Changwon K-pop world festival is an annual K-pop cover dance and vocal cover contest held across the world by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Korea. The network of international Korean Cultural Centres and offices of The Consulate general of republic of Korea coordinate the events globally with the winner from each country eligible to enter the preliminary round for Changwon K-pop world Festival Final stage which will be held in City of Changwon, South Korea on 11th October.
It was the much anticipated reunion that would see these siblings reunite in melody after a decade apart. Available exclusively via Amazon Prime Video, the documentary, Chasing Happiness coincides with their album release and follows the band from their earliest days through stratospheric success, disbanding, and ultimately reuniting for the comeback we’ve all been waiting for.
In its eighth season in 2019, The Voice continues to unearth incredible singing talent and this year there is a new format shake up, with All Star artists coming back for another chance of victory.
In a world first for the competition, the most championed fan favourites who missed out on their chance to win The Voice will get a chance at redemption when they return as All Stars to compete against the new talent for a place on the teams of the four Coaches.
With more experience under their belt and the hunger for victory still burning, the All Stars will take everything they have learnt in and out of the competition to vie for a place on The Voice stage against the new-season talent.
Hailing from Cairns in far North Queensland, Rhys is an up and coming Singer/Songwriter who has come a long way from his jazz inspired covers he brought to us early on when he first came to the nation’s attention. Relocating to Melbourne where he has been based for the last three years, the importance of family and friends keeps his vists back home regular. He’s been using that time to craft his songwriting and production skills, Rhys has a rather eclectic range of influences such as Matt Corby, Bon Iver, Angus & Julia Stone & John Mayer that shape his unique Indie sound style.
So what has changed since his last single ‘Being Together’?
“When I wrote Being Together, I was very young. I think I was 17 or 18. It didn’t get produced until I was 21 and even then I felt my direction had changed but I still wanted to get it out. I like to think that whatever I sing over time will still sound like me, but my sound has massively changed direction and I’ve got many more songs and stories to share over the next couple of months.”
Donna Burke, an ex-high school teacher from Perth now living in Tokyo, found out yesterday via Twitter that a loop from her 2015 song Glassy Sky was on Eminem’s latest album, Kamikaze. Continue reading Ex school teacher from Perth on Eminem’s new album