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Ulrik Munther: A Debut Album

Seventeen year old Ulrick Munther is already on a jetstream to fame, with a just competed tour of his homeland of Sweden, photo shoots in Paris, and contract talks in London, LA, New York and other places! Fan sites are piling up and, recently, his new debut album went “top of the charts”! Here’s a review of that premiere album…

“THE ROAD” by Brendan MacFarlane: An Album Review

Fourteen-year-old Brendan MacFarlane is well-known to fans of his YouTube site, where he's posted videos since 2009, showcasing his country/bluegrass/gospel mix of music. Now he has produced his first album called "The Road". Here's a review.

“Hold On ‘Til the Night” by Greyson Chance: An Album Review

I am truly stunned by the quality of these songs, which are not over-produced, so that we hear a young artist's heart beating through. "HOLD ON 'TIL THE NIGHT" is a brilliant album by an amazing young singer, and deserves praise and glory.

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