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Sara Bareilles Fans Eagerly Await New Album Release

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June 25, 2013 by

Sara Bareilles had us singing our hearts out back in 2007 when she released her hit single “Love Song” from her very first album, Little Voice. Since then Sara has consistently churned out some seriously powerful tunes including “Gravity” and “King of Anything”. Sara blends wicked clever and often poetic song writing with her intensely moving vocals and piano playing to create a unique sound that appeals to a wide range of listeners. And this is an exciting year for Sara Bareilles fans everywhere because she is scheduled to release her third and latest album, The Blessed Unrest, on July 16.

The album’s first single, “Brave,” was already released on iTunes on April 23 of this year and it has generated a lot of buzz about Sara’s upcoming album release.  Sara has stated in interviews that making this album was particularly poignant for her because it occurred after a period of what she refers to as “deconstruction”. She stresses that this album was a way to build herself back up after some life-altering changes and personal reflection.

In the spirit of transformation, she embarked on her “Brave Enough” tour in April without her usual crew. She opted to make the journey alone, her only companion on the 18 city tour being her piano and acoustic guitar.

Sara has always shown quite a penchant for social media and she is taking full advantage of that to garner visibility and encourage web conversation about The Blessed Unrest. In collaboration with YouTube, Sara is releasing a special series that allows fans an inside look at the album recording process. She also candidly discusses her personal struggles with adjusting to life in NYC which serves as her new home.

You can pre-order you own copy of Sara’s new album The Blessed Unrest at her website.…

David Bowie’s video given adult rating on YouTube

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May 18, 2013 by

English musician David Bowie is always one who likes to shock and create controversies. But his latest video rich in religious imagery for “The Next Day” is set to become his most controversial video to date. YouTube took the video down within hours saying citing violations of terms of service. It was later reinstated with an adult-only rating.

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The video, directed by well-known Italian filmmaker and photographer FloriaSigismondi, has some rather unholy scenes which have irked several Christian organizations. Catholic League president Bill Donohue has already issued an emotionally charged statement on their website. Bowie or his representatives are yet to respond to these comments.

Featuring David Bowie himself as a Christ-like figure in flowing robes and set in a bar which looks like a church and a brothel, David Bowie is determined to ruffle feathers. The video also stars French Oscar-winner Marion Cotillard with blood oozing from his rendition of a stigmata and Oscar nominee Gary Oldman as a priest. In addition, there is a man practicing self-flagellation, drinking priests, praying nuns, and cardinals paying cash to near-naked dancers. There are also several gruesome images like eyeballs being served in the bar.

This is David Bowie’s first work after his heart attack in 2004 while on tour. Since then, he has avoided the limelight and he had even stopped stage performances in 2006. Fans had given up hope of Bowie recording again when he came back with “The Next Day” which debuted at Number One on the UK charts.…