Bridge the Atlantic’s Interview With Janet Devlin

Singer-songwriter Janet Devlin recently did a Skype interview with Bridge the Atlantic‘s Marcio Novelli and Ross Barber. With Janet’s debut album Running With Scissors available now, Bridge the Atlantic wanted to chat with Janet to find out more about the album as well as some of her influences and plans for the future. There were also some fun fan questions that were asked throughout the interview. You can watch the full interview above.

Below are some of the highlights from Bridge the Atlantic‘s interview with Janet:

  • Janet’s album Running with Scissors is now out in the US!
  • Janet is “kind of” addicted to energy drinks and is an ultimate fangirl for numerous musicians
  • Janet’s experience on X-Factor and whether or not she would do it again.
  • Talk about collaboration and the co-writing that Janet did with Newton Faulkner on her album
  • One of Bridge the Atlantic’s listeners asks what 3 albums Janet would take on a road trip down Route 66

Make sure you check out the full interview with Bridge the Atlantic above or you can click here.

Janet’s debut album Running With Scissors is available now on our webstoreiTunesAmazon, Google Play and at music retailers nationwide. The album is also available for streaming on Spotify and Bandcamp. Check out our exclusive Janet Devlin merchandise in our webstore.

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Janet Devlin’s Interview with New Music Inferno Radio

JD - Small ScissorsSinger-songwriter Janet Devlin was a guest on New Music Inferno Radio this past week, where she talked about her debut album Running With Scissors and her first live performance in New York City. Janet also talks about her song “Creatures of the Night” and the meaning behind it. You can listen to the full radio interview below or you can visit:

Janet’s debut album Running With Scissors is available now on our webstoreiTunesAmazon, Google Play and at music retailers nationwide. The album is also available for streaming on Spotify and Bandcamp. Check out our exclusive Janet Devlin merchandise in our webstore.
You can watch Janet’s video for “Creatures of the Night” below:

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Fox News LA Interviews Engelbert Humperdinck

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Fox News LA recently sat down with legendary singer Engelbert Humperdinck, in which they discussed his latest album Engelbert Calling, his upcoming performance at the Saban Theatre, and his new venture into the jewelry business.

Engelbert Calling is Engelbert’s latest album which features duets with music legends such as Gene Simmons, Elton John, Kenny Rogers, Olivia Newton- John, and many more. Engelbert will be performing songs off of Engelbert Calling during his North American Tour. Engelbert will be performing tonight (February 20th) at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills. Tonight, he will be joined by his son Bradley Dorsey, who will open up the show with songs off of his latest EP Changed. Fans can only hope that Engelbert and Bradley will perform “Father and Son,” which is their duet off of Engelbert Calling.

Engelbert also discussed his latest venture into the jewelry business. Engelbert launched his jewelry line “The Harmony Pendant” with Zale Mark on Valentine’s Day, and has already sold out of many of the pendants. For more information about Engelbert’s jewelry line please visit:

Engelbert’s latest CD Engelbert Calling is available for purchase on all tour dates, as well as at music retailers nationwide and online from our webstore, iTunes, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Google Play, Bandcamp, and Spotify.

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Emo At Heart Interivews Singer-Songwriter Janet Devlin

JD - Alone in woodsIrish Singer-songwriter Janet Devlin recently did an interview with Emo At Heart, where they discussed her debut album Running With Scissors, covering The Cure, and visiting New York City for the first time. You can read some of the interview below, to read the full interview make sure you had over to

You released Running With Scissors last year in the UK after a successful PledgeMusic campaign — was it always in the plans to release it in the US?
Oh, gosh yeah, that’s why it kind of took longer because I wanted to get it right. I would say to me it was more important than the UK one, so that’s why it did take a little bit longer.

How did your relationship with OK! Good Records come about?
When it came up I looked into it and checked it out and it just seemed to make sense. So when that offer came in I was like, “Oh, this is great. I really like what they do; what they stand for”. It was kind of like a US version of what my UK label does, so it just felt right.

On Janet’s debut album Running With Scissors, you can find a cover of The Cure’s “Friday I’m In Love.” Here is what Janet had to say about covering The Cure’s hit:

A lot of people, myself included, tend to get a little touchy about covers of The Cure, but your rendition of “Friday I’m In Love” is really fantastic. Can you talk about why you chose to cover that song and the particular arrangement you used?
I was not gonna have a cover on the album, I was just gonna do all my own music, but then it was proposed to me by the producers. So we made a list and whittled it down and whittled it down and this song was on the top of the list. Obviously with the whole, “Do you cover The Cure?” thing being a bit risky because everyone loves The Cure, but that was my whole justification for doing it — because if everyone likes them… And we tried to put our own personal spin on it; we tried to make our own arrangement off that track — and not trying to rip them off and make people think that you’re just doing a cover of it, but to put your own spin on it and make it your own.

