On her sophomore effort Banks proves herself worthy of "The Altar." This is a gorgeously introspective piece that has groove, emotion and plenty of spirit. Dark, moody but with a light and reverence to dive deep into.
Broadway Records now makes this studio cast "RADcording," a mash-up of the Shakespeare comedy and the John Hughes films of the '80s, available for a throwback hour of enjoyment.
There is truly a rustic and relaxed feeling of sitting on the back porch at night found with just the fireflies and Tanya Gallagher to light the way.
The new album from Skylar Grey, "Natural Causes" is a darkly moody exploration in vulnerability and power that is an experience from start to finish. It's a masterful journey.
Electrifying isn't even the word for this set. Deeply satisfying comes closer. Others may want this set; those smitten with all things Bowie need it.
In honor of Sinatra's 100th birthday celebration and an acknowledgement of his ever-lasting gifts as an entertainer, singer, actor and icon, here is "The Frank Sinatra Collection."
The "Carol" soundtrack is bursting with beauty; we recommend it, and also these "soundtracks" for your life.
With one of the most distinctive voices in music, Don Henley clearly brought his "A" game to the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion on Monday night.
The songs presented on "idina." are a genuine progression when thinking back to her first set of songs from 2008. There is no stopping her remarkable talents.
There aren't many bands that can emerge from the death of a lead singer intact and still musically relevant, but Alice in Chains has.