Creative Entertainment Network, in conjunction with Jetpack Records, proudly introduces Radio Free Universe. Radio Free Universe, RFU, is a new indie-rock group hailing from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

J.P. SoarsLET GO OF THE REINS was recorded during a whirlwind weeklong session at Tab Benoit’s Whiskey Bayou studios in Houma Louisiana.

Ronnie Penque will release his second studio album titled "Family Business". The album features 9 new songs written and produced by Penque including the hit tune "Wookie Kids". Family Business is an eclectic collection of cool songs featuring extended jams, smooth harmonies, and catchy hooks. It’s a classic rock album with cross over country flare. Included in the album are a couple of songs with The New Riders of The Purple Sage. Buddy Cage’s pedal steel guitar drives through you as Penque and crew rock these tunes.

Sex, danger, and a psychedelic sonic swirl - welcome aboard a night with The Liza Colby Sound as the New York-based quartet goes interstellar. Jump on the rocket ship and trip out on a dose of LCS at home with the band’s debut full-length album, Object To Impossible Destination, out July 19, 2019. Object To Impossible Destination finds The Liza Colby Sound on a fresh odyssey. Their first full-length album after 3 well-received EPs, this 8-song collection distills down the essence of LCS.

For neo-soul hip-hop mavens Natural Born Leaders, the original track “Abominable Creatures” invokes fond memories. In the summer of 2018, the band submitted a live version of the song to NPR Music’s famed Tiny Desk Contest.

GRAMMY-winning, LA-based quartet La Santa Cecilia will release their new album, ‘La Santa Cecilia,’ on October 11th, via Rebeleon Entertainment / Universal. Produced by Sebastian Krys, the five-time GRAMMY and 12-time Latin GRAMMY winner who most recently produced Elvis Costello’s ‘Look Now’ and has worked with Luis Fonsi, Shakira and many others, the sonically wide-ranging collection is a thematic fusion of pain and persistence written after a year in which three of the four band member’s fathers passed.

Scott Seisler, former drummer and singer from the band Black Rooster, started his music career in a unique way. It was born as a coping mechanism following tragedy that struck not once, but three times. Seisler lost his younger brother, Shawn, to an opioid-related suicide. Shortly after, his parents Paul and Beverly were both diagnosed with cancer and passed away within five months of each other. With his entire immediate family gone within a few years, Seisler decided to turn to music to heal and embark on spreading the message about the opioid and suicide crises. To help achieve this, Seisler has partnered with Glenn Close’s organization, Bring Change To Mind, donating a portion of proceeds from album sales to the organization whose mission is to end the stigma and discrimination that surrounds mental illness.

Nashville’s Callie McCullough, a modern songwriter inspired by timeless bluegrass and old-school country music, has released the gently-rolling “Five Dollar Pearls.” The song which debuted earlier this week with The Bluegrass Situation is the lead single from her forthcoming After Midnight EP which is expected to be released in winter (exact date TBA). 

Headlined by Katy Perry, Norah Jones, and Mavis Staples, The David Lynch Foundation will be hosting their extraordinary "Silence the Violence" benefit concert in Washington, D.C. on October 11 to benefit 10,000 at-risk youth in the district.

Tow’rs have announced a 15-date late fall tour throughout the mountain states and West Coast.  The Flagstaff, AZ based band will begin their tour in San Francisco on Nov 9, and will travel up through the Pacific Northwest, to the Rockies, stopping at their home base in AZ, and then rounding out the tour in Southern California.  

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