Although Janet’s visit stateside is a short one, she hopes to come back soon and hopefully even tour here eventually.

Is there anything else you’re hoping to do in New York before heading home?
Just soak it in. I’d like to try more of the cuisine. Just see as much of it as I can and experience as much of it as I can. I do like the coffee culture though — love, love caffeine.

Do you have any future tour plans? Either in Europe or here in the US?
I would love to either be a part of a tour or do a tour of the US; it just would be amazing. I’ll probably do some UK gigs, and maybe some European ones, but I really would love, love, love to tour the US.

Janet’s debut album Running With Scissors is now available for purchase on iTunesAmazon, Google Play and our webstore. The album is also streaming on Spotify and Bandcamp. Be sure to check out our exclusive Janet Devlin merchandise in our webstore.

Idolator Talks With Janet Devlin About Her US Debut

Janet Devlin's Interview with IdolatorIn anticipation of her US debut, Idolator interviewed Janet Devlin about Running With Scissors, out now via OK!Good Records, and some highlights of her career thus far.  When asked about the slightly gloomy tone of each song on the album, Janet had this to say:

Running With Scissors is a very beautiful album, but even on the more upbeat songs, there’s definitely a melancholy vein running through. Is that reflective of who you are?
JD: I don’t mean to be. For me, personally, I have a lot more adjectives for sad things than I do for positive things. It’s also a lot easier to write when I’m sad because I’m probably in my house, on my sofa, with my notebooks beside me.

Janet has covered many songs, even putting out an EP of cover songs named Duvet Daze, and was asked who she wanted to put their own spin on one of her songs.

Who would you love to cover one of your songs?
JD: There’s so many! I’d love to hear Ed Sheeran cover one of my songs. He’d own it though — he’d make me look bad. So maybe not Ed Sheeran. [Laughs]

To read what else Janet had to say about Running With Scissors, her experience on the X Factor UK, and her love of cartoons, check out the full interview on Idolator by clicking here.

You can purchase Running With Scissors on iTunes, Amazon and at the OK!Good Records web-store.  You can also stream the album on Spotify and Bandcamp.  For Janet Devlin merchandise, the OK!Good Records web-store now has exclusive merchandise available for purchase today.

Vegas Insider Daily Interviews Engelbert Humperdinck

Vegas Insider Daily Interviews Engelbert Humperdinck

Valentine’s Day is nearing soon, and Vegas Insider Daily recently interviewed “King of Romance,” Engelbert Humperdinck to discuss his upcoming performance at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts the day after Valentine’s Day, February 15th as well as his long and prosperous music career.  Despite being in show business for years, he is constantly working hard at perfecting his craft.

“After all these years, I haven’t lost my enthusiasm,” he adds. “Even when I’m at home, I’ll call up Jeff, my arranger, and tell him that we’ve got to fix this and fix that – we’re always fixing to get things right and perfect the show. I am a perfectionist. It takes thought on a daily basis and time to keep the show fresh.”

Engelbert also took the time to share his excitement over having made his successful duets album, Engelbert Calling:

“This album gave me the satisfaction, for the first time in my life, to be able to work with legendary artists that I have looked up to and admired all these years,” Engelbert humbly states.

To read the full interview, click here to go to Vegas Insider Daily. Engelbert Humperdinck will be at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts on February 15th, you can purchase tickets here.

Engelbert new duets album Engelbert Calling, is available on OK!Good Records at music retailers nationwide and online on our webstore, iTunes, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Google Play, Bandcamp, and Spotify.


Janet Devlin’s Interview With Jake Burns Lifestyle

JD jake burns lifestyleJanet Devlin recently did an exclusive interview with Jake Burns Lifestyle, in which they discussed her music and Janet’s thoughts about bringing her music into the United States.

The past year has been a whirlwind – the start of the year was absolutely amazing! I recorded and released my album ‘Running With Scissors’! I was lucky enough to master it in my dream studio, Abbey Road – and I even got the grand tour. It was a real highlight as so many amazing artists have recorded there, and there’s so much history. So yeah! This year has been ALOT of fun!! Im planning on recording more music, playing more gigs and hopefully stepping foot on US soil! Its probably a good idea to signup to my mailing list if you want to know what Im going to be doing before anyone else!
Throughout the interview, fans and readers will be able to tell how excited Janet is for the launch of her music in the United States.
JBL: How does it feel as a young artist to be taking on the US? What have you got planned for your US fans??
Janet: I don’t have a definite date of departure, but my bags are packed and ready to go, like a pregnant lady with her emergency suitcase! *Janet giggles* It’s all a bit surreal to be honest, but I love what I do. US fans can expect some exclusive pre-order goodies, along with my album release and some surprises!
You can read the full interview by clicking Jake Burns Lifestyle. Make sure you stay up to date with Janet Devlin by following her on social media: Twitter, Facebook, and YouTubeRunning With Scissors will be available for purchase February 10th. Exclusive North American pre-order bundles are available now in our web-store. Head over to the OK!Good web-store to make your purchase today!

