Today, The Avett Brothers return with their first album in five years, and will celebrate with a special release show at Forest Hills Stadium tonight. Fans can see the band perform some of the record's standouts on CBS Saturday Morning tomorrow, May 18th and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday, May 22nd, in addition to nearly 50 tour dates across the country this spring, summer and fall – and other upcoming appearances to be announced soon.

“Jan and I came of age listening to and then singing [Tom] Paxton songs before we ever knew his name,” says GRAMMY award-winning singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Tim O’Brien of himself and partner Jan Fabricius. “We both learned ‘Last Thing on My Mind’ and sang it around campfires before we met each other. So like a lot of folks, we kinda have Paxton in our musical DNA.”


Today, Ruth Moody is releasing Wanderer, the long-awaited new solo album from the Canadian singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Renowned as a founding and current member of Billboard-charting and JUNO-award winning folk trio, The Wailin’ Jennys, Moody employs open-tuned guitars (inspired by her musical heroes, Joni Mitchell and Laura Marling) to provide the backdrop for soaring pedal steel and the otherworldly vocals we've come to expect.

Rhino High Fidelity (Rhino Hi-Fi) returns with the latest additions to its acclaimed limited-edition, high-end vinyl reissues.

Black Sabbath’s Self-Titled (1970) debut and Devo’s Freedom Of Choice (1980) are available today exclusively at and internationally at select WMG stores. Each release is limited to 5,000 individually numbered copies priced at $39.98. Order now.

Kaia Kater’s new album, Strange Medicine (out today,  May 17, 2024 on Free Dirt Records), opens with a haunting vision. Accompanied by Aoife O’Donovan, Kater sings of the women burned at the stake as witches in 17th century Salem, Massachusetts and their wish to strike back: “I dreamt I moved through you and / Burned my name into your chest”.

Indie rock band, The National Parks are thrilled release their new single ”Wild Spirit” that is out on all platforms now.

Staking once again her claim as one of bluegrass music’s most distinctive artists, Mountain Home Music Company’s Gina Furtado is back with “Submarine,” a new single that illustrates her uncanny ability to wrap a provocative observation in an engaging musical package.  


Guster is proud to release their new album, Ooh La La, out today via Ocho Mule Records. Their ninth studio album and first new LP in more than five years, Ooh La La was heralded in February by the premiere of the stunning first single, “Keep Going.” With its luminous harmonies and gauzy guitar tones, “Keep Going” serves as a lovely encapsulation of the Ooh La La's emotional undercurrent, telegraphing an irrepressible joy in the face of turmoil and unrest.


The Allman Betts Band kicked off their King Crawler Tour last night in Charleston, SC, the band’s first tour in three years. The tour kickoff show did not disappoint.  The band played several originals as well as some Allman Brothers classics.

The band also officially welcomed Alex Orbison (son of the legendary Roy Orbison) as their new drummer/percussionist replacing the highly respected and beloved R. Scott Bryan, Allman Betts Band Founding member who passed away in December 2023.

John Oates (co-creator of the iconic pop-rock duo Hall & Oates) is thrilled to release new album Reunion that is out now on all platforms.

In support of his new music Oates will be touring throughout the rest of the year and all next year. See tour dates below. More to be announced.


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