The sound filling us up this month with blues, rock, jazz: Adam Ahuja will be the latest one-man band to rock your world. Six new faces come together to make a bold new jazz statement. Mama SpanX will spank you solid. Monk Lives. Jim Shaneberger protests like Dylan. And there’s a new British Invasion.
Set to be released January 12, “The Big Ol’ Nasty Getdown” is a compilation celebrating 10 Years of collaboration.
Although Prince had released five albums prior to “Purple Rain,” up until that time he had demonstrated only a hint of his true crossover potential.
In support of Record Store Day on April 16th Black Bell Records is pleased to announce a FREE limited edition 12″ Vinyl Compilation.
Bedouin Soundclash has set the U.S. physical release date for their latest album “Light the Horizon” as Tuesday, June 7.
Fans of rock music icons the ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND are getting ready for their annual pilgrimage to New York City’s Beacon Theatre, starting March 10.
JP, Chrissie and The Fairground Boys proves a hit for iconic Pretender
Ricky Nelson’s music will always be revered. Twin sons Matthew and Gunnar Nelson carry on his legacy.
Colored vinyl of Ricky Nelson on Imperial Records is one collector’s most treasured item.
Classic album includes the first-ever official release of McCartney’s 1974 “One Hand Clapping” documentary.