Todays 4 on 40 is mostly online tributes. In this day of social distancing it’s the next best thing to “Live” and with todays technology it can be even better than live.
Now we here at InternetTop40.com strive to bring you the latest New Music releases ASAP! Of course it helps if you let InternetTop40.com Know about it. If your in a band or promoting a band simply upload your video to our site yourself or at least send us a note about the release or when it will be released and where you know the drill it’s basic PR. BTW my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Now todays list starts off with a #1 Band from Ireland if your into Classic Irish Folk rock music your in for a treat LanKum preforms a set from the Tiny Desk Concert series and it is so damn Good its like a classic Irish folk rock orchestra with angels singing.
Following that last nights “Live from Paris” performance from Taylar Swift another Gem of some classic songs of hers.
Coming in at #3 I would call it classic rock from Pink Floyd fame Roger Waters preforming a smooth sounding version of “Mother” in todays online Format Multi-Screen Stream and it is a definitely well produced video and I must say the audio is excellent on all of todays picks.
Finally Sony Music’s Latin division puts out a various artists version of the Latin classic “Color Esperanza” So listen, watch and Please Vote for your favorite all it takes is an account on our website InternetTop40.com and a click. And whatever you do Please let us know when your releasing your next Big Hit. We here at “IT40” want to know. IT40 that’s InternetTop40.com for short, We want to know so we can tell the world and spread the love aka:music. I’m Top40 Ttyl
This video is a clip of the last song of Lankum's set on NPR's recent Tiny Desk Concert series a lively rendition of "Bear Creek"
- "The Wild Rover"
- "The Young People"
- "Bear Creek"
Radie Peat: vocals, harmonium, baritone Irish concertina; Ian Lynch: vocals, uilleann pipes, baritone English concertina; Daragh Lynch: vocals, guitar; Cormac MacDiarmada: vocals, fiddle, viola
Social distancing is a necessary evil in Covid world. Watching "Mother" reminds me just how irreplaceable the joy of being in a band is.