Engelbert Humperdinck Talks With Closer Weekly About ‘Engelbert Calling’

EH closer weeklyEngelbert Humperdinck has been featured in an article for Closer Weekly. Engelbert dishes to the magazine about his best day ever. What is the King of Romance’s best day ever? The day he released his first ever duets album, Engelbert Calling. Despite singing and performing for over six decades, Engelbert says the best day of his life was September 30th, 2014, which was the release date of his first ever duets album Engelbert Calling.

“I was nervous and happy that it was finally released, because I’d had so many fans asking me when the album would be available. It was a two-year labor of love.”- Engelbert Humperdinck

Engelbert Calling features many music legends including Gene Simmons, Elton John, Wynonna Judd, Johnny Mathis, Kenny Rogers, and Olivia Newton-John just to name a few. “It’s the only duets album I’ve ever done,” he explains. “I worked with so many legendary people on it. I got to record with Elton John, Olivia Newton-John, Gene Simmons, Wynonna Judd and Kenny Rogers. When I called them and asked about doing it, everybody was so receptive!”

To read more from Closer Weekly, click HERE

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Alex Hart Has Been Featured on

Alex Hart LiveAlex Hart recently did an interview with We Close Tonight, in which she discussed many topics ranging from who inspires her to what she hopes to achieve with her music. This interview gave readers and fans a greater look into who Alex Hart truly is.

Why did you start making music? Who were your first great inspirations?
I first started making music at the age of 7 when my grandfather gave me his mother’s Violin to play. I really wanted to learn the Flute but because I had braces at the time I thought I’d find it harder to play. I had great rhythm at school and loved to write poems and sing in front of my class mates. At that age I loved general pop music, The Spice Girls etc.. I then progressed to acoustic artists like KT Tunstall and Sheryl Crow and when I started secondary school a teacher introduced me to Doris Day which opened up another world completely for me. Not long after I discovered Stevie Wonder and Paul Simon and wow, the list goes on!

What made you decide to perform as a solo artist? Do you prefer being in complete control of your music?
I have been in bands all my life, personally I prefer being in a band but it’s always been easier for me to make a living on my own. It’s been great because I have learnt so much along the way already, I am in control of my music when I’m alone but I prefer the way my music sounds when I play with other people. I’ve been a solo artist for a few years now and it can be quite a lonely place. It’s a great opportunity to meet new people and has given me a lot more confidence in myself as a person.

Like many people, Alex Hart believes there is no rule book for the music industry, which ultimately makes it so hard for aspiring artists to be heard. Alex’s best advice is that promotion is so important to get your career moving. It is important to play as many shows as you possibly can to get your name out there.

What does music mean to you?
Music is everything to me. It always has been. We’ve had quite a relationship so far, sometimes its good and sometimes it’s really hard but I know that I’ve only got one chance to try and make a good and fun career doing what I love and what makes me happy. Even through the struggle sometimes I always push on and know that I’m so lucky to be doing something that I want to do with my life.

What are you hoping to achieve with your music?
I would just like to be successful, have a long lasting career in music. It doesn’t matter how big, I would just like to experience playing in lovely venues and sharing my music with others.

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Singer-songwriter Alex Hart Has Been Featured in The Plymouth Herald

AH - Tour picAlex Hart was recently interviewed by Clare Robinson for the Plymouth Herald. The two discussed what tour life was like for Alex, new music that is in the works, and whose music inspires her as of late.

Alex Hart spent the whole month of November traveling around the UK for her first ever tour. “We played pretty much every night for three weeks, sometimes to five people, sometimes to 200-which I guess is pretty standard for your first tour,” says Alex. Although it was her first tour, Alex was able to sell albums, promote herself and her band, and even secure several dates for return visits.

After the success of her On This Day Tour, Alex is already bursting with new ideas for songs for her follow-up album to On This Day. Alex plans on work on new material immediately!

“Ive been massively inspired by the latest John Mayer album and I want mine to sound equally rootsy..”

In 2015, we can expect Alex to be working hard on new music and performing live with her band in the UK. Make sure you keep up to date with all news about Alex Hart by following her on Twitter and on Facebook.

You can read the full article for the Plymouth Herald by clicking HERE.