Perfecto label boss, Paul Oakenfold teams up with London born and LA based singer, Matt Goss to create a sublime follow up to their 2010 release and successful single “Firefly.” The two have joinced forces uunder their brand new alias: The Concrete Sneakers. Through this venture, they highlight one another using their diverse musical backgrounds to create “Touch The Sky,” a crossover vocal track that has already earned extensive support.
Along with the release, a group of rising producers have been brought on to do remix work such as Dutch electro house maestros, Disfunktionas they turn the original into a progessive house anthem remix that Paul Oakenfold has been dropping on all of his recent shows including all of the gigs he has been playing in support of Madonna on her North and South American tour dates.
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1. How do you pick up someone of the opposite sex?
A. A coy smile, enticing laughter, and some sexy dance moves if all else fails
B. I'd just ask them on a date. Simple and direct.
C. Lock eyes from across the room and slowly approach, making sure to maintain the eye contact. Then, I'd just ask if I could buy them a drink. It's classic, and classic never goes out of style.
When on the website for singer Jimmy Hopper you see that his most recent escapade is entitled Journey of the Heart, "a journey through powerful and enduring music...where song and emotion take flight. Where your body will move. Your inhibitions will forget. And your heart will find its voice." You read all this while listening to a recording of Jimmy performing a song entitled "Nasty Girl."
That, my friends, is Jimmy Hopper.
Veteran Vegas lounge performer Hopper is famous for his range, referring both to his vocals as well as his song choices. Last Sunday, Hopper debuted his weekly residency at the Palms with a song selection from Andrea Bocelli, Muse, Bon Jovi, Black Eyed Peas and Green Day. Or at least, that's the idea.