Jeff Lake Releases the Official Video for the Title Track of the “Field of Grass” EP on Earth Day – 4/22/22!

Jeff Lake Releases the Official Video for the Title Track of the “Field of Grass” EP on Earth Day – 4/22/22!

Jeff Lake’s debut EP, “Field of Grass” was released in August of 2021 by WBA Records in Nashville and distributed worldwide by The Orchard/ Sony. During the last 8 months, the 5 song collection has amassed over 200k streams on Spotify. Check out the video for the title track “Field Of Grass”, appropriately being released on Friday, April 22nd – Earth Day 2022!


The opening track, “Better Times Will Come” has led the way with 100k views on You Tube. The title track serves as a stark contrast to the bright, upbeat tempo of “Better Times…” revealing a darker and more poetic side of Lake’s writing, as well as his high tenor vocal range. Lake sings “so are we men of the world, or is the world for man to use and throw away”.

Lake’s brand new 10 song album, “Seven Days” is due to hit CD & digital outlets worldwide later this year. 


Recording artist Jeff Lake combines elements of rock, folk, bluegrass & country music for his own brand of Americana. A multi-genre songwriter, he has written music for Universal Greece recording artist, Michalis, the theme song for CBS’s Latin American Idol spinoff show, the “Nueva Estrella Awards”, as well as recent collaborations with up & coming hip hop artist, Seon.

As a guitarist & band-leader, Jeff has perfected his craft by playing alongside members of the Billy Joel Band, the Dennis DeYoung Band (Styx), and the Transiberian Orchestra. His career began as a frontman for hair metal band, Big Bang, opening for groups such as Winger, White Lion & Extreme. His melodic, lyric-driven songs and down-to-earth approach are gaining him an international audience.

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Emo Rap Lyricist Hoodie Rob to Release “Teardrops (2010)”

Emo Rap Lyricist Hoodie Rob to Release “Teardrops (2010)”

Articulations on an Age Old Topic Mixed with Modern Sounds on New Track

You already know! After exploding on the scene with “Misa Misa”, garnering almost a million and a half streams on Spotify, and then cementing his place along the alternative rap timeline on follow ups “Ain’t the Same” and “What Do You Mean”, gifted NYC based indie artist Hoodie Rob presents his emotional new single “Teardrops (2010), available Friday May 13th on Spotify and all the major audio services, with a planned video companion shortly after. Get a sneak peek for the media and fans below:


With wide ranging stylistic and musical influences, and a nod to his contemporaries like The Kid Laroi, 93feetofsmoke, Convolk and Anxiety Attacks, Hoodie Rob Uzumaki is the newest name in the music scene – poised to leave a lasting impact. Immersed in music from a young age, Hoodie Rob became fascinated with hip-hop and punk rock. Since then he has cultivated his talents to what they are today. The artist, producer, singer, and songwriter radiates a versatile style that encapsulates both of those genres.

The New York-bred artist seeks to leave an everlasting impact on his audience, as his music evokes raw emotions. Through every release, Hoodie Rob Uzumaki seeks to connect with listeners on a personal level that will help them connect to his music. Inspired by his life experiences, Hoodie Rob is creating his artistic lane as his sound crosses the genre divide to create a unique, distinctive emo-rap sound that differentiates him from many in the scene. Garnering over a million streams in the last year, Hoodie Rob Uzumaki is set to leave his footprint in the scene.



Singer/Songwriter and Disability Rights Advocate Pidgie Releases the Beautiful “Just Breathe”

Singer/Songwriter and Disability Rights Advocate Pidgie Releases the Beautiful “Just Breathe”

Living with a physical disability, Inspiring Artist Presents Empowerment Album

“Life is like a GPS. You may need to find an alternate route to get to where you are going but, with creative perseverance, you will always arrive at your destination!” – Pidgie

“Just Breathe”, the new record from Singer/Songwriter and self proclaimed Renaissance woman on wheels; the differently abled and exceptionally gifted former “Ms. Wheelchair Massachusetts” Pidgie (Patti Panzarino) – is available on Spotify and all the major music services on April 26th. Hear a special preview below:


One of the CD’s highlights is a powerful version of the Nina Simone gospel classic, “I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free.” 

