Indy music has been growing by leaps and bounds in recent years, and we think the kind of promotion and prominence we give them at Singing Fool is an important component of their success.
Haddon Heights, NJ (PRWEB) February 29, 2008
Singing Fool is proud to announce exclusive world premieres for veteran R&B singer Angie Stone's video "Sometimes" and for "Mixed-Up S.O.B.", the new release by 90's rockers Presidents of the United States of America. These two highly anticipated music videos are available now only on http://www.SingingFool.com.
Grammy nominee Angie Stone leads this exciting double header with the second video off her recent Stax album The Art Of Love & War. After nearly clinching the award (for Best R&B Performance By A Duo/Group) for her single "Baby", the hit duet with Betty Wright, Angie is back wowing viewers with this soulful follow up. The new video combines Angie's strong onscreen presence with her even more powerful projection of song as she enacts a familiar story of heartache that is "Sometimes." The "To Be Continued" ending is sure to have Singing Fool users back for the sequel. In addition to exercising her vocal chords on The Art Of Love & War, Stone has also recently stared in a stand- up theater tour entitled Issues: We've All Got Them.
Presidents of the United States of America make their return March 11th with These Are the Good Times People on Fugitive Recordings. The Seattle-based band emerged in 1995 straight out of the post-grunge alternative rock scene and controlled the airwaves with hits "Lump" and "Peaches." The Presidents will be backing this new release with a set of live dates in the U.S. followed by a more lengthy stay in the U.K. Weird Al Yankovic took the reigns in directing this crack-up video for "Mixed-up S.O.B." The resulting psychedelic backgrounds and talking flip-book make this video a laugh-out-loud experience sure to be a hit with fans of both.
SingingFool.com hosted dozens of exclusives last year, including most recently for Salvador Santana Band, Mimi and Teft, and Hello Stranger. Already this year, Singing Fool has delivered nearly 28 million impressions across the internet promoting our exclusives. "Our site has serious music fans who like being in the know about new releases," notes Francie Trout, Singing Fool's Promotion Manager, "Indy music has been growing by leaps and bounds in recent years, and we think the kind of promotion and prominence we give them at Singing Fool is an important component of their success."