Grammy nominated (Best Alternative Album, 2010) Band Of Horses hails from Charleston, SC via Seattle.Originally signed to indie legend SubPop, the group has earned a reputation for truthful, mesmerizing recordings and astounding live performances. Summer 2016's album will be the first album of new songs from Band Of Horses since 2012's Mirage Rock. Casual Party is the lead single from the album and the first piece of new music in years from the band to be released.
Fresh from a sold-out run at Boston's American Repertory Theater, it makes its highly anticipated Broadway premiere. Funny, inspiring and surprisingly poignant, this irresistible slice of life features original music and lyrics by 5-time Grammy nominee Sara Bareilles (Brave, Love Song), a book by acclaimed screenwriter Jessie Nelson (I Am Sam) and direction by Tony Award winner Diane Paulus (Pippin, Finding Neverland).
Ramin DJawadi is no stranger to epic tales from fantasy worlds. Each week millions hear his music on Game of Thrones. Here he creates an exciting score to the film that finds inspiration from the popular video game.
One of the most beloved children's books, which tells the tale of one girl's adventure with a special family, comes to life in a Tony Award nominated musical that is filled with emotion.
Featuring four of country music's biggest legends, the Highwaymen were truly a supergroup. This collection features their best-known songs along with a previously unreleased cover of Bob Dylan's One Too Many Mornings.
Red hot rap duo Rae Sremmurd releases the follow-up to their hit debut album, which included the platinum-selling singles No Type and No Flex Zone. This album features the new single Look Alive.
Brian Eno returns with his first solo record since 2012. Originally conceived from experiments with three-dimensional recording techniques and formed in two interconnected parts, this is almost as much musical novel as traditional album.
Country superstar Kenny Chesney releases the follow up to his hit album The Big Revival. His latest includes the single Noise, which is quickly rising up the country charts.
Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter Bruce Hornsby continues to push the envelope with an album that reflects a refreshing approach to his songwriting while further solidifying his reputation for uncompromising artistry.
The popular 2003 Jack Black comedy comes to the stage with a musical featuring music from the legendary Andrew Lloyd Webber. The soundtrack features all the music from the show, as well as three songs from the film.
Gloria and Emilio Estefan's journey to superstardom takes center stage in a musical that features many of Gloria's chart-topping hits, as well as a new track written by Gloria and her daughter Emily called If I Never Get to Tell You.
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Brett Dennen releases the follow-up to his 2013 album Smoke and Mirrors. It offers a very personal insight into his life over the past few years.
One of Disney's most beloved animated adventures transforms into a live-action blockbuster. Oscar-nominated composer John Debney, whose past credits include Iron Man 2 and Sin City, creates an exciting score.
After five decades, there is still no other sound like the Motown sound. This collection features eleven of the biggest hits to come from the historic label.
For his eighth studio album, Da' T.R.U.T.H. delivers a unique collaboration project with well-known Christian philosopher and theologian Dr. Ravi Zacharias. Along with deep discussions, there are plenty of exciting performances.
Two years after releasing Oxygen: Inhale, Thousand Foot Krutch return with a brand new album that includes the new single Running With Giants.
Key tracks include the title tune and 'Hindsight', both by Cedar Walton. Eric Reed's 'New Boundary' is a tribute to modern jazz musician Dwayne Burno; the song title is an anagram of the late great bassist's name.
Two years after creating the score for Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Henry Jackman returns with music for what promises to be one of the biggest box office hits of 2016.
Features never-before-heard songs from the episodes included in the second half of the hit drama's sophomore season. Includes performances from Terrence Howard, Jussie Smollett, Yo Gotti, and more.
The Kills release the follow-up to their critically lauded album Blood Pressures. It showcases the band at their emotionally charged and arresting best. Includes the single Doing It To Death.
Mixing wild R&B with in-your-face vocals, the remastered version of this classic album includes eight minutes of outtakes from the January-February 1960 recording sessions.
Mudcrutch, the band that Tom Petty reunited in 2007, releases their second album. Their debut won wide acclaim, including a rave four-star review from Rolling Stone magazine.
Although the motion picture may take place in the 1960's, the selection for the film comes from recent times, featuring songs from some of the greatest songwriters and performed by the cast, including Eddie Izzard, Bono, and more.
Needtobreathe follows up their acclaimed 2009 album The Outsiders with a confident and fresh-sounding collection of songs that are epic and arena ready. The band has spent much of 2011 on the road as the opening act for Taylor Swift's Speak Now tour.
Radiohead continue to do things their way with the release of their first new album since 2011. Their unique rock style comes through on tracks like Burn the Witch.
