Sarah Ross isn't afraid to be different when it comes to country music.
Baritone saxophone virtuoso Charles Evans’ seventh album On Beauty, which was released May 12 on More is More Records, is also his second album written for and featuring the talented soprano sa
If you ever wanted a perfect blend of musical theater and pop music totally separate from a musical score book from a popular Broadway show, then you should buy Joey Contreras’ Young Kind of Love
Composer and conservatory trained tuba player Rob Teehan’s debut solo album titled, Come Home, which was released on June 10 courtesy of the Ontario Arts Council, brings forth the ardor of 19th
For the Taylor Swifts and Carrie Underwoods out there, you can make room for Rachel Potter as her country album Not so Black and White is definitely a win.
The inspirational band First Year on Earth has been traveling the South, spreading their feel-good message on the importance of living one’s life to the fullest potential.
The Rolling Stones were at their best from 1968 through 1972, releasing Beggars Banquet, Let It Bleed, Sticky Fingers and Exile on Main Street.
Australian Alternative/Indie Rock band, Calais, debuted new energetic music on their Silhouette EP release.
December in Red has released The Way Out, which isn't for easy listening fans. This is an aggressive, hard-hitting and ear-piercing take on what metal can sound like in 2015.
Although this internationally-renowned saxophonist is probably often mistaken for the English singer and songwriter JessIE J, in the jazz world JessY J has certainly become one of the ge
Alternative rock band Filligar recently released their newest album, Keepsakes of the Interior on May 19.
The Brooklyn Gypsies released their debut album, Sin Fronteras, on March 5 and have become recognized as one of Brooklyn’s hidden gems.

Join Our Newsletter

Popular Threads