Podcast of the Broadcast, hear “Carolyn Fox’s Hollywood Spotlight”

"Carolyn Fox's Hollywood Spotlight" bring you what's hot in HollywoodThis week, the syndicated broadcast radio show “Carolyn Fox’s Hollywood Spotlight” is a little bit like a well-dressed bride–it has something new, something borrowed and something blue.

One of the new tunes is the brand new single from 10-time Grammy winner George Benson, “The One for Me.”  An instant classic that is perfect for any romantic situation, this is a song to fall in love with.   Another new release is a rocker from The Doughboys new “Shaking Our Souls” CD, “Land.”

One of the “borrowed” tracks is Paul Mark & the Van Doren’s cover of the Bob Dylan song, “Don’t Ya Tell Henry.”  Paul recorded the vocals “live” with three fabulous backup singers, and from the video, the session was one heck of a party.  You can check out the video on the home page of show’s website.

As for something blue, a new track from Ian Siegel and the Mississippi Mudbloods, “I am the Train,” has a driving rhythm that’s bound to get you moving.  Plus, Maria Muldaur brings her “bluesainna” sound to a soulful rendition of “Please Send Me Someone to Love.”

Also on this installment of “Carolyn Fox’s Hollywood Spotlight,” you’ll hear the music of Eric Hutchinson, Joan Osborne, Angelique, Frank Carillo & the Bandeleros, Charlotte Kendrick, Dorado and Brian Lopez.


About carolynfoxshollywood

Host of "Carolyn Fox's Hollywood Spotlight," a nationally syndicated broadcast radio show airing in Los Angeles Friday at midnight on 1580 AM. This weekly show features new music, interviews with the artists who make it, as well as stars in all areas of the entertainment industry. Tune in or click on CFoxRocks.com to hear what's hot in Hollywood.
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