A TRIBUTE TO GOSPEL

Craft Recordings is pleased to honor the music of Gospel Truth Records, a subsidiary of Stax Records, with the first-ever digital release of 25 albums from the label’s catalog. Beginning 3/13 with The Rance Allen Group’s 1972 self-titled debut, the titles will be released every week in chronological order, leading up to September’s Gospel Heritage …

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NEW COUNTRY

First Country is a compilation of the best new country songs, videos and albums that dropped this week. New country music abounds this week from newcomers and veterans alike. Luke Bryan dropped his feel-good “One Margarita,” complete with a music video filmed in Mexico starring his mother and wife. Meanwhile, newcomer Blanco Brown shows off …

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Flashback: Billy Joel

This week marks the 40th anniversary of Billy Joel’s 1980 album Glass Houses. The LP was a huge success that topped the Billboard Album Chart and generated the hit singles “It’s Still Rock and Roll to Me” and “You May Be Right,” but the first song anyone actually heard from the album was lead single …

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Alicia Keys

The outing is in support of her “More Myself: A Journey” memoir. Alicia Keys is taking her book tour on the road. The acclaimed Grammy-winning singer is slated to hit stages in four cities in the spring in support of her New York Times bestselling book More Myself: A Journey, which is slated to publish …

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Will Sexton

Will Sexton‘s Don’t Walk the Darkness is mature in the best possible way. Sexton’s laid-back album has a decidedly 1950s vibe, making it feel classy, if not classic. There’s a confidence and swagger to Sexton’s modesty, and it all makes for the kind of album that only comes from experience. And Sexton’s experiences read like …

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