Transcendent singer/songwriter Ed Hale will be interviewed live on air by PJ Grimes on the Backstage Gourmet radio show broadcast over the internet radio network HealthyLife.net, 4pm EST. Fans can tune in and listen live by clicking the stream on HealthyLife.net or check out the archive of the show after broadcast here: http://www.healthylife.net/RadioShow/archiveBSG.htm. Tune in to hear The Ambassador discuss his favorite vegetarian recipes, in addition this his music, activism and other healthy passions.
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In less than four weeks from its debut, Ed Hale’s latest single “Scene in San Francisco” blasted into the Adult Contemporary Top 40 this week landing at #33 (as measured by Mediabase) earning both #1 A/C New & Active Song of the Week (most active new songs on chart) and #1 Most Active New A/C Independent Artist (BDS/R&R/Mediabase). The song tied for the #4 spot on the Most Added Chart and picked up Sirius XM satellite radio station The Blend for rotation.
This is Hale’s third single from his latest solo album Ballad On Third Avenue. (Dying Van Gogh Records) The album’s second single, “New Orleans Dreams“, peaked at #10 and is still in heavy rotation on the AC Top 100. Hale is also enjoying widespread critical acclaim for the new Ed Hale and The Transcendence album All Your Heroes Become Villains, a heavier Brit-pop/modern rock-opera collage created with his long time bandmates in the group formally known as Transcendence.
”Scene in San Francisco” was written by Ed Hale and William Sommer. Produced and Engineered by Fernando Perdomo, Executive Produced by Roger Houdaille and Nahal Mishel-Ghashghai, mixed and remixed by Zach Ziskin. The song is being serviced to Adult Contemporary radio by MVP Entertainment and South Beach Marketing and Promotion, to Triple A radio by FMQB and Marathon Music, and to College Radio by The Syndicate.
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Transcendent singer/songwriter Ed Hale will be interviewed live on air by Ryan Holmes on New York’s Blazinry Radio Show tonight (Thursday February 16th) at 8:30 pm EST. Fans can tune in and listen live at BlogTalkRadio.com/blazinry. Tune in to hear The Ambassador discuss his new hit single “Scene in San Francisco”, the socio-politics behind his last hit song “New Orleans Dreams”, the band’s latest album All Your Heroes Become Villains, the current state of affairs between Iran/US relations, the Grammy Awards and a host of other subjects.
BlazinRy Radio is an entertainment show powered by Blog Talk Radio. The episodesbegin by covering the hot topics of the day in entertainment, news, and sports. BlazinRy host Ryan Holmes then chats with today’s hottest artists and entertainers. Recent guests include hip-hop legend Biz Markie (“Just a Friend”), Grammy nominee Jaret Reddick (Bowling For Soup), Sanjaya Malakar (American Idol), Emmy Winner and Tony nominee Tammy Blanchard (Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows), Marisa Von Bleicken (The Glee Project), Jared Blake & Lily Elise (The Voice), Emmy nominees Van Hansis and Colleen Zenk (As the World Turns), Jake Silbermann (Gossip Girl, Stuffer), Eric Sheffer Stevens (Julie & Julia, Silent House), Ignacio Serricchio (General Hospital), Paul James (ABC Family’s Greek), Emily Bergl (Desperate Housewives), Playboy cover girl America Olivo (Bitch Slap, Friday the 13th) and more.
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A concept album of sorts, Ed Hale and the Transcendence‘s All your heroes become villains is a collection of songs tackling different genres. Not too diverse to be disparate but still different enough to be dissimilar, it harks to some brit pop, some prog rock and, of course, some blues based rock.
After a strange, chaotic and almost cacophony-laden intro (‘All your heroes become villains – Main Theme’), the band goes for a more straight up approach. ‘Blind eye’ has a foot clearly planted in 70s arena rock with some good ol’ riffing (rocking moments there). It’s a wild song and it’s a safehaven after the more experimental nature of the opening track.
Read full review: http://sloucher.org/2012/01/10/ed-hale-and-the-transcendence-all-your-heroes-become-villains/