The Making of a Hit Song
Music reviewers rave about T.O.N.E-z’ Sittin’ In My Room featuring Moksha Sommer
New York, NY– You won’t have to wait much longer to get your music-loving hands on the new collaboration from Emmy-nominated T.O.N.E-z and the incomparable Moksha Sommer of HuDost. Their hauntingly beautiful collaborative version of T.O.N.E-z’ hit Sittin’ In My Room is due for release soon, but music reviewers who have been given a sneak peek love it!
“…A hit!” says Michael Peacock of Indie Outbreak. “Breathtaking!”
The reviewers at MusicBliss.net are more effusive:
Or take the words of Michael Friedman at Skope Magazine:
“T.O.N.E-z gets real on this smooth and soulful track. This is what people need right now: truth in music. Really feeling this track; can’t wait to buy it!”
Anyone familiar with the Hip Hop style of T.O.N.E-z and the World Music style of Moksha might wonder how these two accomplished performers ever got together, but T.O.N.E-z is a master of blending styles. His vocals on the genre-busting hit song “Long Hard Times to Come,” the Bluegrass-based theme song from the first season of the FX hit TV series Justified, earned him an Emmy nomination. T.O.N.E-z and Moksha were introduced through their manager.
Says Moksha, “We come from totally different musical angles that can be wonderfully complementary. Truthfully, I think it was a very solid track on its own without my vocal harmonies. I was delighted to add some sprinkles to the sundae.”
T.O.N.E-z, “The passion and integrity came from my soul when I created the verses and chorus, and with Moksha’s incredible contribution, listeners will feel the power.”
T.O.N.E-z has been very busy with the release of his highly successful new album, High Voltage, and with preparation for the 4th season of Justified.
Moksha is booked through the summer, touring with her band HuDost. The prolific songwriter is currently working on additional collaborations with Steve Kilbey of The Church and Jon Anderson of Yes. For HuDost, what lies ahead promises to be a cutting edge album featuring folk-oriented music with splashes of Middle Eastern and Eastern European influences.
For media inquiries, mp3s of the track and interview requests, please contact Laurena Marrone at Grit, LLC: firstname.lastname@example.org
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