Pete Yorn’s first solo release since 2016, “Caretakers” spotlights the singer-songwriter’s knack for crafting intimate melodies.
As the charismatic frontman of Creed, Scott Stapp was living the true rock ’n’ roll lifestyle with the release of 1997’s “My Own Prison” and 1999’s “Human Clay.”
Always favoring the gritty dreams-verses-reality mentality conveyed by Bruce Springsteen on “Born to Run” and “Darkness on the Edge of Town,” I’ll openly admit that it took me a few listens to embrace the American West tone embedded in Springsteen’s detailed storytelling on his latest release.
For more than 62 years, the Gatlin Brothers have entertained audiences and wracked up accolade after accolade along the way.
For his latest studio release, Rick Springfield revisits 11 of his better-known tracks and one new arrangement by including a lush orchestral backing.
On “Tales of America,” J.S. Ondara delivers a debut release that captures his emotions and experiences while in pursuit of a musical dream in an exciting and complex land.