Called To Serve Rock With Kindness On Their Latest Release ‘Angels And Miracles’

New EP Out Now


Phoenix, Arizona – March 28, 2020 – As we navigate through these difficult times, Jeff Senour and his band Called To Serve (otherwise known as CTS) wanted to help bring us all together with as much kindness and gratitude into the world the best way they knew how; music. So they set out to write and record a record that encompassed hope, love, compassion, spirituality and of course kindness. The result is half a dozen tracks that found a home on their 2020 EP ‘Angels And Miracles.’ 

‘Angels And Miracles’ is a melodic rock record filled with contagious hooks and lyrics that are both captivating and meaningful. Every song has some of Jeff’s life experiences sewn in and the music is the tool to plant a seed in the hearts and minds of our listeners to strive to make each day the

New Zealand Singer Songwriter Stefanie Steven got hit by a bus just like it was in the movie “Yesterday”. Unfortunately the rest of the story is different. She bought herself a ukulele, recorded two albums in the smallest studio on the road, living in a motorhome travelling through New Zealand. Her latest music video is called “Dire Straits” where she is playing an original Charlie Musslewhite Harp as featured instrument (they’ve met in Fiji). The Video was mostly shot in the Molesworth Souts Island and in times of the Corona Virus – this could be a movie sound for a new western cowboy movie. She would appreciate your feedback.

New Zealand — Thursday, March 26th, 2020 — Where are you, Hero? We really need you! We’re living in such “Dire Straits”
These are the main lyrics for Stefanie’s latest Video mostly created in the Molesworth in the South Island of NZ.
In times of the Coronavirus, this song seems like a movie melody for a brand new western style cowboy hero.
Stefanie certainly would have enjoyed playing an original Charlie Musslewhite Harp on this recording. She was inspired after meeting him in Fiji a few years ago. unfortunately, she got hit by a bus while biking in Rotorua and this has stopped her from recording her 2019 album.
Stefanie Steven is a german-born “Travelling Philosopher”, Sports Coach and a New Zealand Singer/Songwriter. She has performed all over the world for the last 25 years and decided in January 2017 to finally write and record her own songs while traveling through New Zealand. Her firs

A Tornado About To Hit The Music Industry.

South Africa, Carletonville — Wednesday, March 25th, 2020 — Ghetto use style is a reggae/dancehall type of music. It is of modern times but not moving too far from reggae tradition. This album relates to real people with real-life issues in these trying times.

The album was created this year, it has been released and is available at almost all online stores. It is for everyone because it does not focus on a certain age group or kind of people.

“A tornado can blow everything away but this one has come to blow anyone’s taste in music away”. The time each person will take listening to this album will never go wasted.

This work was very hard to create because of the lack of proper equipment. With lots of dedication, the finest quality was finally achieved.

The album is bringing fresh air to all music lovers. Just because it was recorded as reggae it does not mean it is just pure reggae, this is a fusion of African sounds