Pointing you to the most interesting music and movie releases from the first half of 2014.
Donnie McClurkin introduces a new label and two dynamic artists - Andrea McClurkin-Mellini and Nancey Jackson Johnson - at BB King's in NYC...
The Cars/Planes franchise soars high with the latest installment of Planes: Fire & Rescue.
Desert Butterflies has all the elements of music that I love: inventive use of themes, blurring of genre lines, technical performance, attentiveness to melody, and solid performance. The pioneer of "Oriental Rock," Yossi Sassi delivers a memorable sophomore album.
Walter Trout might be swimming upstream these days, but The Blues Came Callin' is a fine catch for blues fans everywhere.
Wistful, ambient, and achingly gorgeous, The Beauty of Our Youth is a soundscape of purposeful orchestration, recalling the days of childhood and adolescence in a dreamlike haze of retrospective emotion.
A realistic, non-critical, snapshot of a pivotal time in the life of a Beatle