With their 2016 album, The Jayhawks show that they still are one of America's foremost rock bands. It shows a commitment to adventure and forward motion, which makes this collection of songs exciting and instantly memorable.
Soulful singer-songwriter Mayer Hawthorne returns with his first new album in three years. It includes the tracks Love Like That and Cosmic Love.
Chrisette Michele gives her music an urban edge while singing of the love she has found with her new engagement. She's fresh, brave, beautiful, and more sensual than ever before.
My Morning Jacket's third full-length effort is remastered and remixed with thirteen previously unreleased B-sides and demos taken from the original recording session.
A U.K.-bred band full of reckless swagger and hugely catchy hooks, the Struts are returning the sweet and dirty spirit of glam to modern rock n' roll. Having already taken Europe by storm with such feats as opening for the Rolling Stones before a crowd of 80,000 in Paris last year, the newly LA-based four-piece is now breaking through to American audiences with their debut EP Have You Heard.
Along with the single Dark Necessities, the Red Hot Chili Peppers' first new album in five years also includes new guitarist Josh Klinghoffer and production from Danger Mouse.
The hard rock group led by Creed and Alter Bridge guitarist Mark Tremonti returns with the follow up to their acclaimed 2015 album Cauterize, which was a top twenty hit on the Billboard Top 200 album chart.
Little Green Cars' sophomore album features a dozen exquisitely crafted, exceptionally sung songs that shimmer with the myriad of emotions the band has been through: restlessness, regret, love, heartbreak, hope, and acceptance among them.
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.
One year after releasing Honest, Future returns with a new offering that includes the single Blow a Bag. The album also includes an appearance from Drake on the track Where Ya At.
Jon Pardi releases his highly anticipated sophomore album. The first single, Head Over Boots, is a swinging tune that immediately connects with fans while sticking to his country roots.
Peter Wolf is best known as lead vocalist for the J. Geils Band from 1967-1983. A solo artist since 1989, Peter made a real mark with 2002's Sleepless. He has fashioned a unique musical niche for himself, best described as urban Americana, mixing R&B, Bakersfield country, and soul with unique narratives. For this, he wrote nine of the twelve tracks.
Milos performs innovative new arrangements of songs by the Beatles, collaborating with celebrated artists from the pop, jazz, classical, and world music fields, including Tori Amos, Anoushka Shankar, Gregory Porter, Sergio Assad, and Steven Isserlis. Songs include Blackbird; Come Together; While My Guitar Gently Weeps; Eleanor Rigby; Fool on the Hill; and many others.
Steve Martin and Edie Brickell present the the soundtrack to the original Broadway musical that tells a sweeping tale of love and redemption set against the rich backdrop of the American South in the 1920s and 1940s.
Singer-songwriter Mark Knopfler and percussionist Evelyn Glennie combine their talents to create the soundtrack for the film starring Antonio Banderas as the man who discovered the caves at Altamira in the nineteenth century.
With his latest release, Craig Morgan creates songs that have a different emotional feel than anything else he has done before. It takes the sound of his previous album, This Ole Boy, and pushes it to another level.
Like its predecessors, this next album in the series will feature the biggest hits from some of the greatest country artists on the scene today.
In creating their new album, Michael Franti & Spearhead introduce a new sensibility to their potent blend of hip-hop, rock, folk and reggae by incorporating a gracefully arranged take on electronic music.
Beth Orton has been one of the most unique voices in music for two decades. Her sixth album reframes her unmistakable voice inside ten pure, audacious, playful, and kinetic songs. It takes a look back while staring into the future.
On the heels of his breakthrough album Sunshine & Whiskey, Frankie Ballard returns with an amazing collection of songs that comes as close to a live performance as a studio album can. It also features the single It All Started with a Beer.
One of Pixar's most beloved characters returns to the big screen in one of the most anticipated animated films of 2016. Along with a new adventures comes a new soundtrack with plenty of undersea excitement.
Jamil Rashad, also known as Boulevards, is the embodiment of funk. Taking queues from pioneers such as Prince, Rick James, and Earth Wind & Fire, Boulevards seamlessly delivers cheeky, party themed jams that range from raw and risque to soulful.
Nearly five years after their last album, Blink-182 release their seventh studio album. Features the single Bored To Death.
American Idol winner Fantasia returns with the follow up to 2013's Side Effects of You. Her latest includes the tracks So Blue; No Time For It; and Ugly.
Academy Award-winning composer James Horner creates an epic and imaginative score for the highly anticipated sci-fi adventure from director James Cameron.
