Fierce Rocker Jax Hollow Rallies Behind The Underdogs Of 2020 With Inspiring Anthem, ‘Say My Name’

‘Say My Name’ Is now a FRESH CUT on

Jax Hollow continues to blaze her own trail as an outspoken, talented shredder and songwriter with her new single and video for “Say My Name.” The beautifully chaotic track is the follow up to “High Class Bitch” from the Nashvillian’s debut album “Underdog Anthems,” coming February 2021. Hollow collaborated with Joshua Shoemaker to create the gritty, artsy video for her new single — which opens with her demonstrating hypnotic guitar skills.

“‘Say My Name’ was supposed to be THE Underdog Anthem off the Underdog Anthems album,” Jax says. “It’s a song about social unrest, 2020 leaving the entertainment industry in ruins and on the brink of collapse, and the resilience of all the Creatives. We adapt fast because we’re used to being punched around, but we will stop at nothing to continue pursuing our passions and share our futures with the world. That’s why you’ll see me destroying my friend’s work and screaming, ‘Starting from nothing again!’ — that’s what it feels like.”

She continues, “I worked my whole life to play music for a living full time, traveling the world and that was yanked out from under me in 2020, so I’m even less afraid of failure and even more determined now. It can be fun to start from the bottom again because you have experience and time to re-envision yourself.”

At first listen, the upcoming album has left music critics reeling. Travis host of “The Side Stage Show” on 95.9 KRFF Fargo/Moorhead raves, “Jax Hollow has the talent, attitude and songs that it takes to carry the torch and lead the way for new rock!”

With the release of Underdog Anthems, Jax unleashes the full power of her vagabond, soul-searching and heart-piercing anthems. Recorded and produced by the 90 million+ album-selling legend, Michael Wagener (Metallica, Skid Row, Extreme, etc.), the album is a loud proclamation of a new artist that is not to be missed in 2021 and beyond.

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Phil Spector dies at age 81

Photo by Kingkongphoto & from Laurel Maryland, USA – Phil Spector, CC BY-SA 2.0,

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Phil Spector, the eccentric and revolutionary music producer who transformed rock music with his “Wall of Sound” method and who later was convicted of murder, has died. He was 81.

California state prison officials said he died Saturday of natural causes at a hospital.

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‘Wannabees’ Can also be heard on as a FRESH CUT

Vancouver based glam punk quintet DIRTBAG REPUBLIC have teamed up with popular Canadian outlet Sleaze Roxx to premiere their video for “Wannabees,” which can be viewed here.

The single, released January 8, is the first release from the band’s forthcoming Tear Down Your Idols full length album this Spring.

The video was directed by Matt Leaf from Hadron Films (Mother Mother, The Pack AD, k-os and others) and shot in the band’s hometown of Vancouver, Canada.

Frontman Sandy Hazard on the making of “Wannabees”: “Filming a video in the middle of a pandemic was a logistical nightmare, but the stars aligned and we were able to bang off a simple to the point performance video in short order with a known director.”

Sandy Hazard – Lead Vocals
Mick Wood – Lead Guitars
Dave Worden – Bass
Mike Federici – Bass
Ed Nijjer -Drums, percussion

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Mammoth WVH – Distance

Wolfgang Van Halen has released the following tribute to his late father, Eddie Van Halen. Quote taken from the YouTube video.

“As my pop continued to struggle with various health issues, I was imagining what my life would be like without him and how terribly I’d miss him. While the song is incredibly personal, I think anyone can relate to the idea of having a profound loss in their life. I never intended ‘Distance’ to be the very first piece of music people would hear from me, but I also thought my father would be here to celebrate its release. This is for him. I love and miss you, Pop.” – WVH

“Proceeds from “Distance” will be donated to Pop’s favorite charity, Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation” – WVH. Follow this link for various ways to listen and purchase this song:

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Charley Pride wins CMA 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award

(Charley Pride in 1981. Public domain photo taken from Wikipedia.)

According to the Taste of Country website, Charley Pride has been named the Country Music Association’s 2020 Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award winner. The 86-year-old will officially receive the honor during the 2020 CMA Awards.

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