We are thrilled to announce Bops And Bangers: Sing At Home Series. We will feature artists from every genre and background on our Instagram’s IGTV and right here on BopsAndBangers.com every day from May 8 through May 24. The goal is to support artists and entertain you at home during these trying times. We strongly believe that music helps!
We will announce performers a few days prior to their appearances during this series. You can keep an eye out on this post or on our social media channels for updates throughout the month of May. Performances will also be uploaded to our Facebook and YouTube pages a few days after they are shown on IGTV and BopsAndBangers.com.
Check out the lineup announcements as they happen below!
PINK FEATHERS – MAY 8 – Portland-based Pink Feathers, aka Liz Anjos, is known for her electro-pop music influenced by everything from old Hollywood film to 90s pop. She burst onto the scene in 2014 with her debut EP Invisible Lines, showcasing her shimmering vocals, savvy songwriting, and technical prowess. Anjos’ musical endeavors have catapulted her to a world stage; from her performances at famed music festivals such as Coachella and Lollapalooza, to recording collaborations with Grammy-winning artist RAC, to her own solo recording project as Pink Feathers. (PinkFeathers.co)
ROCHELLE DIAMANTE – MAY 9 – Also known as RoRo, she is a singer-songwriter from Los Angeles via Seattle who has amassed over 13 million views on her YouTube channel. She is known for songs such as ‘Queen Bee,’ ‘LaLaLa (Not Listening)’ and ‘Who Am I.’ She was featured as a celebrity judge on NBC’s singing show The Winner Is… alongside Nick Lachey. And, she was also a house singer for NBC’s Hollywood Game Night hosted by Jane Lynch for two seasons. (RoRo)
SAM CLIFFORD – MAY 10 – Hailing from Ireland and at only 15 years of age, Sam is slowly turning heads as one of YouTube’s favorite cover artists. He is known for his highly-appraised cover performances from the streets of Dublin – some of which Dublin’s biggest local paper post on YouTube to hundreds of thousands of views. One of those performances was seen by country superstar Keith Urban in person; he was so pleased with it that he invited Sam to perform a cover of George Ezra’s ‘Shotgun’ during his concert later that night at the 3Arena in Dublin. Sam caught our eye with his cover of Coldplay’s 2016 single ‘Up&Up’ – a song that it is more than appropriate during these times. He will treat us to that cover once more during our Sing At Home Series. (One Of Sam Clifford’s Cover)
THE ATARIS – MAY 13 – Indiana-bred pop-punk outfit the Ataris gained cult status in the late ’90s with a series of albums before gaining independent chart success with 2001’s End Is Forever. The group, led by singer/guitarist Kris Roe, gained widespread attention with 2003’s So Long, Astoria, which included a cover of Don Henley‘s “Boys of Summer,” hitting the Top 20 on the Billboard 200. Despite line-up changes, Roe continues to lead the group, touring often and showcasing his knack for alt-rock hooks on albums like 2007’s Welcome the Night and 2016’s October in This Railroad Earth.
Peter Stavros is the founder and editor-in-chief of Bops And Bangers. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.