Prince brings his signature funky flair to the soundtrack for Tim Burton's big screen adaptation of Batman. Includes the track Batdance.
His fifth album is a mixture of funk, rock, new wave, and soul. It contains 10 tracks, including Little Red Corvette and Delirious.
Zendaya, the star of Shake It Up and recent Dancing With the Stars contestant, releases her debut album. She has worked with an a-list team of producers on tracks that include the single Replay.
Saxophonist Branford Marsalis and leading jazz vocalist Kurt Elling collaborate on a full album for the first time. Included are songs made famous by a broad range of artists including Nat King Cole, Abbey Lincoln, Sting, and more.
A twelve track album from rock group The Avett Brothers that includes songs such as Ain't No Man; No Hard Feelings; You Are Mine; and more.
Four years after releasing Not Your Kind of People, Garbage returns with their sixth studio album. The first single, Empty, made its debut on the famous radio station KROQ.
ACM and CMA nominated vocal duo Dan + Shay return with the follow up to their smash hit debut album Where It All Began. The first single, From the Ground Up, is their fastest rising track to date on the charts.
Hailing from Denmark, Volbeat are one of the most successful hard rock acts in several years. Their sixth album includes the single The Devil's Bleeding Crown.
The follow-up to Tegan and Sara's 2013 pop breakthrough album, Heartthrob, is their eighth studio album and features the single Boyfriend.
Jessie J, Nick Jonas, Christina Aguilera, and Jon Bon Jovi are just some of the artists handpicked by Take That's Gary Barlow to perform the songs he wrote for the Broadway adaptation of the hit 2004 movie.
Sophomore album from the New Zealand singer, songwriter and actress. Proving that radio is not the only outlet for an artist, Wigmore's single Black Sheep appeared in an episode of television series Grey's Anatomy and an episode of Teen Wolf.
As a songwriter, Maren Morris has written songs for artists including Tim McGraw and Kelly Clarkson as well as for the hit TV show Nashville. As an artist she has been generating buzz with tracks like My Church, which is on her debut album.
Musician and film director Rob Zombie returns with his first new solo studio album since 2013's Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor, which debuted in the top ten on the Billboard 200. It is a full return to form for the rock icon.
The recordings of Miles Davis are reimagined by Grammy Award winner Robert Glasper with guest artists including Bilal, Stevie Wonder, Erykah Badu, Hiatus Kaiyote, and more.
Kurt Vile does his own myth-making: a boy/man with an old soul voice in the age of digital everything becoming something else, which is why this focused, brilliantly clear, and seemingly candid record is a breath of fresh air.
Along with Danny Elfman's score, the soundtrack to the Alice in Wonderland sequel features Pink's cover of the Jefferson Airplane classic White Rabbit. The pop star also contributes an original song.
The thirteenth solo album from the genius singer and songwriter.
The sixth studio album that includes the first single, 40 oz. Dream.
After an incredible year of creativity, posting 52 new songs over the course of 2015 the band releases eighteen new pop gems.
The third album from Fitz & The Tantrums is brimming with imagination, energy, and genre-smashing scope. Includes the tracks Handclap; Complicated; Do What You Want; and more.
Shawn Colvin and Steve Earl's debut self-titled album features six co-written original songs plus covers of songs made popular by such greats as the Rolling Stones and Emmylou Harris. The Deluxe edition features three additional bonus tracks.
The sophomore album from Brandy Clark, who has penned songs for Reba McEntire, Kenny Rogers, Darius Rucker, among other major names in country music. Features the single Girl Next Door.
James Franco and Tim O'Keefe are the art band duo Daddy. They have a new full-length album and full-length film. Inspiration for the record came from a book of poetry James recently published.
Critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Cate Le Bon is back with the follow-up to her 2013 release Mug Museum. She describes the album as 'a coalition of inescapable feelings and fabricated nonsense, each propping the other up.'
After striking gold with their debut album, which included the smash hit single Best Day of My Life, American Authors return with their second full length release. It includes the new single Pride.
Country superstar Jennifer Nettles's second solo album on Big Machine Records. Her powerhouse vocals and vivacious energy have made her one of the most admired singer-songwriters in music today.
A collection of 49 tracks over two discs from artist Paul McCartney that include songs such as Maybe I'm Amazed; Arrow Through Me; Jet; and more.
A twelve track album from pop artist Nick Jonas that includes songs such as Voodoo; Close; Touch; and more.
Dierks Bentley continues one of the most interesting journeys in country music with the release of his eighth studio album. It is a personal album that explores breakups, hookups, mess-ups, and everything in between.