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Blues in its broadest sense encompasses so many emotions from the darkest moods to the lightest of hues. ‘The World Of Ben Vaughn’ is at the latter end of the spectrum. A nostalgic slice of vinyl worthy of a place in your pile.
‘Painted Shield 2’ – Stone Gossard, Mason Jennings, Brittany Davis, and Matt Chamberlain Join Forces on Cohesive Rock Album
‘Painted Shield 2’ is truly a collection of tunes that are greater than the sum of their parts.
‘SOLO,’ out April 8, perhaps is best described as an exploration of the darker side of love and life.
Sugaray reminds us to “be good to one another.” And that just may be the most important message the album has to offer.
Nero Simon & The Sunsetters Open a ‘Treasure Chest’ Filled with Contemporary Sounds of Sunsets, Sand, and Surf
New York-born Nero started playing a Fender Stratocaster as a teenager and spent his time wandering the Florida coast from Ft. Lauderdale all the way down to the Keys. Nero’s search for music and sunshine during those travels are evident in his lyrics.
Trombone Shorty’s new album is a happy jam that will turn the darkest days into a ‘Lifted’ one.
In songwriter mode, Kiefer Sutherland writes what he knows. He takes a walk down ‘Bloor Street’ and you almost feel like you are walking along with him.
What Bob Wolfman does with his mentor isn’t a retreat, but rather an inspiration
“My new album, ‘The Beat Goes On,’ offers light to darkness. It covers the themes of love, beauty, hope and nature, and sets these in opposition to sadness, loss, fear, and hurt. ‘The Beat’ draws on blues, soul, folk, jazz, Americana, and roots music.” – Sean Taylor
The globe-spanning collection ‘UP’ from Helsinki-based Sam Huber and producer/co-writer Tomás Doncker releases today!