A total of 29 tracks over two discs of Kenny Chesney's live concert that includes songs such as Flora-Bama; Big Star; Somewhere With You; and more. -Midwest Tape
Following an incredible success with his debut album In the Lonely Hour, including four Grammy Awards, Sam Smith is back with his sophomore album. It includes the single Too Good at Goodbyes.
Features 50 of the most popular songs from Maranatha! Music's classic Praise Series.
Twenty warm and festive holiday classics from Frank Sinatra's legendary catalog are showcased in a new collection that also features appearances from his children Nancy, Tina, and Frank Jr.
Rachel Platten, the voice behind the breakout hit Fight Song, is back with her fourth album. It features the singles Broken Glass and Perfect for You.
Walk the Moon continues their upward trajectory, which blasted off with the 2015 smash hit Shut Up and Dance, with their third album. Upon its release, the first single, One Foot, became one of the most added songs on alternative radio.
A fifteen track album from Luke Bryan that includes songs such as Out of Nowhere; Most People are Good; Bad Lovers; and more.
The funk runs deep and rich on Bootsy Collins's first studio album since 2011. Populated with musical friends old and new, it marks both a reckoning and significant reboot. Some of those friends include Musiq Soulchild, Chuck D, and Buckethead.
Gregory Porter crafts a heartfelt tribute to the legendary Nat 'King' Cole by revisiting some of Cole's cherished classics, including Smile; L-O-V-E; Nature Boy; and The Christmas Song.
The Ten Tenors fill their new holiday album with their wildly popular blend of traditional and pop favorites. Among the songs they perform here are Amazing Grace; The Little Drummer Boy; and White Christmas.
Legendary tenor Placido Domingo welcomes the holiday season along with some of the biggest names in music, including Tony Bennett, Jose Carreras, and the Vienna Symphony Orchestra.
Three-time Grammy Award winners Maroon 5 release their highly anticipated sixth studio album, which includes the singles What Lovers Do; Cold; and Help Me Out.
In the past, country superstars Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have performed live together on their Soul II Soul Tour. Now they are releasing their first album together, which includes the popular title track.
Thirteen of Michael Jackson's most electrifying and danceable tracks are compiled in a new collection that also includes a newly created bonus track, Blood on the Dance Floor X Dangerous.
Violinist and conductor Andre Rieu brings classical music and waltzes to the masses with an album full of fan favorites and classics, including The Blue Danube; Love Theme from The Godfather; and much more.
Jerrod Niemann marks the beginning of a new chapter in his career with the release of his fourth major label album. Along with the single God Made a Woman, it includes the track A Little More Love, a collaboration with Lee Brice.
Features Franklin's instantly recognizable voice woven together with new orchestral arrangements. The result is another timeless album that retains the soul, groove, and gospel power of Franklin's revered talent.
Juno Award winning world music ensemble Sultans of String release an album filled with Christmas classics, as well as appearances from many special guests.
One boy's dream of becoming an accomplished musician, just like his idol, leads him on a mysterious chain of events in the colorful Land of the Dead. It is another extraordinary musical journey from Disney and Pixar.
Fourteen of Tegan and Sara's favorite artists interpret tracks from the duo's acclaimed 2007 album. Included are performances from Ryan Adams, Ruth B., City and Colour, Sara Bareilles, and Bleachers.
Barenaked Ladies fill their fifteenth studio album with a variety of sounds and a healthy dose of the humor that has made them one of music's most beloved bands. The first single, Lookin' Up, made its debut on Billboard's website.
Carla Bruni returns with an exciting collection of some of rock music's most classic hits, all performed in her signature softer, coffeehouse style. Included are covers of songs by Depeche Mode, ABBA, and the Rolling Stones.
Mitch Grassi and Scott Hoying of Pentatonix offer up the first official release of music stemming from their YouTube music, comedy, and lifestyle channel.
George Benson, Madeleine Peyroux, Laura Mvula, Babel Gilberto, and Jamie Callum are just some of the artists who deliver jazzy remakes of Disney classics on this album.
In the summer of 2016, Grace VanderWaal won over audiences while winning the eleventh season of America's Got Talent. One year later, she is releasing her debut album. It includes the tracks Moonlight and So Much More Than This.
The fourth album from New Politics, which includes the single One of Us, reflects the changes that have taken place in the band, including their brother-like bond. It also features an appearance from Weezer's Rivers Cuomo.
Keyshia Cole returns with the follow-up to her hit album Point of No Return. Her latest includes the singles Incapable; Best Friend; and You. There are also appearances from French Montana, Remy Ma, DJ Khaled, and more.
