Tedeschi Trucks Band

This 12 piece rock ensemble continues to be greater than the sum of it's many parts with "Signs" their fourth studio album.

Sean McConnell

The long-time singer songwriter takes an artesian's approach to his new album "Secondhand Smoke' crafting each song himself, playing most of the instruments, using his years of songwriting experience to create modern folk music that is instantly relatable.

Mandolin Orange

"Softly, tenderly, using delicate voices," those are the final words on the new album "Tides of a Teardrop" and it's an apt description of the Chapel Hill NC band's approach to these songs that deal with loss, grief and ultimately comfort.

Michael Franti & Spearhead

Eighteen years after vol. 1, they have released "Stay Human vol. 2." It's an album with a serious message but is bursting with positivity.

Sharon Van Etten

"Remind Me Tomorrow" reflects all her new artistic outlets by evolving her sound to be more ambitious, atmospheric and grander.

Sharon Van Etten

"Remind Me Tomorrow" reflects all her new artistic outlets by evolving her sound to be more ambitious, atmospheric and grander.

Mumford and Sons

"Delta" their fourth studio release shows that they've learned that to play to big crowds, you need a big sound.

Rhett Miller

"The Messenger" digs deep into the psyche of the Old 97's front man in a way he hasn't done before.

Bob Dylan

After recording most of the songs for his landmark 1974 album, "Blood on the Tracks" Dylan was ready to release it but suddenly changed his mind and re-recorded much of it. Those original recordings are now released for the first time on "More Blood, More Tracks: The Bootleg Series Volume 14."

Joe Louis Walker, Bruce Katz, Giles Robson

The Blues has never sounded more intimate than on the all acoustic new album "Journeys to the Heart of the Blues." It's an authentic recreation of rare and classic blues songs.

Joe Louis Walker, Bruce Katz, Giles Robson

The Watson Twins

This is a live performance and interview with the duo who's new album is called..."Duo."

John Hiatt

"The Eclipse Sessions" was recorded over four days during the solar eclipse of 2017 inspiring him to record one of his best albums in years.


Five years after releasing his turbulent sounding break-through album Phosphorescent, aka Matthew Houck has put his restless demons aside for a stable, hazy groove of contentment on "C'e La Vie."

Tom Petty

Almost one year to the day after he shockingly passed away, "An American Treasure" bridges the gaps between the six cd box set "Playback" released in 1995 with four more discs of previously unreleased material.

Alejandro Escovedo

"The Crossing" is about the Mexican/American border and the drama that unfolds there daily.

Paul McCartney

Considering that he is now 76 years old, "Egypt Station" his first album in five years should be savored. That it happens to be his best collection of songs in decades is just icing on the cake.


"Runaway" not only lives up to this British artist's name but reveals his love of America with it's theme of traveling cross-country. It's one of the great road trip albums ever recorded.


"This Night Falls Forever" is dripping in bittersweet romanticism with dramatic flourishes that are spine-tingling.

Death Cab For Cutie

The band has been so good for so long and on their ninth album "Thank You For Today" they continue that string of excellence.

Dawn Landes

Over her fifteen year career, she has been known for bridging different styles but on "Meet me at the river" she dedicates all her songs to the classic country formula.

Wes Charlton

A native of Virginia's northern neck, Charlton has lived a lot of life and his new album "Morning Stars" draws on those experiences with dense guitar work, driving rhythms and earnest vocals.

Eliza Gilkyson

"Secularia" is her twentieth album and amid contributions from different members of her family she sings of spirituality. The songs praise the mystery and wonder of the world.

Rory Block

The acoustic blues great's last seven releases have been tribute albums to some of the greatest old-time bluesmen, now she's starting on the women. "A Woman's Soul: A Tribute to Bessie Smith" is the first of a series she will dedicate to the women of the blues.

Jim James

The third solo album from the leader of My Morning Jacket has a title that perfectly describes it. "Uniform Distortion" is a collection of guitar ready rockers about the digital age and it's darker side.