Rocket Records is conducting a special North American talent search competition via YouTube throughout all of 2013 entitled PROJECT DISCOVERY.
Our Executive Team members, some of whom had a major hand in launching the ultra-successful careers of iconic pop music artists such as the Backstreet Boys, NSYNC, JoJo, and many more, will be looking to find only TWO (one male and one female) undiscovered solo artists currently under the age of 21 who possess serious dreams of becoming a successful pop music sensation. The two winners shall each receive a 1-year record development contract with Rocket Records.
For more information regarding PROJECT DISCOVERY, simply visit the contest's official page.
The debut EP from Saagar Ace has now been released worldwide. To purchase the album or individuals songs from it, click on the album cover directly below:
Matthew Parker working on new material:
Matthew Parker has been writing new material for his deput EP, set to drop in the Fall of 2013. Be sure to check out Matthew's official page here on the Rocket Records website to find out all of the latest news regarding Matthew.
Check out Casey Picou's smooth live acoustic cover of Usher's song "OMG".
Here is the video:
Be sure to visit Casey's official page:
Be sure to check out Pamela Stone's latest music video.
Here it is:
Tim Coons (L) and Howie Dorough (R)
Tim Coons recently finished producing Backstreet Boys member Howie Dorough’s newest solo album, entitled "Howie D. - Live From Toronto".
Tim states, “It was really great to be working with Howie on this special music project. I have known Howie since he was a teenager back when I was heavily involved with the Backstreet Boys during their beginning years. Howie Dorough has always been very gracious to work with. He is the consummate professional in everything that he sets out to do. I am glad the "Howie D. - Live From Toronto" album has been received so positively. Howie really has an opportunity to showcase his amazingly smooth voice on this particular solo album of his. A few years back, Howie and I had tremendous amount of fun doing a record together that eventually went on to become number one and achieved platinum status in the Philippines named “I'll Be There”, a duet with Howie and Asian superstar Sarah Geronimo. It was the most recognized single of Sarah's album "Just Me”, which achieved platinum status back in 2008, something that Howie and I are both very proud of."
Tim remains close with the Backstreet Boys on both a personal and professional level, and always enjoys his time working with them. He was the original music producer and vocal coach for the group.