One year ago, today, I released the official music video for “Please Don’t Go.” In the last year, the video has earned over 50 million views on Facebook and over 42 million views on YouTube. It’s also earned over 400,000 shares, 50,000+ comments, millions of likes, and a 99% thumbs up rating.
Thank you so much for helping this song establish me as a new artist from Australia.
I know everyone is waiting for my first album! I can announce that it’s done being recorded (16 songs) and I couldn’t be happier with the music.
Over the last two years, I have lived and worked in multiple countries with many Grammy winning and Grammy nominated songwriters, producers, mixers, and audio engineers to give you all the best music imaginable! I am still working with my label on a release date and hope to have lots of exciting news in 2017!
In case you missed it or it’s been a while since you last heard my debut single, here’s the music video on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2oxFIsENgM
And if you want to support me financially and own the song for unlimited listening, you can always download the song on iTunes here: http://apple.co/1jFBbad or stream it on any streaming provider, especially Spotify!
Joel Adams – Please Don’t Go (Official Music Video)
Joel Adams is a 19 Year-Old, Blue-Eyed Soul and Pop Singer/Songwriter from Australia. Joel wrote and…
Amazing Street Performer Singing Christmas Song Live Guitar Music
Published on Dec 24, 2016
Amazing Street Performer Singing Christmas Song Live, we loved the beautiful Music. Rob wrote this song for his young kids a couple of years ago. Christmas is the only time that he can play this original song.
Rob Falsini is a singer songwriter who usually sings and plays live music at Covent Garden. He is a talented street performer and a guitar player. This is one of his original songs called The Streets Are Never Fake.
Rocker Dee Snider Voices Support for Standing Rock in New Song and Video
By Toyacoyah Brown on December 13, 2016
Add Dee Snider to the list of celebrities that have voiced their support of the water protectors at Standing Rock. He even wrote a song and released a new music video about the movement.
Snider recently spoke with the New York Post saying, “To see U.S. government state and local authorities, along with hired private security, use this type of extreme violent force against unarmed American citizens in peaceful prayer is the saddest, most disturbing thing I have ever experienced. I’m glad we were there to capture the truth for all to see.”
Dee Snider has also been pretty vocal over the matter on his twitter account. Here are just a few of the tweets on the matter.
To me that is the least of it. The human rights abuse & silencing of the media (First Amendment) are what pushed me over the edge! #NoDAPL https://twitter.com/emoblues/status/806257965930053632 …
The authorities at Standing Rock literally tear gassed & shot at my son @CodyBlueSnider & his crew for filming. No one does that to my kid!
Here’s my point: fuck those guys. The Indian nations have decided enough is enough and we need to back their play. #SoWhat #NoDAPL https://twitter.com/gocards7211/status/806328167870906373 …
Thanks for the support Dee!
The song Lakota Lullaby along with famous artwork from J.D. Challenger, Kirby Sattler, and other famous artists Song: Lakota Lullaby Artist: Wayra