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Band displays metal majesty at House of Blues

Musiqtone's Peter Burke reviews in person the Sonata Arctica concert at Chicago's House of Blues

A Night Out Loud: O.A.R., Hest, and the Sixers start a revolution at Purdue

Peter Burke reviews the O.A.R. concert featuring Ari Hest and Stephen Kellogg at Purdue University's Elliott Hall of Music.

John Scofield jazzes up Purdue crowd at engagement


Peter Burke reviews the John Scofeld concert at Purdue's Stewart Center

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No Secret At All:  Veronicas sparkle in debut album

Musiqtone's Alan Ho reviews the Aussie twin duo's debut album, his first in almost a year.

Second SOAD LP heavy on melody; songwriting shines


Musiqtone head music reviewer Adam Aguirre reviews the second of the double-concept LP from System of a Down.

Disturbed goes heavy metal on new effort

Musiqtone music reviews head Adam Aguirre checks out Disturbed's latest effort and their first foray into heavy metal, 'Ten Thousand Fists.'

Audioslave solid in latest LP; tries to unify sound

Guest writer Al Hilton dishes out his two cents for Audioslave's sophomore release, 'Out of Exile.'

Ben Folds wows again with second solo effort

New Musiqtone staff reviewer James Burke puts put his two cents on the second solo effort from Ben Folds.

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  Samantha Lombardi  
Samantha Lombardi- "Take Your Pic"

Young singer-songwriter impresses in debut

Singer, songwriter Samantha Lombardi may only be 16 years old, but she has striking vocals similar to Alanis Morissette and Michelle Branch. This Australian native is signed with Black Sea Records and Sam is about to release her album, “Take Your Pic”.  Her debut album features Sam singing about her life experiences. “What You Are” is a song featured on her debut album and the track is about time and how it changes people. When you listen to Samantha Lombardi’s c.d. you feel like jumping around and dancing in your room. Although her lyrics aren’t incredibly deep, they are so easy to relate to. Teenage girls are bound to fall in love with “Take Your Pic” because of its fun, unique, semi-angry sound.

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Samantha is clearly going places and she has already made a statement in other countries. Her single “Young and Stupid” has ranked in the top 10 on Air Radio UK Network and she doesn’t plan on stopping there. Samantha’s single was recently added to over 50 radio rotations across the country. Will Samantha Lombardi catch the United States’ attention as much as The Veronicas have? Only time will tell.

-Written by Brittany Kane



Links:
Samantha's official site
Samantha's official Myspace



Brittany KaneBrittany Kane is a New Artists feature columnist for Musiqtone. Leave feedback, comments, or whatnot at her e-mail at brittanykane@musiqtone.com.








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