Earlier today, Linda Perry appeared on Huffington Post Live for a sit down interview to discuss her latest achievement: an induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. She also gives us some insight into her family life and a new project. Perry will officially be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame tonight in NYC. Check out a recap of the interview above or at huffingtonpost.com
Rainy Milo was featured on TeenVogue.com as an artist you need to know. In the feature, Rainy speaks on her journey, musical influences, her debut album, This Thing of Ours, and what’s on the horizon.
Recognized by Billboard Magazine as one of the top songwriters in the music industry, Linda Perry will be inducted into The Songwriters Hall Of Fame at the Annual Induction And Awards Gala. Perry will be joined by Bobby Braddock, Willie Dixon, Robert Hunter & Jerry Garcia, Toby Keith and Cyndi Lauper as 2015 inductees. The Ceremony will be held in New York City at the Marriott Marquis this Thursday, June 18th. Congratulation Linda Perry and the rest of the amazing songwriters receiving this grand honor.
Back across the pond after running around the states promoting her US debut, This Thing of Ours, Milo is caught on the streets of Paris for Fashion Week. Rocking a double denim outfit, Milo turns heads left and right as photographer snap away.
While on tour in Texas for Austin Psych Fest, LA Witch links up with Daytrotter to record a session. The Witches perform Feel Alright and Kill My Baby Tonight, which you can check out by clicking the following link. LA Witch Daytrotter Session
LA WITCH will be playing at Levitation in Vancouver on June 7th, but not before hitting seven other west coast cities. Starting in Santa Cruz with a show tonight, LA Witch will head north before returning to Los Angeles for the final show. Be sure not to miss the Witches if your on the west.
Tickets to the shows can be purchased by clicking the link. Purchase LA Witch Tickets
Check out LA Witch’s single, Kill My Baby Tonight, below.
An Evening with Women was reinvented by Linda Perry in 2009 and produced by Brent Bolthouse. The annual event has featured world-renowned talent including live performances by Christina Aguilera, Cyndi Lauper, Heart, P!nk, Joan Jett, Ozzy Osbourne, Courtney Love, Camp Freddy, Cat Power, Juliette Lewis, Kat Von D, Aimee Mann, Wanda Sykes, Sarah Silverman, Kathy Griffin, Linda Perry, Evan Rachel Wood, Rumer Willis, 4Non Blondes, Margaret Cho, Milla Jovovich, Michelle Rodriguez, and Gina Gershon along with honoring community leaders including Ellen DeGeneres, Sharon Stone, Renee Zellweger, Billie Jean King, Melissa Etheridge, k.d. lang, Lily Tomlin, The Fosters’ Sherri Saum and Teri Polo and more.
Music superstars No Doubt and Sia both performed intimate acoustic sets and Emmy® Award-winning actress and comedian Sarah Silverman performed a stand-up routine at the annual An Evening with Women celebration on Saturday, May 16 at the Hollywood Palladium.
The event has raised over $4.65 million dollars since 2002 for the vital services the Los Angeles LGBT Center provides to underserved seniors, women and girls, including the homeless youth currently surviving on the streets of Los Angeles.
LA Witch has released their new single “Kill My Baby Tonight” off their upcoming album of the same name. The trio has been on tour for the past few months, and will be playing in Austin this weekend for Levitation Fest, on Saturday (5/9) in the Elevation Amphitheater. ”Kill My Baby Tonight” is available to stream below.
Be sure to look out for LA Witch as they continue on their Kill My Baby Tour 2015. See upcoming dates below.
The song was premiered by Brooklynvegan.com.
After her US debut ‘This Thing Of Ours’ released last week (April 21st), Milo feeds the web yet again with a music video for the album titled track. Premiering first on Complex.com, Milo croons about falling deeply in love, and holding it down, while being worried her man will end up in jail leaving her alone. The title pays homage to La Cosa Nostra.
This Thing Of Ours is the debut LP from Rainy Milo, the 19 year old London-based artist. “Over my few short years I’ve come to notice something about myself. I am completely incapable of saying how I feel unless it’s via music,” says Milo. “I like to think of This Thing Of Ours as the diary I never had.