Rue Vox debuts single/video “River” with TLG Entertainment/INgrooves

Delivering a rare, but true rendition of another artist’s song is sometimes challenging to handle. However, there are times when the utmost respect is given and a song becomes a new piece all its own from the very start. Such is the case of the “River” (Bishop Briggs) cover enveloped by the sultry soulful rocking vocals of the artist Rue Vox. “River” flows as if it were meant to be Rue’s all along. There are times when you close your eyes, you can taste all the influences come beating through every note, rhythm, and melody as they are caressed by Rue’s commanding voice. “River” is a delectable introduction to what Rue Vox is bringing to us in the ensuing months ahead. Working closely with Brian Steele Medina of Gemini Syndrome, Rue Vox has created an expressive moving modern track that takes the listener on a journey.

“This song perfectly encapsulates the juxtaposition of love and hate and how quickly each can turn into the other. I absolutely adore Bishop Briggs’ modern soulful sound and wanted to sing this song ever since I first heard it! I just wanted to make sure I did it justice; It’s a favorite of mine! When working with Brian, the song just seemed to take on a life of its own and it slowly evolved into a cool electro alt-rock sound,” says Vox .