Watching Harry Styles performing his new solo song Sign Of The Times on The Graham Norton Show on BBC1 right now, it’s got a good intro to it but unfortunately I can’t honestly say I’m a fan. I openly admit it sounds alright but it’s not exactly growing on me, it’s as if he’s trying to pass himself off as a British Bon Jovi but has managed to miss the mark. I openly admit I wasn’t a One Direction fan so it’s probably me being a little biased about it. Sorry Harry dude but I’m afraid I won’t be rushing to get/download it anytime soon.
And the print version as promised, courtesy of Nottingham Post. For the full interview go to the Published Pieces page
Not long finished watching US singer, and The Voice UK coach/star, Jennifer Hudson perform her latest single Remember Me on The Graham Norton Show. It doesn’t sound all that bad, bit of a slow starter if I’m being honest, but non-the-less her voice sounds good. It does pick up some pace after about 20 seconds thereabouts. Can’t say I was impressed to be honest but credit where it’s due she has got a really good voice full of soul and she does hit the high-note. Nice touch with the violins in the background.
So, after a small-ish sort of absence he’s back and he’s got Take That on the show performing their new single Wonderland. I think this must be the first time they’ve performed since Jason Orange left leaving them as a threesome. In all fairness Wonderland’s actually quite a good song and it’s gripping from the word go. Gary Barlow’s voice practically knows no bound. The line ‘Music Makes Me Feel Good’ just goes round and round your head, it’s quite catchy. Nice song lads. And as always these guys know how to engage their audience.
Listening to another as yet amazing R&B record on the radio, Radio 1 to be precise, and what a tune. It’s called Angels/Your Love and the guys’ voice on this song is both soothing and melodic and just seem to cut straight through and is on the Hottest Records on 1Xtra at the moment. If you ever get the chance check it out, it’s worth a listen. Once again America I thank you for some get music
Fresh from the Nottingham Post online, Borders One To Watch. The newest thing to come from the Notts music scene, read and enjoy. Print version to follow soon.