“Anyways, I Love You,” the new song from platinum-selling trio Wild Rivers, is debuting today. Watch/share the official music video, directed by Hannah Gray Hall and produced by Weird Candy, HERE.


Today, Jam Cruise announces its eagerly anticipated artist lineup and complete event details for the 21st edition of the esteemed music cruise. This concert vacation at sea brings an eclectic community of first-time performers, Jam Cruise veterans, super-groups and master guests onboard an intimate cruise across the Caribbean. The complete lineup is included below.


As sci-fi fans gear up to celebrate Star Wars Day (May the 4th), Los Angeles singer-songwriter-guitarist David Haerle has a must-add track for their playlists. “The Great Galaxy Sci-Fi Convention Show” song and video are out today, Friday, May 3. Paired with an out-of-this-world animated video by Michael Pottle, there’s an interesting and personal backstory with this song.

“The Great Galaxy Sci-Fi Convention Show” out today, Friday, May 3:


In an unexpected twist at the Sick New World Festival in Las Vegas, Primus turned a potential disaster into a stroke of rock 'n' roll luck. Coming off of a two-night sold-out run at Red Rocks in Colorado along their Sessanta Tour with Puscifer and A Perfect Circle, the band faced a new challenge when a snowstorm stranded their gear.

"One More Lifetime," the new recording by John Hurlbut and Jorma Kaukonen, "…is more than exciting – it is the stuff of dreams!" muses Jorma Kaukonen. The album is replete with Jorma and John’s musical history and friendship. The picking is stellar, and the singing is soulful. In addition to several classics like Dylan’s “I’ll Remember You” and Woody Guthrie’s “Pastures of Plenty,” they included two of John Hurlbut’s originals, “Day in the Country” and “Lazy Saint.”

Today, May 3rd, 2024, we at Grateful Web celebrate the birthday of a true American icon, Bing Crosby, whose mellifluous voice and charismatic presence have left an unforgettable mark on music and popular culture. Bing Crosby, born Harry Lillis Crosby, Jr. in 1903, transformed the entertainment landscape with his soothing baritone and effortless charm, influencing countless artists and delighting audiences across the world.


Happy birthday to James Brown, the Godfather of Soul! Here at Grateful Web, we honor his profound impact on the music world, detailing his most celebrated songs, his enduring influence in soul and R&B, his effect on modern artists, his iconic role in the "Rocky" movies, and his unmistakable swagger and style. Let's dive deep into the legacy of one of the most dynamic and influential figures in music history.

1. Top 10 Songs


“Traumatic events and warm events leave psychological imprints—there’s this pattern to it,” says Knoxville, Tennessee-based performer, Adeem The Artist who’s been busy thinking about the way a lifetime of experiences can pile up in a person’s brain. “Different moments and different impressions throughout our lives will ripple out and demand repeated engagement. They play out in little holidays that we celebrate over and over.”

CMH RECORDS (Country. Music. Heritage.) maintains a rich history of classic country and bluegrass albums and is honoring several of these legacy releases by remastering them and making them available in new formats for the first time ever. Revived from the CMH archives, the Johnny Gimble & The Texas Swing Pioneers 1980 classic album Still Swingin’ will be available for the first time ever on digital and streaming May 17.

Brooklyn-based, Grammy Award-nominated singer/songwriter, Leslie Mendelson has shared "The Good Life," the second single to be released in advance of her fourth, full-length studio album, After The Party, due June 21 via Pasadena Records/Royal Potato Family.