The acoustic blues great's last seven releases have been tribute albums to some of the greatest old-time bluesmen, now she’s starting on the women. "A Woman's Soul: A Tribute to Bessie Smith” is the first of a series she will dedicate to the women of the blues.
The third solo album from the leader of My Morning Jacket has a title that perfectly describes it. “Uniform Distortion” is a collection of guitar ready rockers about the digital age and it’s darker side.
The final song on the new album “All of This Life” is called “I'm Changing” but fans of the band’s Grammy nominated debut need not worry they are still rockin’ the blues like no other band today and using the experience of the success they’ve had to inspire them to ever greater heights
Guitars rule on the Australian artist's new album “Tell Me How You Really Feel.” The Nirvana inspired bashing combined with her deadpan vocals make this a welcome anomaly in a music world increasingly dominated by synths and auto-tune.
On his new album “The Prodigal Son” there are eight covers of old Blues and Gospel songs and three new originals, illustrating his view of himself as a caretaker of American roots music, one who has returned to where he started more than 50 years ago.
The indie band from Philadelphia has been around for over 15 years but recently re-evaluated their process. Thankfully, tinkering is all that was needed and “Critical Equation” sounds as fresh as anything they’ve done.
“True Love,” the third album from this five piece reggae outfit from Hampton Roads, throbs with rhythmic intensity and psychedelia and doesn’t let up until they get their message of positivity and togetherness across.
Her new album's title,“Edgeland,” is a term used to describe areas of the United States that fall between the urban centers and the rural countryside. It’s the perfect metaphor for her hard-to-categorize music.