Anthology: Through the Years basically offers all the singles and album rock radio favorites, with a couple of odd selections here and there and one new song, Surrender. This collection covers the basics without diving to deep into Petty's career.
Three-time Grammy Award-winning superstar Gwen Stefani releases her first ever holiday album. The set features a mix of original and classic holiday tunes, including a duet with Blake Shelton. -Midwest
Country superstar and The Voice judge Blake Shelton releases the follow-up to his hit 2016 release If I'm Honest. The first single, I'll Name the Dogs, has quickly become a top twenty hit on country radio.
Five-time Academy Award-winning composer John Williams returns to create an epic soundtrack for the newest installment in the Star Wars franchise.
The second solo album from Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter and Smashing Pumpkins frontman William Patrick Corgan.
A collection of ten Christmas originals, re-imagined classics, and a special version of their hit song The Proof of Your Love featuring their sister and artist Rebecca St. James.
Lee Ann Womack, one of the most distinctive vocalists in music, releases an album that mixes the country, soul, gospel, and blues of her native East Texas. It is her most personal album to date.
Celebrating their 25th anniversary in show business, iconic R&B vocal group Boyz II Men return with their new album, which sees them putting their spin on classics including Why Do Fools Fall in Love; I Only Have Eyes for You; and Stay.
With their follow-up to 2014's Savages, Theory of a Deadman delivers frank, earnest lyricism and extraordinary melodies with massive power and electrifying dynamics. The album also includes the single Rx.
Lindsey Stirling's first ever holiday album features a collection of cheerful holiday classics plus three original songs, performed in a style of orchestral meets big band and jazzy vibes.
Once again, Mavis Staples joins forces with Wilco's Jeff Tweedy for an album that is inspired by the fight for equality in today's current events. It is the perfect message for today and by far her best work to date.
Chris Young follows the release of his acclaimed 2015 album I'm Comin' Over with a brand new studio album. Along with co-producing the album, he served as a co-writer on all ten tracks, including on the new single Holiday.
By the end of 2016, Margo Price was one of the most celebrated new artists in country music. Here she delivers on the promise of her debut album and then some, all while depicting the trails of everyday life with unflinching honesty.
Diana Ross, Mary Wilson, and Florence Ballard—a.k.a. The Supremes—ushered in 1965 with the electrifying, era-defining “Stop! In the Name of Love,” their fourth of five consecutive, record-breaking, chart-topping singles. In that year alone, the undisputed queens of Motown released five sizzling LPs, including their only holiday album: the instant classic Merry Christmas. -Amazon.com
After its surprise digital release, Brand New's eighth studio album landed at the top of the Billboard album charts, giving the band their first number one album. Now the CD release is on the way.
Two years after releasing the smash hit debut album The First Time, rising country music star Kelsea Ballerini returns with her sophomore album. It includes the new single Legends.
From one of Christian music's best selling artists comes this collection of new and traditional Christmas songs.
Lee Brice releases his self-titled album.
Vocal quartet 98 Degrees releases their first new album in four years and the follow-up eighteen years in the making to the now classic and platinum-certified album This Christmas.
A collection of smart and sensual soul-inspired pop that immediately belongs among the legendary label's classic canon. -Midwest Tape
In the way that Abigail Washburn and Bela Fleck both have used the banjo as a bridge between cultures, this record bridges traditional Appalachian tunes with original songs that address relevant topics in today's world.
The alt-rock band has proven themselves a force in the industry with a twenty year catalog that features chart topping hits such as Buddy Holly; Say It Ain't So; Hash Pipe; Beverly Hills; Perfect Situation; Pork and Beans; El Scorcho; Island In The Sun; and more.
Chase Rice follows up the success of his chart-topping album Ignite the Night with the release of his fourth album. It includes the single Three Chords & the Truth. .
After leaving some cryptic clues on social media, Taylor Swift announced her return to music and the release of her sixth studio album. Fans are already talking about the first single, Look What You Made Me Do. -Midwest Tape
Grammy Award winning composer/musician Chip Davis, the brains behind Mannheim Steamroller, turns 70 in September. He thought it would be groovy to release his latest work on his birthday. This is the first original album that he has done in several years that is close in concept to the Fresh Aire series.
From Andrew & Polly's radical podcast for kids comes this collection of quirky, eclectic, and addictive earworms. There are also appearances from Mista Cookie Jar, Lil'J, Izzy, and Kalinga.