After nearly forty years of musical and personal camaraderie, drummer and producer Bob Christina began studio work with Matt "Guitar" Murphy on what would become Murphy's final project. After Matt passed in June of 2018, the fate of the unfinished project was placed in Christina's hands. He began an outreach to musicians who were friends of Murphy, played with him, or were otherwise influenced by him.

In an era where authenticity in music is a rare commodity, Sean Walshe emerges as a beacon of hope and raw talent with the release of his debut solo single and album, American Son. This seminal work not only marks Walshe's striking return to the music scene but also serves as a powerful commentary on the socio-political landscape of the United States.

Atlanta singer/songwriter and guitarist Parker Smith’s new album opens with “Air Stream,” referencing the iconic mobile home. The Bluegrass Situation writes that it's "music we’re very excited to bring to your speakers and earphones... so much to enjoy," and Roadie Music writes that Smith is "a great artist and composer... 'Air Stream' is simply infectious and engaging... you'll certainly love it too."

Marking the 80th Anniversary of Glenn Miller’s Army Air Force Band, Hindsight Records is excited to release the new historical album, The Glenn Miller Orchestra: 80th Anniversary Of The Army Air Force Band which contains fifteen hits newly recorded with strings.

Following the critically acclaimed debut of their lead single "Stay Free," Black Country Communion, the celebrated rock supergroup featuring Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa, Jason Bonham, and Derek Sherinian, has unveiled "Red Sun," the second single from their eagerly awaited fifth studio album, 'V,’ out June 14th.

Modern Moxie, the acclaimed indie rock band hailing from Charlotte, North Carolina, is thrilled to announce the release of their newest single, "Churning". This emotionally charged song delves into themes of deep personal reflection and spirituality, originating from channeled poetry written by lead singer and songwriter Madison Lucas. The poetry, which inspired "Churning", came to Lucas during a moment of profound clarity following a morning meditation session.

Sonya Cohen Cramer (1965-2015), the singular vocalist, graphic designer, art director, and member of the Seeger family, will finally get her musical due on May 17th when the first-ever collection dedicated fully to her music, ‘You’ve Been a Friend to Me,’ is released on Smithsonian Folkways.

In Rutherford County’s Forest City, NC growing up, a young Wyndham Baird heard his mother and grandmother sing old Baptist hymns like “Abide With Me,” arranged in four-part harmony in church. But his life changed when he saw Doc Watson in concert at MerleFest at twelve years old. At that moment, he saw a world of folk and blues music before him.

For the second consecutive year, Philadelphia public radio station WXPN-FM 88.5 will support local musicians and local record stores by offering a new 12-inch vinyl LP it has curated and produced just for Record Store Day.

In a grand gesture of homage to the legendary artist Stanley “Mouse” Miller, an ensemble of renowned musicians have come together to produce an exceptional album titled “The Mouse That Rocked”, released under Blue Rose Records. This unique compilation not only celebrates the illustrious career of Miller, a vanguard of modern rock art and design, but also serves a noble cause.

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