• Veteran Vocalist Amanda Cole Talks Breaking the Mold
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    One of the most Profoundly Powerful Voices I have ever come across on YouTube is that of amazing female Vocalist Amanda Cole. Her “Pretty Hurts” (Beyonce) cover came onto my radar and immediately I found myself rushing to find more of her videos. I soon discovered that Cole is certainly No Amateur. Her Professionalism is very evident while watching her work and hit every intended note with pure precision. Her skill is so good that she was even selected and performed as a member of the R&B super group En Vogue for a few years. This is a Gifted Queen. Read with us and find out how she went from avoiding her unique talent as a youth, to absolutely loving it as an adult and the power she now has to influence other young Artists to be better than the mold created for them. Learn how Amanda has turned both the positive and negative experiences she's had on her musical journey into motivation and fuel to be the best at what she does. The beautiful star also shares the importance of

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  • YouTube Picks: Natalie Brown (Editor’s Review)
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    Natalie Brown Singer/Songrwriter Love this YouTube Review? Comment Below and Share it! http://goo.gl/hLCvy9 or  http://TheINDIEgatorMag.com/?p=4632by Kitty Y. WilliamsYou know that feeling you get when you click on the radio somewhere and you hear a song from back in the day that just turns you on and you start dancing around all crazy talking about “That’s my jam. That’s my JAM!” Yeah, you know. That's how I feel when I listen to Canadian Singer Natalie Brown's music. I’ll be honest, I stopped turning on the traditional radio a long time ago other than to zone out to Jazz. So I certainly love when I accidentally come across a Vocalist like Natalie Brown online. I was just browsing on Facebook one night and saw that one of my friends had liked her This Christmas album release. So I checked it out then went to her website, checked out more YouTube videos and started rockin' out. I was like "YEAH! I LIKE this chick!" I sat there and listened to some of her entire

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  • Gospel Artist Shaun G’s Gift to the World
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    Facebook│YouTube│ Vevo│ Twitter│ Instagram - Article Short Link: http://theindiegatormag.com/?p=4152 In September of 2013 I was invited to a Jam Session at a TV studio in Houston that was featuring a Gospel Artist visiting from Dallas to film a few promos and interviews. My good friend and long time Business associate, Jay (JM & Associates), thought it would be a great idea for me to check this Artist out for a feature in The INDIEgator magazine. Shaun G, is originally from St. Louis but has been living in Texas for the latter years of his life.  Shaun was first introduced to music as a young boy in church and just loved the sound and rhythm especially of Gospel, R&B and Jazz due to their chord changes and the soul behind them. Even so, he still claims to love all styles of music simply because “every style is different and should be appreciated.” His first opportunity to get in on that action and perform himself was during a Christmas program at his home

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  • Brian Culbertson’s Jazzy Dreams
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    - As seen in the Oct/Dec 2012 issue of The Indiegator, Page 32-35. Official Website │ Facebook │ Twitter │ YouTube │ Reverbnation│ USTREAM Brian Culbertson R&B/Jazz Multi-Instrumentalist Los Angeles, California www.BrianCulbertson.com by Kitty Y. Williams A few weeks ago I received an email from Helio PR introducing me to Verve/Universal Recording Artist, multi-Instrumentalist Brian Culbertson out of Los Angeles. Upon researching Brian further, I soon felt as if I had rediscovered Skittles for the first time as a child. Long story short, pure Euphoria! From the very first song I listened to on Amazon, “Still Here” feat. Vivian Green - lead single from his new Dreams album (which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Jazz Albums Chart), to his music videos on YouTube Vevo, I was entranced with the beauty of his collaborative sound and the different genres that were crossed throughout the different pieces. Through the music videos, I fell in love with the Spunk,

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  • Music Review: Aundria
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    - As seen in the April/June 2012 issue of The INDIEgator, Pages 54-55. - Article Short Link: Pop/Rock Official Website │ Facebook │ YouTube by Austyn "Mr Bugz" Jeter Aundria’s music career started when she was 18. There was a guitar in the house and she thought,” I wonder if I could play that”. She started by learning a few songs she liked. Before she knew it, she was writing her own songs. Aundria’s songs come from experiences in her life. “With the right group, I would love some of my songs to rock really hard, or have a country feel. I’m so used to performing without a band, that I feel more like a light acoustic performer. When my album came out I had to pick a genre and I put myself in 3 groups, Acoustic, Pop, and Rock.” “I spend more time learning other artists’ songs than I do writing my own. I don’t have favorite groups or artists, but rather individual songs. Liking a variety of music makes my book of covers diverse and interesting. Some

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  • Soul’N’Roll with SoulGreg of Slovenia
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    - As seen in the April/June 2012 issue of The INDIEgator, Page 25. - Article Short Link: Official Website │ Twitter │ YouTube │ Myspace “…I want to spread a huge amount of love through what I do... “ ~ SoulGreg Producer. Songwriter. Vocalist. He even mixes his own music. Multi-talented Slovenian artist SoulGreg is a refreshing taste of Quality music. He sings in English as well as his native language, he plays guitar; he’s Über SEXY too! Ladies, and some gentlemen, you can see why it’s not hard to become entranced when he gets on the microphone. With SoulGreg’s great mix of different genre’s (Some Rock, Some Pop, R&B/Soul…), there’s something in his portfolio for everyone. If you go to his YouTube profile, you’ll find a lovely collection of diverse songs about love, or encouragement or just about having a good time. If you loved the 80’s as we do, you will feel taken back in time to the good old days when music felt original. While we know

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  • Soulful In Singapore: Portia Monique
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    - As seen in the April/June 2012 issue of The INDIEgator, Pages 64-66. - Article Short Link: http://TheINDIEgatorMag.com/?p=486 Official Website │ Facebook │ Twitter │ YouTube │ Reverbnation │ Myspace │ Linked In Portia Monique is a beautiful Vocalist with a magnificent talent that not everyone can pull off. I came across her music on Myspace, back in the Myspace days… and was completely mesmerized by her skill. She does not need the help of Auto Tune to do what she does with her God given gift and I truly believe she is underrated. If you listen to the interview she did on Kitty Williams LIVE and check out some of her tracks we played, you’ll see exactly what I’m talking about. This woman needs to be on every radio station and invited to do collaborations with all the hottest Artists who are worthy of her vocal presence on their albums. I know, I know. Yes, I’m talking her up real good. But look up the live interview when you get the chance. For now we’ve

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