The sophomore album from We Are The In Crowd features soaring vocals, powerful arrangements, and new musical dynamics. It is a strong follow up that is sure to please old and new fans alike.
In 2006, Amy Grant returned to Fort Worth, TX where she played her first paid gig in 1978. The CD was captured during two sold out performances at Bass Hall. Weaving a retrospective journey through a lifetime's worth of her most treasured songs, Amy invited audiences into her 'living room' for a live concert experience unlike any other. It features many of Amy's hits recorded live for the first time, including Lead Me On; Takes A Little Time; Baby Baby; and Thy Word.
Singer-songwriter Frankie Ballard returns with his sophomore album, which follows his 2011 self-titled debut. His edgy mix of country and rock comes across on tracks like the first single, Tell Me You Get Lonely.
Needtobreathe follows up their acclaimed album The Reckoning with their fifth album. It shows the sound of a band excited to reconnect with the idea of a fresh start and features the tracks Difference Maker; Multiplied; and Brother.
A two-disc set showcasing The Allman Brothers Band's very first time playing such an extended run at the Beacon.
The Glitch Mob continue their forward movement into 2014 with their sophomore album. Together they combine their different skills and aesthetics into a compelling sonic collage that shows why they are one of the top electronic acts out there today..
Legendary singer-songwriter Leon Russell adds another chapter to his illustrious career with an album that also serves as a personal journey through his life story. It is executive produced by Elton John, who Russell collaborated with for 2010's The Union.
Based on the New York Times bestselling book and film, this CD encapsulates the spirit of a true story with songs from some of the biggest names in Christian music including Casting Crowns, Third Day, and Darlene Zschech, Steven Curtis Chapman, Matt Maher, Colton Burpo, Brandon Heath.
The challenge one college freshman must face is reflected in a soundtrack that includes tracks from Newsboys, Superchick, Stellar Kart, and Jimmy Needham. Also featured are excerpts from the film's score.
Kutless continues to make a big impact with their music. Their 2014 release features the hit single You Alone, and follows in the footsteps of previous albums like Believer; It Is Well; and Hearts of the Innocent.
Crosses is the musical project featuring Deftones vocalist Chino Moreno, Far guitarist Shaun Lopez, and Chuck Doom. Their debut album includes the single Bitches Brew, which made its debut on Rolling Stone's website.
Lake Street Dive is a band on the cusp of stardom. Their latest album is a blend of influences including Brill Building girl groups, British Invasion rock, horn-driven Stax R&B, Motown soul and even The Band-like gospel blues.
On October 16, 1992, an impressive group of artists (Bob Dylan, Eddie Vedder, Neil Young, Lou Reed, George Harrison, Stevie Wonder, Willie Nelson, Eric Clapton, John Mellencamp, Johnny Cash, Tracy Chapman, June Carter Cash) gathered at Madison Square Garden in New York City to celebrate the music of Bob Dylan on occasion of his 30th anniversary of recording. The four hour show celebrated a truly remarkable lifetime of songs. The show was broadcast around the world and featured a cast of musical notables performing carefully chosen selections from the Dylan songbook. At evening's end, Dylan appeared on stage and gracefully brought it all back home again.
Fifteen modern worship favorites are performed for kids by kids in a collection that follows in the footsteps of such series as I Could Sing of Your Love Forever. Included are songs made famous by Chris Tomlin, Hillsong, and more.
The fourteenth studio album from Tori Amos is her first new collection of original songs in five years. It is both a one further step in her artistic evolution while marking a return to the inspiring and personal music that she has become known for.
Down for a get down Turn it up Cold beer with your name on it Wanted me gone Hillbilly limo A little memory Drink, drink, drink Left this town Firebird Hank crankin' people.
With this 1965 release, the Beatles were beginning to take their sound in new musical directions. The American version sees It's Only Love and I've Just Seen a Face replace Drive My Car and Nowhere Man on the track list.
Unlike its British counterpart, the American album accompanying the release of the Beatles' second film features a mix of songs from the Fab Four as well as the instrumental score from movie.
Having co-written and been featured on two of 2013's best-selling tracks, Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines and Daft Punk's Get Lucky, the Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter/producer releases his latest that includes the hit single and Oscar nominated Happy, featured on the Despicable Me 2 Soundtrack.