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Monday, 18 January 2021

Country : Nia Nicholls,Country recording artist from UK performing on American Road Radio the latest release 'Cali Beaches'.

 Nia Nicholls,,country recording artist from UK performing on American Road Radio the latest release 'Cali Beaches'.

My name is Nia Nicholls,20 years old, and I am a country recording artist.

My new single "Cali Beaches" is inspired by my recording trip to San Diego .

Cali Beaches
'Cali Beaches' cover from  late single by Nia Nicholls

 I've recently been signed to Uniq Recording Artists, being signed has always been a dream of mine. I write all of my songs solo and I've also been over to Nashville to record a few songs.

Nia Nicholls is a recording artist signed to Bob Patmore's Record Label, Uniq Recording Artists. 

She has been recording, performing, and writing since she was just 11 years old and has since had the opportunity to record not only in Nashville but also in San Diego.

At 17, she was invited to Manchester, to perform at the country music festival "Buckle & Boots" 2018. 

Nia has also had Dylan Scott, who had the Number 1 single in America with his hit single "My Girl", promote her music through Instagram videos and has concluded she is "one to watch". 

Recently, Nia was invited to have an interview with Roy Noble on BBC Radio Wales, where they played Nia's song, "Close To You". This single, like her others, was recorded in Nashville with musicians who have performed with Taylor Swift, Shawn Mendes, Lady Antebellum, and many more. 

Keep an eye out on Spotify for Nia's new music!

Sunday, 17 January 2021

Great discovery in Egypt: Fifty coffins decorated with excerpts of the mysterious 'Book of Dead' !

Great discovery in Egypt:

Fifty coffins decorated with excerpts of the mysterious 'Book of Dead' ! 

Egyptian Archaeologists

This news comes three months after scientists discovered almost 60 mummies and 30 statues of ancient gods at a burial complex that also houses ancient monasteries and numerous pyramids, including the iconic Step Pyramid built for the Pharaoh Djoser.

Egyptian archaeologists continue to surprise by making yet another discovery that may shed light on the New Kingdom period, which lasted from the 16th century BC to the 11th century BC. A group of local scientists uncovered an ancient funerary temple dedicated to Queen Neith and 50 coffins that date back to 3,000 BC. According to a statement released by Egypt's Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, this is the first time scientists have discovered coffins at the Saqqara necropolis dating back to that period and thus are considered one of the most important archaeological findings to date.
The coffins discovered in burial shafts at depths of 10 to 12 metres, are "anthropoid" and are decorated with scenes depicting gods that were worshipped during the New Kingdom period as well as excerpts from the Book of the Dead, an ancient funerary text, which ancient Egyptians believed helped the deceased during their journey to the other world.

Egyptian 'Book of Dead'

Scientists also found a 4 metre-long papyrus, a shrine dedicated to Anubis, the god of death in ancient Egypt, funerary masks, a large number of statues depicting deities such as the god of fertility, agriculture, and life Osiris.

According to the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, the discovery of ancient coffins confirms the existence of numerous workshops that made the funerary boxes bought by locals.


The development comes three months after local archaeologists discovered almost 60 mummies in the Saqqara complex and two months after scientists unearthed more than 100 sarcophagi. At the time, Minister of Tourism Khaled al-Anani predicted that more exciting findings would be made by local scientists and it seems he was right.

Later this year, Egyptian authorities plan to open the Grand Egyptian Museum. Described by local officials as the largest archaeological museum, it will showcase well-known items such as the Tutankhamun collection as well as new findings discovered in recent years.

Friday, 15 January 2021

"Crossbones'Creed",hard rock band from Sochi,Russia performing by American Road Radio as Artist Supported

"Crossbones'Creed" is a hard rock band formed in Sochi,
in the South of Russia on 2014

"Crossbones'Creed" band
"Crossbones'Creed" band from Sochi,Russia

"Crossbones'Creed" has a soul plenty of hard rock & southern rock with a slight flavor of post-grunge lyrics, inspired by Creed and their lead vocalist and composer Scott Stapp. 

Well,now we invite you to listen to  song on air by 

American Road Radio,the main road to Rock. 


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Friday, 25 December 2020

Merry Xmas ! Special Show on line : 'Christmas in Rock ' by American Road Radio


#MerryXmas !

Special Show on line :

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