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She's one of India's biggest stars, a model for Guess, an actress and a growing pop artist. Today, Priyanka Chopra has released the music video for her cover of Bonnie Raitt's 1991 hit, "I Can't Make You Love Me," and her co-star for the clip is a familiar face to television fans. Actor Milo Ventimiglia (MOB CITY, HEROES, CHOSEN) appears as her would-be lover. Check it out below...

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This week, THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS bassist DANNY WEINKAUF released NO SCHOOL TODAY, his first solo-album of Kindie rock goodness. While you've still got a few more days left in which you could win one right here on THE ROCK FATHER, the album hit Amazon and iTunes, and with it came a new music video for "Marsupial." Check it out below, and crank it up!

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Well, this is a reminder out of nowhere. The folks at READING RAINBOW have been in touch a few times over the past few years, and every time I hear from them, I automatically end up getting the theme song to the iconic LeVar Burton family literature series stuck in my head. So why did it get stuck in my head this morning? No, it wasn't communique from READING RAINBOW at all, but an email from comedy metal band, PSYCHOSTICK. The band has just released a cover version of that earworm-inducing theme song, and you can hear it right here on THE ROCK FATHER, below.

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"To all the papa's out there. Enjoy every minute of your kids. Nothing is more important," says New York's RENE LOPEZ about "Here Comes Another Day," the new music video from his forthcoming album, PAINT THE MOON GOLD. Shot earlier this month, the clip features the Lopez Kids - Cosimo and Ara - in an appearance that happened spontaneously as Rene and Director Ehud Lazin set out for an afternoon of filming. Check it out below, right here on THE ROCK FATHER.

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MILKSHAKE's 2013 album, GOT A MINUTE? was a favorite hear upon release last year, and now the Baltimore-based Kindie rockers have released a new music video to go along with it. "Girls Wanna Dance" takes the kindie grooves back to 1975 - a time when live bands rocked-out in front of the kids for a truly memorable "school dance" experience. Check out the new video below, right here on THE ROCK FATHER...

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"I love it, Dad." That's what Addie said to me after watching "Cinnamon Bear," the new music video from Brooklyn-based Kindie artist SUZI SHELTON's forthcoming album, SMILE IN MY HEART (more details on that, here). "He looks like my Halloween Bear. Actually, he might be related to Poopsie Bear," she said. She might be right, but now "Cinnamon Bear" has hit the 'net for all of you to see and enjoy. Call the kids to gather 'round the internet-connected device, and hit play on the box below...

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