Grammy award-winning and multi-platinum selling rock band, SOUL ASYLUM used their downtime during the pandemic to create new acoustic versions of a few songs from their critically acclaimed latest release, Hurry Up and Wait. The digital recordings were completed in the midst of the COVID-19 safer-at-home orders when the band found themselves home, after their U.S. tour was cut short. Lead singer, Pirner, got together with guitarist, Ryan Smith and began streaming Friday night Quarantine Sessions from his living room.
Live From The Troubadour, the new album from original female outlaw and country music icon Tanya Tucker is out today via Fantasy Records. It's Tanya’s first release since winning two GRAMMY® Awards earlier this year for While I’m Livin’, and today, October 16th, marks the one-year anniversary of the historic set from which Live From The Troubadour originates. Stream and/or download Live From The Troubadour, HERE.
Richard Gere, Karenna Gore, Robert Thurman, and Deepak Chopra headline The Dalai Lama Global Vision Summit, a historic celebration of one of the great spiritual figures of our time.
This free, six-day online event brings together 22 renowned spiritual teachers, scientists, activists, and interfaith leaders to share and discuss the Dalai Lama’s wisdom, how it is relevant to our lives today, and his message for a better world.
Kicking off with a blaze of harmonized electric guitars sounding like when the Allman’s Elizabeth Reed checked into the Eagles’ Hotel California, Ward Davis’s new album Black Cats and Crows doesn’t waste a second on formalities. Out November 20th on Thirty Tigers, Black Cats and Crows is triumph on all fronts.
Serpentine Prison, the highly anticipated debut solo record from Matt Berninger, frontman of The National, is out now. Produced by famed Memphis multi-instrumentalist Booker T. Jones, the album is available via Book’s Records, a new imprint formed by Berninger and Jones in conjunction with Concord Records. Order the album HERE.
Just Coolin’, a never-before-released studio album by Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers that was recorded on March 8, 1959 in Rudy Van Gelder's living room studio in Hackensack, New Jersey. The session featured a short-lived line-up of The Jazz Messengers with drummer Art Blakey, trumpeter Lee Morgan, tenor saxophonist Hank Mobley, pianist Bobby Timmons, and bassist Jymie Merritt.