Pidgie recorded “Just Breathe” alongside a host of celebrated friends including Liberty Devitto (drums-Billy Joel): Scott Spray (bass-Johnny & Edgar Winter), Christine Ohlman (vocals, The Saturday Night Live Band), Bobby T Torello (drums, Johnny Winter/Grace Slick), Cliff Goodwin (guitar, Joe Cocker), Al Ferrante (guitar, Cyndi Lauper/Edgar Winter), Ron Rifkin (keys, Charlie Karp), and Bill Holloman, (horns, Nile Rodgers & Chic). Some select cuts include Flat-out rockers like “All Revved Up” and the first single “Accessory”, as well as the dreamy, evocative title track and the poignant “They Took You Away”; an anthem for all those lost during these turbulent past few years. The CD was produced by multi-award-winning New England record man Vic Steffens at his studio Horizon Music Group. All In, a 2011 CD with her first band OLYPSYS, was a collaboration with her husband Vinny Rinaldi, who joins on guitar for multiple tracks on Just Breathe. 

With the album’s release, Pidgie has made her platform, “Creative Perseverance”, the theme of her entire life. 

“Creative Perseverance empowers you to reach beyond what you ever thought possible. It encompasses every facet of your existence: your home, job, education, health, relationships and your passions,” she says. “Being able to tell my stories and feelings through my music is something I am forever grateful for.”

Born with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), Pidgie learned to self-advocate from her now-deceased older sister, who had the same disability and mentored her at a very young age. 

“The more that people with disabilities push through obstacles and participate in life, the more people will really see us,” says Pidgie, “and our acceptance and encouragement to participate increases. It becomes an upward spiral.”

Pidgie’s dedication to the theme of empowerment is unshakeable. 

“Many people think that obstacles can be just physical,” she says. “But that can be changed by laws and creativity. I believe the biggest challenge toward people with disabilities are attitudes from others. I have always been one to look people in the eye and smile and say hello.”

It is obvious that Pidgie has triumphed over obstacles her entire life. Raised in the Sixties and mainstreamed, she has lived on both sides of the Americans with Disabilities Act. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree at Hofstra University, becoming president of the organization for students with disabilities and taking two First Place trophies in wheelchair karate. She worked in both the corporate world and in the performing arts world.

“There is always a song going through my head,” Pidgie remarks, continuing: “My influences run from Stevie Nicks to Natalie Merchant, Edie Brickell, Aimee Mann and Christine Ohlman. I sing with a lot of feeling. I reach deep down into my heart and pull it out.  Recently, podcaster Aj Wachtel said I sounded like Marianne Faithful ‘who purrs, then growls’—I love that!”

Pidgie was a founding member of the Coalition for Disabled Musicians (CDM) and currently serves as its vice-president. She was co-host of a popular cable TV program and hosted her own live Christian radio show on disability and empowerment for two years. She competed and won Ms. Wheelchair Massachusetts 2012 and received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the National Ms. Wheelchair America Leadership and Advocacy Competition.

“I’ve been singing since before I can even remember. I write music the way I cook; I don’t stick to recipes, I just add a little here and a little there to make a masterpiece. I like to think outside the box. I never liked paint-by-number or sheet music because it was too limiting. I like to sing by ear. I love to entertain, connect with people’s feelings, validate them, and cheer them up when I sing.” 

She continues to advocate, mentor, and push through social and relational barriers to redefine the representation of people with disabilities in a more positive light. She finds that some relationship myths that can be confusing for women in general can weigh even heavier on women with disabilities. 

But above it all, there is music. In another one of Just Breathe’s romps, “Kick Ass Boots,” Pidgie takes aim at a cheating ex, truth-telling a la Nancy Sinatra’s “These Boots Are Made For Walking,” and it’s a joyous moment. 

You will find Pidgie right in the middle of most activities, sharing messages of creativity and the power it brings. And now, with the release of “Just Breathe”, she joins the mainstream of American popular music—for real.




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