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This Week in Music

By Lori Alamia,
Grammys, Groban and other music news....

Josh Groban released his sixth studio album All That Echoes. It includes covers of songs like Stevie Wonder’s “I Believe (When I Fall in Love it will be Forever)" and Glen Hansard’s “Falling Slowly” as well as original tracks like “Brave”

Here is a teaser video Groban released:

Country music superstar Tim McGraw released his newest album and first release with Big Machine label Two Lanes of Freedom. It includes a song, “Highway Don’t Care,” featuring Taylor Swift and Keith Urban.

Here is the video from another popular song off the album “One of Those Nights”

Christian rock band Red released their new album Release the Panic. Meanwhile, alternative rock band, Coheed and Cambria released their album The Afterman:Decension.

Just in time for Mardi Gras, jazz singer Harry Connick Jr. released new album Smokey Mary.

The album is named after the train engine parade float.

In other news:

The Grammy Awards are this Sunday and Taylor Swift is stressed and excited about being the opening act.

Other artists that will be performing include Bruno Mars, Rihanna and Kelly Clarkson.

Almost a year has passed since Whitney Houston’s death. She will be remembered at Clive Davis’ party.

Mariah Carey is releasing a new song this month. She did a track for the upcoming Disney film Oz.

Boy band The Wanted were wanted for a reality show. The show will be on E! in June.

Justin Timberlake released album cover and track list for his new album coming out in March.

Justin Bieber broke records this week with his album Believe Acoustic. He is the youngest artist to have five number one hit albums.

Band Fall Out Boy ends their three year hiatus. They will be releasing a new album and going on tour.

And finally, after last week’s Super Bowl performance, Beyonce and Destiny’s Child’s album sales saw a huge increase. Beyonce also announced that she will be on a world tour starting in June.

 
 

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