Free Download: JC Brooks and the Uptown Sound's Soulful Single 'Everything Will Be Fine'

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October 31, 2011 3:35 PM ET
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JC Brooks and the Uptown Sound

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Chicago based soul-revival band JC Brooks and the Uptown Sound released their latest album, Want More, on October 25th. The album's lead single, the catchy and soulful "Everything Will Be Fine" relies on JC Brooks' memorable vocals to convey a message of positivity. Brooks explains, "It's a song about not succumbing to worry or overreaching into the future when all that you need is right here in the present." JC Brooks and the Uptown Sound's album Want More is currently available, but you can download "Everything Will Be Fine" for free here.

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