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  1. Award Summary for Whitehouse Artist Finalist Best Overall Artist Best Group Best Artist in Style - Latin Most Popular Artist Most Popular Band Best FG Profile Song Finalist "Nobody To Blame" - Best Song in Style - Country "The Games That People Play" - Best Song in Style - Rock L "Terrina" - Best Overall Song "Terrina" - Best Production "Terrina" - Best Songwriting "Terrina" - Best Song in Style - Power Ballad "Terrina" - Most Popular Song "Sol En El Portal" - Best Song in Style - Jazz Funk "Deep" - Best Song in Style - Rock L Thank you everyone for the great support!
  2. Games, Whitehouse Published by admin aug 2008 under Pop, Uncategorized Jeremiah Sutherland / Bullfrog music Physics geeks like to distinguish between potential and kinetic energy…a ball on a table is all potential energy…a ball falling through the air has kinetic energy. The term “potential” is overused in the entertainment biz so I’m not going to use it here…Whitehouse is all kinetic energy. Listening to this CD is like taking the local express train to music Nirvana. The band members come from all over and have lived all over: Spain, Germany, Australia, South Africa, Sweden. They are Men Of The World and the music they make is cosmopolitan, varied and accomplished. The songs are a mix of English and Spanish language lyrics with good ballads, Western-style guitar riffs and, I think, just a touch of African spices added. There’s some affecting Spanish ballads (and ballads always sound great when sung in one of the Latin languages) that are performed with feeling and skill. But don’t get the idea that this album is just Latin. In fact, the Latin rhythms don’t put in an appearance as the main feature of all the songs (that would be too easy…and boring). Added to the feast is some good old fashioned Pop music combined with thoughtful lyrics and creative arrangements. You get horns showing up occasionally, not dominating the mix, but acting as counterpoint to everything else that’s going on. The horn thing seems to be making comeback (listen to Jeffy Jolly’s work for Blues horn examples) and I think we should welcome it. I particularly enjoyed “The Games People Play”, “Nobody To Blame” (sounds like anything from Al Stewart’s “Year of the Cat”) and “Sol En El Portal”. Summary: A cheeky confection, unassuming yet assertive, lingers on the ears with a smooth satisfying finish. Enjoy with care as you may become dependent. Do not consume while driving as you will want room to shake your assets. http://frogblogreviews.bullfrogmusic.com/?p=30#more-30
  3. Posted in July 26th, 2008 by admin in Artist News Wordpress It’s always exciting to see an artist take control of their careers and move with the professionalism that has Major Labels scratching their heads wondering where they missed the boat. Whitehouse, with a blend of English and Spanish lyricism, is finding their way into a major arena of publicity. With a unique blend of influences crossing over classical, rock, and classic rock styles. Although they are no strangers to worldwide publicity (a variety of music publications and air-play around the world), they have taken more affirmative action by securing a television spot with "The Shield". The Shield is played on the FX network in the US and other networks Internationally. The show has recieved wide recognition for it’s controversial portrayal of corruption in the Los Angeles police department. With several Emmy nominations, and the contributions of extended roles from notable film actors such as Glenn Close and Forest Whitaker, it provides a great publicity opportunity for the band. Whitehouse’s current release, "Games", features 14 tracks and includes the televised song, "Cuentan que el". The CD, "Games", is available at Music Forte today. For more information and booking, be sure to visit the Whitehouse Official Website.
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