A southern compilation album of simple and honest music featuring all new original tracks plus covers from some of country music's biggest names (John Paul White, Jason Isbell, Brent Cobb, Miranda Lambert, Chris Stapleton, Morgane Stapleton, Zac Brown, Jamey Johnson, Anderson East, Holly Williams, Brandy Clark, Rich Robinson, Shooter Jennings.)
Sturgill Simpson isn't one to rest on his laurels, which is why, less than a year after the release of his critically acclaimed debut, the singer-songwriter is coming out with his captivating and wholly unique sophomore album. The album title, an allusion to Ray Charles's groundbreaking 1962 record, hints at the psychedelic sounds found within, a departure from Simpson's first album, which drew comparisons to the music of Waylon Jennings and Merle Haggard.
Molly Pauken: Multi-instrumentalist Molly Pauken has played bass, guitar, and drums in a number of Columbus-based bands, covering a wide range of musical styles. In addition to Sirens, Molly plays with McGuffey Lane, DIVA and the John Schwab Band, as well as with various other area artists.
One of the most popular series in music returns with a new set featuring kid-friendly versions of today's biggest pop hits. Included in this installment are Uptown Funk; Jealous; Lips Are Movin; and many more.
Train, the band behind such hits as Hey Soul Sister, pays homage to one of their biggest musical inspirations with the release of the first cover album of their career. Led Zeppelin II was originally released in 1969.
Prince returns with a contemporary concoction of soul, R&B, and funk with immediate and prominent melodies. Prince's vocals are rich and solid, taking full advantage of his vocal range with decidedly seductive lyrics.
Along with 3RDEYEGIRL, Prince creates a classic band record. Many of the tracks featured here made their debut during their Hit & Run tours in the U.K., which featured incendiary performances in a series of historic venues.
...the band has re-united with Cooper and original second lead vocalist/multi-instrumentalist/songwriter Felton Pilate leading the way, wowing concert-goers across the country. More Than Love culminates the re-emergence of ConFunkShun with a beguiling 13-song set that captures that band at the peak of their powers. Produced by the same team behind Charlie Wilson's recent albums, More Than Love retains the classic ConFunkShun sound but with tastefully contemporary production.--Amazon review.
After three years, Death Cab for Cutie returns with the follow-up to Codes and Keys. This marks the first time they have released an album since the departure of guitarist Chris Walla. Includes the single Black Sun.