Lenny Kravitz will release a live package titled Just Let Go on October 23.
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Alabama’s repertoire has always been a solid blend of foot-stomping anthems and tender ballads, and the tradition continues on Southern Drawl , the first album of original songs from the trio of Randy Owen, Teddy Gentry and Jeff Cook since 2001. One of the many highlights on the collection is “Come Find Me,” a road weary musician’s message to the object of his affection. Southern Comforts: 25 Best Songs About the South Owen’s lead vocal conveys the ache of separation, but there’s also a playful edge. “There’s a line that says, ‘Every now and then, I get to rolling and the wheels come loose. I’m rocking like a rock star dude out here in the crazy.’ We’ve lived that one
Clint Black had time to kill when making On Purpose , his first new album in a decade. The multi-platinum-selling country legend was having too much fun — and wearing too many hats — making the LP to be in any sort of rush. 100 Greatest Country Songs of All Time “I’ve been a maniac,” he told Rolling Stone Country earlier this summer while still putting the finishing touches on the new music. “I’ll spend two days getting a guitar part just right, when I could be hiring guys like Brent Mason to come over and do it in an hour
Taylor Swift’ s 1989 world tour has featured an epic roster of special guests, with names getting bigger and weirder as it’s progressed. For her final show at Los Angeles’ Staples Center, Swift brought out actress Lisa Kudrow, who reprised her famous Friends character Phoebe Buffay. See Taylor Swift Duet With Natalie Maines in L.A. With acoustic guitar in hand, Swift introduced Kudrow as her fictional character, who appeared onstage to perform Buffay’s song “Smelly Cat” with the singer. Suddenly, Kudrow interrupted Swift to offer some Buffay-esque critiques
The Velvet Underground’s 1970 album Loaded is to be reissued in a deluxe box set.
For his second headlining tour, Jon Pardi has recruited friends he’s known since before they all had record deals. Brothers Osborne will join the “Drinkin’ With Me” singer on his All Time High Tour, presented by Texas Roadhouse, with a string of 18 dates starting October 8th in San Diego. Brothers Osborne on Country: ‘People Are Tired of Bullsh-t’ “Out of all the tours I’ve been fortunate to be a part of, this one is especially exciting because we’ve been building towards this moment for a while.
Metric have released another spacey, stirring, synth-soaked new track, “Fortunes,” from their upcoming LP, Pagans In Vegas . Hear Metric’s Glossy New Single ‘The Shade’ The song, which premiered on Entertainment Weekly , begins with Emily Haines crooning over punchy percussion and an ominous piano progression, both of which are intermittently sliced by a sickly, eerie synth line. It all builds, however, to a serene chorus — big drums, warm acoustic guitars that echo into space — and these two components continue to push and pull at each other throughout the track. Haines told EW she wrote “Fortunes” while watching many of her friends leave New York City for Los Angeles.
Bon Jovi have released a lyric video for their track A Teardrop To The Sea.
Ghost have been forced to postpone their show in Philadelphia next month because Pope Francis is visiting the city the same day.
Lemmy says he’s given up Jack Daniels and Coke and prefers to sip on vodka and orange.
Janelle Monáe and her Wondaland Records roster have united for “Hell You Talmbout,” a police brutality protest song posted to Soundcloud on Thursday. Over marching drums, Monáe, Jidenna, Roman GianArthur, Deep Cotton, St. Beauty and George 2.0 shout out names of African-Americans killed by police officers, pausing for gospel chants on the chorus. Hear Prince’s Freddie Gray Protest Song ‘Baltimore’ The list of names includes Walter Scott, Jerame Reid, Phillip White, Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin, Sean Bell, Freddie Gray, Aiyana Jones, Sandra Bland, Kimani Gray, John Crawford III, Michael Brown, Miriam Carey, Sharonda Singleton, Tommy Yancy, Jordan Baker, Amadou Diallo and – connecting the theme of white-on-black violence to decades past – Emmett Till.
The Allman Brothers-curated Peach Festival returns for its fourth season of jammy vibes, screaming fiddles and drum circles this weekend, but, according to Gregg Allman, don’t expect this to be the moment where his band, who took their final ride to midnight at the Beacon Theater last year, comes together for an impromptu (or even planned) reunion. Because, if the Allmans ever do jam again, Allman likes to think bigger — and doesn’t want it to appear like just a publicity stunt for the annual event tucked away on the Montage Mountain resort outside of Scranton, Pennsylvania. See Gregg Allman’s Sentimental ‘Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More’ “It’s a coincidence that we are on the same bills, because we are booked by different people,” Allman tells Rolling Stone Country about the lineup, which includes ex-bandmates like Warren Haynes , Jai “Jaimoe” Johnson and Oteil Burbridge, along with Bob Weir (with Billy and the Kids), Willie Nelson & Family, Old Crow Medicine Show and Santana, as well as buzzy groups like Whiskey Myers and Cabinet. “They don’t book us together so we can jam. Check with me in two or four years — I don’t know the timeline — but if we did [reunite], we’d do it right.