Bongo Boy Rock n’ Roll TV Show No. 1079 “Notorious Anytime”

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The Bongo Boy Rock N’ Roll TV Show is proud to present the latest episode in their Rock N’ Roll TV Show series, “Notorious Anytime” featuring 7 talented independent international recording artists in 1 special ½ hour TV show. This latest Bongo Boy TV produced episode premiered mid April with rotation for 2 weeks till April 30, 2016 on all channels in the Bongo Boy TV National Region.


Allison Weiss’s “Who We Are” does not go gently into that night. Tender in nature the song is positively celebratory. With an anthemic sound the song is positively inviting.

Allison Weiss’s “Who We Are”
Video Director: Trevor Bowman
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“The Cat’s Meow” shows Suzanne Grzanna taking on an airy, jazzy felt. Naturalistic in tone the song’s smooth casual groove works wonders. Her voice is seductive, sweet, and infinitely stylish. Kept to the absolute essentials the piece is a nice nod to the most decadent of decades the roaring 20s.

Suzanne Grzanna’s “The Cat’s Meow”
Video Director: Chris Landowski
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Catchy in nature My Silent Bravery’s “Ride with Me” is full of optimism. The light dance-friendly sound offers a sense of pure bliss. When coupled with the bouncy melody the entire song simply glows with color.

My Silent Bravery’s “Ride With Me”
Video Director: Vassili Shields
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Cozy Moe taps into an early 90s sound with “Da Way I Feel”. Immaculately produced the song is sung straight from the heart. Lyrically strong the song reflects upon the happiness that a strong relationship can bring.

Cozy Moe’s “Da Way I Feel”
Video Director: Murt
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With “I Can’t Let Go” The Chords UK represent the best of 70s punk rock. Akin to the similar bands like The Clash, The Chords UK deliver lyrics with pure power. The song deserves to be played as loud as possible. Riffs are energetic, the rhythms deeply satisfying, and the entire song representative of the best 70s punk.

The Chords UK “I Can’t Let Go”
Video Director: Jonathan Sequeira
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Offering a poignant take on the conformity instilled by mass media, Waheed Ahmad’s “Hi Beams” is simply stunning. His mastery of his flow and his lyricism is profound. Throughout the track he displays keen insight into the current state of affairs for how the media influences people.

Waved Ahmad’s “Hi Beams”
Video Director: W.A.

Ending things on a high note is the chaotic nature of Trapdoor Social’s “Second Chance”. A strong rhythm leads the way as the lyrics deal with the difficultly at feeling deep emotional connection. Outright brilliant Trapdoor Social creates a perfect example of living the fully examined life.

Trapdoor Social’s “Second Chance”
Video Director: Jessie Johnson
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This episode has been brought to you by all artists featured and True Tea Magazine, Bongo Boy Records “Backroom Blues Vol. 2”, Steel Notes Magazine and Gypsy Poet Radio and Bongo Boy TV.

The Bongo Boy Rock N’ Roll TV Show is produced by Grammy members Gar Francis and Monique Grimme and is fully funded by sponsorships from all the indie musicians and their affiliations in each episode and Bongo Boy Records. Bongo Boy TV produces and distributes the Bongo Boy Rock N’ Roll TV Show, which puts the spotlight on independent artists and their music videos worldwide.

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