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Phase V
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ARTIST OF THE WEEK: PHASE V



EXCLUSIVE IN DEPTH INTERVIEW - WATCH HERE!

Phase Five is a New All-Male Urban Pop vocal group based out of Los Angeles, CA. Although California is the hub, Phase Five is comprised of five different men from across the world, originally set on five different journeys. While most paths of this nature never cross, the members of Phase Five use their diversity as strength to fulfill their destiny; to entertain. The power of five has been seen before in pop music, but with the unique tones, musical influences, dance grooves, and images, Phase Five is aiming for the top spot in music history.

Be sure to visit phasevmusic.com for more on Phase V!

HEFFRON DRIVE ROCKS CITYWALK!



Last night was one of those nights I remember why I moved to L.A. As a Rusher, being invited to see Heffron Drive at Citywalk was extra special. Big Time Rush was one of my first big interviews back in the day, and to date the highest viewed. So it was a pleasure to chat with Kendall Schmidt & Dustin Belt before the show.



Was my first time seeing Heffron Drive live, and boy did they impress. Watching the show from the pit made it even better. The duo brought high energy & fun from the very beginning. Kendall has matured over the past few years, as have his lyrics but they still embody the catchy fun, make you want to sing and dance vibe that was often in Big Time Rush tunes. Songs that stick out in my mind as highlights are a cover of "Wake Me Up" and the original song "One Track Mind". 



After a handful of songs, Dustin walked off the stage and Kendall did a few acoustic numbers including an old song he dug up from when he was 16. It's not often I'm speechless at shows, but the last few songs of Heffron Drive's set I was. These guys blew me away with their performance. The instruments, the vocals, and the sheer passion came together beautifully. I especially enjoyed "Memories and Melodies" and the cover of "Rude". To end the night the band played "Parallel" for the first time with full band, and it sounded great. Thanks to Heffron Drive, Citywalk, and NBC Universal for a fun night!

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