His new album titled "Only Time Will Tell" will be released on June 11th through Escape Music Ltd. It finds Vince inviting some friends along to give him a hand on this new 13-track release. The album kicks off with the hard rock blast of "Bound & Gagged," featuring Rick Livingston (Argent) on lead vocals, as DiCola motors the song intense backdrop. Vince takes the lead on the keyboard driven, adult rock delivery of "Kara," before finding that perfect combination of vocals (supplied by Jason Scheff of Chicago) and music on the exciting, progressive rock appeal of "Miracles." Vince, once again takes center-stage on the power ballad "You're Not Alone Tonight," before Bobby Kimball (Toto) opens up his vocal pipes for the mellow piano duet "Stay/Exit Wound." Yngwie Malmsteen vocalist Mark Boals adds his talents to the uplifting rock tones of "Living In A Daydream," before Vince DiCola wraps up his new album with the eight-minute prog-rock epic "Suffer The Children," which features Steve Walsh (Kansas) on vocals. To find out more about Vince DiCola and his latest release "Only Time Will Tell," please visit facebook.com/dicolaofficial and escape-music.com.

Also arriving soon is a new seven-song EP from American Idol finalist and prog-rock ensemble District 97 singer, Leslie Hunt. Her new album titled "Ascend" will be released on June 25th through Cherry Red Records and is part one of a two-album set, which features a second album ("Descend") to be released in September. The new album begins with the steady, alternative-pop tones of "Starting Over," while "There You Are" has more attitude and energy that suits Leslie's voice perfectly. Her vocals continue to impress with the addictive chorus of "Right Here," as Leslie makes her new set of songs concise and to-the-point. The short EP closes with the alternative country vibe of "Down The Road" and the laid-back, melodic tone of "The Key," as Leslie's vocals are the star of the show. To find out more about Leslie Hunt and her latest release "Ascend," please visit lesliehuntmusic.com.

2 comments:

Lisa Novajosky Smith said...

Where's the link to order Vince's album?

JP's Music Blog said...

The link is at the end of the review, escape-music.com.