Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Musical Artist Comebacks Returning in 2013?

By Billboard Magazine

2013 is only two weeks old and it already seems like the Year of the Comeback. With Justin Timberlake, David Bowie and Destiny's Child all making unexpected returns to music with shiny new singles in tow. At this rate, another high-profile comeback or two will be announced by the end of the month -- and if that's the case, which dormant superstar would you most desperately want to see return?

Vote now in the poll below to tell us which musical artist -- Outkast, the White Stripes, Missy Elliott, Daft Punk or Fall Out Boy -- is the one you most want to see release some brand new music this year.Musical Comebacks: Which Artist Should Return Next in 2013?

But how sweet would a new Outkast album be? Sure, Andre 3000 and Big Boi reunited (kind of) on Frank Ocean's "Pink Matter" remix, but the proper follow-up to 2006's "Idlewild" could potentially add to one of the most consistent discographies in hip-hop. Meanwhile, Jack White released his debut solo album, "Blunderbuss," last year and it scored an Album of the Year Grammy nod, but there's nothing quite like the combo of Jack and Meg to get us geeked on some top-tier garage rock. The White Stripes broke up nearly two years ago, and a return would mean the re-emergence of one of the best rock groups of this still-young century.

Missy Elliott finally dropped a pair of new songs, "9th Inning" and "Triple Threat," last year, but the hip-hop maverick still has yet to set a release date for her first album in eight years. Another artist whose last album dropped in 2005, Daft Punk has largely sat out the mainstream EDM explosion while leaving fans thirsting for any material. Even if Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter just come back to play some mind-blowing live shows, that'd be enough for us. And finally, Fall Out Boy have been on an indefinite hiatus since 2009, with no (public) intentions of dance, dancing any more. How stoked would you be if Patrick Stump once again joined forces with Pete Wentz to reconfigure the pop-punk princes of the 00s?

Monday, January 14, 2013

K-Fed’s Bro Chris Claims He’s the Real Father of Britney’s Baby?

What a Day: K-Fed’s Bro Chris Claims He’s the Real Father of Britney’s Baby?

Posted by  on 12/27/2012 at 5:04 PM News

Who knew that when reports surfaced that Britney Spears was going to be fired from The X Factor, that it would be only the second-worst rumor surrounding Brit to come out today? Chris Federline, the less-famous brother of Spears’ backup-dancer-turned-husband Kevin Federline—and of course his name is Chris—is now filing a restraining order against the pop star, claiming that not only he is the father of Britney’s son Preston (“I do confess I slept with Britney and I am the true father”), but that Brit is using that information to blackmail him for the $4,500 she spent off his stolen credit card some months ago.
Now, a number of things about this story make little to no sense whatsoever. For one, why would Britney blackmail Chris with the paternity information? Wouldn’t the news of that extramarital indiscretion be far more damaging to Britney than to C-Fed, even with whatever familial awkwardness that caused? Then, why would Britney spend $4,500 on his stolen credit card, when, fired or no, she got paid a whopping $15 million for her role on X Factor last year (and is just a very rich person in general)? Lastly, if Brit decided she absolutely had to cheat on Kevin back in the day…why would she choose his idiot brother for her adulterous dalliance?

Thursday, January 10, 2013

SDC Radio Networks - Top 50 Songs of 2012

MEMPHIS TN (IFS) -- SDC Radio Networks, which includes KDTN Radio One, SDC Radio One, PSP Radio One, Hitsteria Radio One, SDCOG Radio One and StarMedia Radio's combined playlists with the Best of the Best from listeners requests.

The combined Top 50 Songs of 2012 was featured on KDTN BlogTalk Radio.  The show was divided up into eight segments of thirty minutes, with approximately 6 to 8 songs each. The start of each show featured the countdown, with the Number #1 song of that shows segment.

The last show featuring the top five songs of the playlist, including two new songs from up and coming artists,  Power Ads - Songs for 2013 Giulia Millanta - Outta Here; Tiamirria - Last Laugh.

The artists and their music comes to SDC Radio Networks through a variety of sources that include but not limited to --;; Musik and Film Records,;;;;;;;; emails to:; snail mail: SDC Radio Networks, 2380 Parkway Place, Suite 100, Memphis, TN 38112-2500.



