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ANTI-FLAG – AMERICAN RECKONING

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ANTI-FLAG – AMERICAN...

American Reckoning, the new acoustic album from Pittsburgh political punk band Anti‐Flag, strips down some of the band’s latest hits to get to the heart of the message. It features acoustic versions of songs off of their last two albums, American Spring (2015) and American Fall (2017), as well as covers of some of the classics that inspired them. American Reckoning functions as an account of one of the country’s most tumultuous political times told by some of music’s sharpest political minds. 

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COLIN JAMES – MILES TO GO

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Platinum selling Canadian blues man Colin James returns with his new album “Miles to Go”, a follow up to 2016’s Top 10 charting and critically acclaimed “Blue Highways”. Miles to Go featur es 12 new tracks recorded in Vancouver with Colin’s tight touring band, featuring rarely covered hidden gems written by blues legends Muddy Waters, Blind Willie Johnson, & Howlin’ Wolf , along with originals by Colin, including the first single “40 Light Years” . 

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JOHN GROBAN – BRIDGES

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JOHN GROBAN – BRIDGES

"With Bridges I wanted to create an album that took me back to the spirit of how I made my first ones but with a modern approach and with so many more years of stories to tell," says Groban. "I felt so good and so inspired making this album, more than ever before, with friends old and new taking part. It both 'bridges' my musical worlds old and new, and also hopefully plays a small part in connecting people in that unique way music can." This is Groban's first album that includes original music since 2013. Recorded in Los Angeles, London and New York with multiple producers including Bernie Herms and Toby Gad, Steve Jordan, Dan Huff, and others. This album also finds Josh singing in multiple languages including English, French, Italian and Spanish. There will also be a couple of exciting duets, to be announced at a later date. Earlier this ...

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PRINCE – PIANO & A MICROPHONE 1983

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PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED 1983 RECORDING OF PRINCE AT THE PIANO CAPTURED AT HIS HOME STUDIO IN MINNESOTA The nine track, 35-minute album features a previously unreleased home studio cassette recording of Prince at his piano captured in 1983. “This raw, intimate recording, which took place at the start of Prince’s career right before he achieved international stardom, is similar in format to the Piano & A Microphone Tour that he ended his career with in 2016,” said Prince Estate entertainment adviser Troy Carter. “The Estate is excited to be able to give fans a glimpse of his evolution and show how his career ultimately came full circle with just him and his piano.” The private rehearsal provides a rare, intimate glimpse into Prince’s creative process as he worked through songs which include “17 Days” and “Purple Rain” (neither of which would be released until 1984), a cover of Joni Mitchell’s “A Case Of ...

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BILLY F GIBBONS – THE BIG BAD BLUES

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The new solo album from ZZ Top guitarist/vocalist and Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductee, Billy F Gibbons, features originals and classic blues covers from Muddy Waters to Bo Diddley. It is the ZZ Top legend’s second career solo release, on September 21, 2018, and is the follow‐up to his acclaimed 2015 Afro‐Cuban flavored solo album Perfectamundo. Big Bad Blues also comes over 50 years after his recording debut with Moving Sidewalks, the psychedelic garage‐rock band he founded prior to forming ZZ Top. Big Bad Blues, as the title suggests, focuses on Gibbons’ lifelong love of the blues and rock & roll, showcasing the blues influenced vocals and guitar licks that have together served as the foundation for his numerous hits over the past five decades. The album features 11 tracks balancing some classic covers like “Rollin’ and Tumblin’” and “Standing Around Crying,” along with some of Billy’s signature new blues originals. 

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SLASH – LIVING THE DREAM

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SLASH – LIVING THE DREAM

Slash ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators have announced Living The Dream – their soon-to-be released new album, via Slash’s own label Snakepit Records on partnership with Roadrunner Records. Living The Dream marks Slash’s fourth solo album and third with his band, featuring Myles Kennedy (vocals), Brent Fitz (drums), Todd Kerns (bass & vocals) and Frank Sidoris(guitar & vocals). For Living The Dream, Slash and his band re-teamed with producer Michael “Elvis” Baskette (Alter Bridge, Iggy Pop, Incubus); the group are currently putting the finishing touches on the powerful 12-song collection. The band’s previous albums World On Fire and Apocalyptic Love, debuted in the Top Ten on 12 charts globally, spawned three #1 hit singles at U.S. Rock Radio and earned worldwide praise garnering Slash some of the best critical acclaim of his career. The upcoming album is expected to deliver nothing short of their previous success – with the debut single ...

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MODERN SPACE – FLIP FOR IT

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Modern Space V2.0 are now set to release their new EP titled Flip For It. Graham is stoked to have this new band - Sammy Nyberg and Graham Queen on guitars – along for the ride. “We’ve got a new record, new guys, and this new style that I always wanted.” Flip For It immediately marks a great leap forward from the tenderfoot songs they laid out on Before Sunrise. Channelling influences such as the Vaccines and the Strokes – whose song “The Modern Age” inspired the first half of the band’s name – Modern Space have returned with a new album that beams with a newfound assuredness. Each and every one of the cuts feels ready for heavy A-list rotation – from “A Small Pocket,” a song the Strokes will wish they’d written a decade ago, to the soon-to-be massive sing-along anthem that is “Just Quit,” to the sleek, Motown ...

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STEVEN PAGE – DISCIPLINE HEAL THYSELF: PART 2

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Hot on the heels of his induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame alongside his ex-bandmates in Barenaked Ladies, singer-songwriter Steven Page has announced the forthcoming release of the most forceful musical statement of his solo music career. Discipline: Heal Thyself, Pt. II, is soon to be released via Fresh Baked Goods and Warner Music Canada. Recorded at Fresh Baked Goods Studios just outside of Toronto and Vancouver’s Doghouse of Thunder Studio with longtime live bands Odds and The Original Six, and frequent collaborator Craig Northey, Discipline is Page’s fifth solo album and the spiritual follow-up to 2016’s Heal Thyself Pt. I: Instinct. Musically, the album tips its hat to many of Page’s influences including the punk rock movement of the 70’s and 80’s, David Byrne, as well as a nod to the Bee Gees and the Zombies. Ahead of the album’s release, Steven has launched the vitriolic first single, ...

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ANN WILSON – IMMORTAL

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ANN WILSON – IMMORTAL

At this point in my life and career, I am happy to be given any opportunities, and I am really, really proud to be doing this album. It’s a project very dear to me – a collection of songs by artists who have departed in the last several years including Leonard Cohen, David Bowie, Tom Petty, Chris Cornell, Amy Winehouse, and George Michael to name a few. I feel these souls have made a real, lasting contribution to the art of the popular song, and to honor them is my deepest pleasure. 

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KANDACE SPRINGS – INDIGO

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KANDACE SPRINGS – INDIGO

If Kandace Springs’ new album Indigo sounds like something new, that’s because it is. Simple while funky. Classic but contemporary. Straightforward in the way it breaks down complex ideas and genres. And, at the end of the day, undeniably human. That said, it isn’t quite a rebirth for the Nashville‐born artist, who after stints living in New York and Los Angeles has returned back home to Music City. She’s long had that lithe and smoky voice and an intensely expressive mastery over the piano.   

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