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‘Take Me To The River: New Orleans’ – Album Out Now, Film in Select Theaters Nationwide
Soundtrack to the full-length documentary film celebrates the undeniable musical history, heritage, legacy, culture, and influence of New Orleans and Louisiana!
Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter and author Janiva Magness announced her new album Hard to Kill will release on June 24 via her…
Tangerine Records Celebrates 50 Years With Two Historic Ray Charles Albums
One of the greatest artists of all time, Ray Charles successfully mastered and forever changed the blues, jazz, gospel, rock,…
New album ‘Good To Be’ Out Now via Rounder Records
The album was written between Nashville and his childhood home in Compton, which Keb’ recently purchased and renovated.
“Some of these tunes were hits, some weren’t so lucky, and some were just damn cool songs. This record gives me a chance to look back at my past while I continue to move forward, grow, and evolve as a musician, songwriter and artist.” – Curtis Stigers
Check out the visualizer for “Hey Baby” from forthcoming ‘One Day,’ available February 11!
Tangerine Records To Release Double Vinyl Collection ‘True Genius: Sides of Ray’
Ray’s unique mastery of music allowed him to continue to explore all forms of music, freely floating between jazz, blues, pop, rock, soul and country while continuing to combine them in new, unprecedented ways.
Tangerine Records Releases Lyric Video For Ray Charles’ ‘Till There Was You’
One of the greatest artists of all time, Ray Charles successfully mastered and forever changed the blues, jazz, gospel, rock, pop, and country music landscapes.
“I hope the listener will step inside the canoe and float down the Missouri River of their mind. I hope they will hear the gospel of the country, and taste the liquor in the speakeasies. I hope they will feel the freedom in the jazz of the cities, heed the call to morality in the spirituality of a day’s hard work, and the call to the Great Beyond from the Appalachians.” – Paula Cole