A past winner of the Mary Lou Williams Piano Competition, Helen Sung knows her way around eighty-eight keys, and after five well-received albums, this NYC residing, Houston, Texas native is bringing her talents to the Concord Music label.
Here’s a chance to sample Transatlantic’s first new music since 2009′s The Whirlwind, as the prog supergroup adds some much-needed warmth to a bitterly cold period.
Exclusive stream: Michael Des Barres, “My Baby Saved My Ass; I Dont Need No Doctor; Bang A Gong” (2013)
Hard on the heels of a well-received 2012 studio effort Carnaby Street, Michael Des Barres took the stage at Hollywood’s Viper Room — never intending to issue a live album from the date.
Who fans can get a sneak peek at a previously unreleased live version of “Pinball Wizard” from the forthcoming limited-edition Tommy set — if you can crack a fun memory game at the band’s web site.
The disembodied voice of Richard Nixon — eerie, foreboding, completely full of it — heralds the arrival of this stark indictment of pols who tell you they want peace even while escalating conflict
Exclusive stream: Steve Hackett with John Wetton, “Afterglow” from Genesis Revisited: Live at Hammersmith (2013)
John Wetton has found new levels of interpretive genius alongside Steve Hackett over the course of two loving looks back into the guitarist’s 1970s-era stint in Genesis — and “Afterglow” is no different.
As Warner Bros. gets set to release a sprawling five-disc reissue of Van Morrison’s breakthrough Moondance, here’s a chance to hear one of its tastiest extras — an alternate take on “Into the Mystic.”
Sure, the leaves haven’t even started changing. The morning jackets are still coming off at lunch. But that doesn’t mean Christmas time isn’t just around the corner. Here’s proof
Los Lobos challenged themselves like never before on 1990′s The Neighborhood, as heard on this smart take on the title track from the band’s forthcoming live set Disconnected in New York.
A new prog-rock project from William Shatner has already garnered headlines for its collaborations with former members of Yes. Ponder the Mystery also includes final recordings with the late George Duke.