TOP 50 SONGS OF 2012

1.  Steve Holy - Brand New Girl friend
2. RG Ingersoll featuring Dianne Anderson - Thousand Shadows
3. rude vox row - Pay day Blues
4.Teddy B with Kita - Shopping Spree
5. Jena Johnson - Living In Love In New York City
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#### Giulia Millanta - Outta Here
#### Tiamirria - Last Laugh
 6. Bernadette Bascom - Fire
7. Detroit City Mob - Where I'm From
8. Dominic Gaudious - Tongue of the Ocean                                                            
9. Lee Rogers - Love For A Love
10. BabyFace & Mariah Carey - Everytime I Close My Eyes
11. LA Carpool - Do It Again 
12. Hangin' with  Stoogie - It Ain't Me Babe
13. Teisha Marie - Ask Me If I Care
14. DC Da Messenger - Feel It
15. RG Ingersoll and Dianne Anderson - Hideaway
16. Dr. John E. BellAll I Want
17. Eli "Paperboy" Reed - Am I Fooling Myself
18.  Beanpole  - Breakdown 
19. Elle Maze - Red Lights
20. Adrianna Freeman - Will Not Be Your Tennessee
21. Amy Barbera - Paint Me A Butterfly
22. L.A. Carpool - One Night Together
23. Skinny Bitches - Everything's Cool
24. Phil Common - Falling Out Of Love Again
25. Madeleine Bagger - Naturally
26. Jameel Jahmay  - Ready 2 Serve U/Find Love
27.  Elliot MatsuKilling With Swords
28. Melanie Rose Dyer - The Long Way Around
29.  Fallon Cush - Honey Honey
30. Michael MacriPostcard From Venice
31. Jamie Rumley - Someday                                                                                            
32. Daniel Smith - Sometime's Love
33.  Jason Green - The Old Man
34. Zoe Alpert of Special Guests - Apathy
35.  Melanie Rose DyerFirst Time In Forever
36.  Dweller-X - I Don't Wonder 
37.  Rozanne Gewaar - Girl From Chicago
38. Fate Strikes Twice - Bad Ass Mutha
39.  Doug Briney - More Than Just A Farm
40.  White Fort  - Can't Stop The Signal
41.  Zodiac Death Valley  - Hail Hail December
42.  Stephane Zelou - Millionaire Girl
43. Retromeca -Anonymous
44. Megan King  - A Place Where We Belong                                                        
45. Honor SocietyKaleidoscope
46. Bianca K - When The Moon Comes Up
47. Leo Bowers - It's Alright
48. Urbansnake - Dirty Drug
49.  Luna Blanca - Freedom in Your Soul
50. Life Tragic - Easy Enough


Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Steve Holy tops the KDTN Radio One's Listeners Top 50 Songs of 2012

MEMPHIS TN (IFS) -- KDTN Radio One's Top 50 countdown for 2012 found Steve Holy at the top of the pile with his 2010 hit record "Brand New Girlfriend".  It's just one of those records that everyone can not get enough of.  It's like a yo-yo.  It bounces up and down and all over the place, but always demands your full attention when its playing.  The KDTN listeners requested that it be re-added back to the playlist for another go round in 2011, and every since then, it's rated as one of the most requested singles of the stations history.   Steve Holy has been wowing regional audiences in Texas for over six years with his comfortable blend of Steve Holy has been wowing regional audiences in Texas for over six years with his comfortable blend of fifties rock and roll, pop and hot country favorites.

Poised to take the next step, Steve launched his Curb debut single, Don't Make Me Beg, in October 1999 and debuted at the Las Vegas Hilton as the opening act for LeAnn Rimes. Steve's second single, Blue Moon, was released in April 2000 and is steadily climbing the charts. Refusing to be labeled musically, he credits country music greats Charlie Rich, Mickey Gilley and John Conlee for influencing and inspiring his music. Steve will also let you know that Elvis, Sam Cooke and a variety of Doo-Wop bands play a major role in his vocal style and on-stage persona.

Steve's personal delivery on stage has helped build a loyal following. He works hard to not only dazzle them with his singing but connect with them individually on a one-to-one basis. That approach gets him invited back to almost every place he performs. He enjoys lingering after shows to meet and greet the fans, and truly appreciates that they took the time and spent their hard-earned money to see him. Steve takes nothing for granted.

To the legions of Steve Holy fans, his appearance on the national scene was only a matter of time. Five years ago, Steve was among 500 hopefuls who auditioned for a spot on the renowned Johnnie High Country Revue in Arlington, Texas, the same show that would later launch Curb recording artists LeAnn Rimes and Shane McAnally. He finished first in the competition and less than a year later was voted "Entertainer of the Year" by the fans. He also became an annual favorite performing three times at the Miss Texas Pageant.

A Dallas native, Steve is the youngest in a large family that boasts of eight children. He credits his parents and long time friend, Johnnie High, as being the most influential figures in his life. He also credits his brothers and sisters with "Keeping his feet firmly planted on the ground." His personal goal is to always remain approachable.

When asked to define success, he describes it as, "an intersection of preparation and opportunity." With years of hard work, planning and the support of Curb Records behind him, Steve Holy is already a major success.