Alexandra & the Starlight Band | Love Ain't Easy

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Love Ain't Easy

by Alexandra & the Starlight Band

Newest single from electrifying artist Alexandra Starlight of Alexandra & The Starlight Band. "Love AIn't Easy" puts a fresh spin on raw Stonesy rock 'n' roll vibes, paired with classic Motown sounds that strut and roll like a glammed out soul peacock.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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"Alexandra Starlight bears the lucky distinction of being as captivating as she is talented. Her singing style rivals the greats like Tina Turner and Janis Joplin. And she's got the swagger of a thousand men.”- Guitar World Magazine

“Plenty of attitude… channeled into hooky, funky neo-soul, driven by her powerful vocals that are somewhere in-between Tina Turner and Amy Winehouse.” –The Metro

"Rushes through the speakers and has all the strength and emotion of Motown’s finest, but also bears its soul with the intimacy of a Southern gospel record...then, Starlight’s smoldering vocals kick in. And I try to pick my jaw up off the floor. It’s just that good." - Guitar World Magazine

"Long-locked, lusty-voiced Alexandra Starlight has been around a long time for a sweet young thang, and she’s been honing her chops....the kind of powerhouse band that you’d think would be impossible in this day and age." -L.A. RECORD

"...pays homage to her classic blues and soul influences with skill and panache. Happily, it manages to be more than simply a well-crafted exercise in aural nostalgia for an era that likely preceded her birth by a few decades. Perhaps because of her punk-rock roots, she brings a palpable punch to her music, which at time suggest a frills-free Joss Stone. Starlight digs deep into her lyrics"- George Varga, San Diego Union Tribune


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