Fans who go to see The Avett Brothers
this summer and expect the kind of stripped-down acoustic performance
that was the acclaimed Folk Rock group’s trademark for the first decade
of its career will be in for a whole new experience.
After cranking out eight studio albums over the first 13 years of a recording career that began with the 1990 release Smoke ‘em If You Got ‘em, the group’s most recent album, Rev, marks only the second studio release from the Dallas-based group since 2004’s Revival.
Trombone Shorty's latest album, Say That to Say This, has made history by bringing together the original members of the seminal New Orleans
band The Meters for the first time in more than three
While most R&B and Dance Pop artists
keep things light lyrically, singing playful songs about the opposite
sex, going to clubs, partying and other just-for-fun subjects, there’s
not much sweetness and light on K. Michelle’s debut album, Rebellious Soul. And don’t look for any typical heartbroken anthems, either.
Brad Shultz has had a good deal of time to live with Melophobia,
the latest album from his band, Cage The Elephant. And some six months
after its release, he’s still feeling more at home with Melophobia than the band’s first two albums.