This month’s new music includes tracks from Nes Cora, Doug Hafford, Mathew Horton, Clark Ford, Silent Stranger, Clide, Paul Louis Vallani, Glen Foster, Rene Miller, Hugh Meadows and Mack Meadows.
Bear Radio Network celebrates Pride 2020 with new music. Check out our ad in the Western New York Gay & Lesbian Yellow Pages.
This month BRN features selected tracks from Junk – The Musical (Original Movie Soundtrack). Screenplay and Directed by Michael Penny, Junk stars Tym Moss and Robbie Wayne and is about two gay flea market dealers who are offered the contents of a recently deceased individual’s dilapidated house and find nothing of value but a massive stash of ghostly vintage porn. As they sort through it they not only learn about the deceased individual but uncover a few things about themselves as well.
Thanks to Wolf Pup on Growlr, for giving me heads up that the website was down… big bear hugs!
Bear Radio Network welcomes UK based singer/songwriter Gordon Thomson to the playlist with his CD “Eventually”. Lyrical strong catchy songs, which grab you with their rocky and bluesy sound – with a hint of country. Four selected tracks premiere all this month.
Bear Radio Network welcomes the Reggae/Rock band from the Gulf Coast area Sloth Racer with their EP “Im Okay”. The group combines a high level of energy with their catchy original tunes that combine the genres of their roots. Plus the guys sent over their latest single “She & I”. All tracks are premiering this month … requests.bearradio.net
Uncle Tadashi & Da Boyz just sent over their new single “Aloha and Mahalo”, a somber and melancholy duet of love ones, one living and the other passed. The mid-song bridge has a tenor vocal in an operatic style, emphasizing this somber message.
Joe Maulucci & The Band takes you on a “Road to Nowhere” in this new instrumental. Kick back and relax as this track premieres all this month.
BRN welcomes Hong Kong based singer/songwriter Todd Warner Moore. “Moore’s strength is in weaving potent and thoughtful lyrics with effortless melodies. Backed by Leah Hart’s vocals “Love and Change” is more than a reflective and satisfying collection of songs. ” — WC Turck
The Kerosene Letter just sent over their new single “Wicked Game” – another great track with impressive vocals from this Buffalo, NY based band. requests.bearradio.net