Palaye Royale Series No.3

By CA Marshall In terms of being one of THE most EPIC Indie Bands in the Music Industry who are consistently bringing their iconic presence and achievements to the foreground in bold strides, Canadian Born, Los Angeles Based Fashion Art Rock Band Palaye Royale remain congruent by recently announcing many ‘long awaited’ surprises for their fans globally: On March 22nd, 2016, they announced a 38 date trek across the USA with Van’s Summer Warped Tour beginning June 24th where they will perform in front of 800,000+ fans. This announcement was made while already on a National tour: Light In The Cave/I See Stars). On June 11th, they will host a Warped Tour Takeover Day in social media, and have recently begun touring with High School Nation (HSN) with Drake Bell on March 28th performing at 25 schools for the spring for over 100,000 fans with full-on meet and greets, concerts, and Q & A full school assemblies that will wrap up April 29th. In addition to their day performances during the HSN tour, you can catch the band in the evenings at ALOFT hotels who will be hosting Live at Aloft acoustic performances. Most of the acoustic performances will be live streamed via YOUNOW. So, if you missed them on tour you can stream these acoustic performances by tuning in via any apple or android phone for the intimate view of the band before, during, and after the live acoustic show (click here to subscribe) The band will have over 150 […]

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The Fontaines Series No.1

By CA Marshall Photos courtesy of: Hank Fontaine This feature has been strategically a long time in the making. California based (referred to as ‘New-Wop’ band – but we shall get into that later….) ‘The Fontaines’ have been on the Starlight Music Chronicles (SMC) radar since being introduced to their music genius in our December 2015 Artist of the Month competition and I felt that there was no better time than the present to showcase the Brother and Sister duo (Hank and Charlotte) than the present: Spring. Here’s why: The first song I ever listened to by the band that had me at hello was ‘Paul Newman’, which automatically had me envisioning a retro soda shop with couples doing the swing by the jukebox. It was fresh, hip, happening and extremely addictive: everything ‘Spring Fever’ represents. For a lover of fifties/sixties retro tunes this was right up my alley and to be completely honest, there are only two other bands that I have spent more than two consecutive days researching and they are Palaye Royale and New Mayans and here I found myself completely immersed in everything ‘The Fontaines’ for the two day minimum. After listening and observing, I had a sneaking hunch that I was just scratching the surface of ‘The Fontaines’ and it wasn’t until after my interview with Hank that I discovered that this band is on an even deeper level than I had first been impressed upon. Much to my excitement (and original instinct), I am […]

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