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Listen to the brand new single from Crowded House, "Don't Stop Now"!


The wait is over. Listen to the brand new single from Crowded House, "Don't Stop Now" now.
The new single from the reunited Crowded House is "Don't Stop Now". Produced by Steve Lillywhite (U2, Morrissey) "Don't Stop Now" features the new Crowded House line-up - Neil Finn on guitars and vocals, Nick Seymour on bass guitar, Mark Hart on piano and harmony, and new recruit Matt Sherrod on drums - plus a guest appearance on guitar by the legendary Johnny Marr. As befits the "Don't Stop Now" is a melodic tour de force, a hook-filled gem that gets better with every listen.
"Don't Stop Now" will be available to download on the 18th June and on CD/DVD 25th June

Stephen Bishop in concert in Paris on May 15th, 2007!


What We Like Productions is pleased to announce the venue of Stephen Bishop in Paris for an exceptional concert at l'Espace Cardin, on tuesday 15th of May, 2007. Get your tickets here!


Stephen will be joined on stage by musicians including Jim Wilson, One of the most popular new contemporary instrumental pianists. Read the bio of that incredible artist and discover his music at his official site:

Journey's Jonathan Cain takes us home on new album "Where I live"


In the signature songwriting style that helped bring Journey become one of the biggest rock bands in history, singer/songwriter/keyboardist/producer Jonathan Cain opens up and reflects on his latest studio release, “WHERE I LIVE.” The soul-searching album is his second since joining the REALITY label, home of famed artists like Jan Hammer (creator of Miami Vice theme), and the all-star British rock trio – The Jones Gang.

On “WHERE I LIVE”, Cain delves into his own life and inspirations, starting with the title track whose flowing melodies set up the personal feel that defines this new album. From his hometown anthem, “Shine on Chicago,” to his touching tribute song “Before Brando,” then to “Man’s Best Friend,” a love song about living with a dog – it becomes clear that this record was born from an intimate place and time.

“Everything about this album feels like ‘home.’ I had written these songs over the years as tributes to specific events in my life, and I never really had a place for them,” says Cain. “This album is that place, and it’s fitting that I wrote it in my home studio – all the influences that first brought to me write this music were right at hand. My wife, my children, and even my son’s drum teacher all played a part in putting it all together.”

Cain does not forget the love ballads that brought him and Journey worldwide acclaim, and brings it back to the heart with the tracks “Between a Heartache and a Song,” “Letting Me Down,” and the first single off the album “Faithfully” - a brand new version of his Diamond Award winning song. The single features a duet with up and coming vocalist Mica Roberts who has shared the stage with superstars like Faith Hill, Willie Nelson, and is currently on tour with country hit-maker Toby Keith.

“I always wanted to try ‘Faithfully’ as a duet,” Cain says. “It’s challenging to reinvent a classic, but it’s definitely a song meant for two people. I wrote the song about that, really.”

First and foremost a songwriter, Cain’s songs have been recorded by a number of renowned artists throughout the years, including Mariah Carey, Kenny Rogers, Michael Bolton, and Peter Frampton. Cain, as a diversified musician, also sings, plays the piano, keyboard, rhythm guitar and harmonica, and has released seven solo albums with the debut albums – “Back To The Innocence” and “Anthology” – dropping back in 1994. Today, Cain maintains an active role as a member of Journey as well, and Escape, Journey’s first release after Cain initially joined the band, reflects the soaring impact his addition made. The album reached #1 and put forth three U.S. Top 10 singles: “Who’s Crying Now,” “Don’t Stop Believin,” and “Open Arms.”