The Magic Numbers are a quartet of two pairs of brothers and sisters from Britain. Their self-titled debut showcases a delightful mix of musical inspirations ranging from '60s harmony groups, epic rock and singer-songwriters like Dylan and Cohen.
The Scottish singer KT Tunstall writes songs that are earthy and quirky in equal parts.
Kyle Hollingsworth is better known to many music fans as the jamming keyboardist from the String Cheese Incident. But he has a new debut solo release, Never Odd or Even.
Delbert McClinton began his career in the late 50s, honing his harmonica skills in the blues clubs of Texas. He has played with legends, from Sonny Boy Williamson to Howlin' Wolf and Lightnin' Hopkins. A well-respected performer, McClinton's latest, Cost of Living, is up for two Grammy Awards.
Marty Stuart is back with a handful of new albums that celebrate American roots music.
The new CD from Southern Culture on the Skids continues their string of party albums with a twist.
In the world of jam-band music, Steve Kimock is a legend. His first studio CD is Eudemonic.
Imagine that you're a young singer — and your parents are Carly Simon and James Taylor.
Pianist Billy Childs' new CD Lyric is nominated for a Grammy as best jazz instrumental album.
Former Digable Planets DJ King Britt has recently released three new albums, including King Britt Presents: Sister Gertrude Morgan, a groovy remix of archival gospel music.