Joan Osborne: New Album & Song!

Joan Osborne will release her eighth studio album, Love & Hate, on April 8th. After delving into rock, country and blues for her previous releases and touring with The Dead, Joan took a more personal singer-songwriter approach for her new album. You can watch the lyric video for the first single, "Work on Me," below... Continue Reading →

MS MR: Secondhand Rapture

MS MR's debut album, Secondhand Rapture, is dramatic, bombastic, sexy, moody and utterly fantastic. The NY duo's sound falls somewhere between Florence + the Machine's delicious over the top theatrics and Great Northern's haunting melodies with a little extra rhythmic oomph. Yet lead singer Lizzy Plapinger's voice has a soft, throaty timbre that would fit... Continue Reading →

Shemekia Copeland: 33 1/3

Blues singer Shemekia Copeland will return on September 25th with 33 1/3. With a guest appearance by legendary guitarist Buddy Guy and covers of songs originally recorded by Bob Dylan, Sam Cooke and Lucinda Williams, the album has both a classic and contemporary blues sound. Shemekia's voice is so strong she could sing anything, but... Continue Reading →

Norah Jones: …Little Broken Hearts

Norah Jones seems to have spent the past decade trying to escape the "Adult Contemporary" and "Jazz" labels slapped on her Grammy-winning debut, Come Away With Me (which I personally still love). After playing around with lackluster country and mainstream pop, Norah has finally found a dark, dreamy sound interesting enough to successfully break away... Continue Reading →

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