We are in to March already. Another year flying by, but not without leaving us some new music to hear each and every week. This week we have over 40 choices to choose from and hopefully there is something for you. I actually have a Country artist I’m eager to hear as my daughters (both of them) have introduced me to Morgan Wallen and his music and you know what, I like it!! So, he has another double album coming out today and it is on order and arriving, but it is actually a birthday present for my daughter, but I know I’ll get to borrow it when I want. But otherwise that is it for me. Now, something else exciting this week is De La Soul’s catalog is finally getting released on streaming services and digitally this week, so all you fans, go nuts. What do you want to hear this week? Let me know and let us know what we missed as well. Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you all have a wonderful weeekend!
Morgan Wallen – One Thing at a Time – (Big Loud Records / Mercury Records)
The second Friday in to May and more bands have moved their releases to later in the year. Covid-19 is taking its toll on music for sure. That doesn’t mean there aren’t any brave artists still willing to dare release an able in these times. I salute you and since there is been so little out the last few weeks, I am will to try a few this week. I will highlight those in Blueas usual. Let me know what interests you and what I missed this week. Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend!!
Butch Walker – American Love Story – (Ruby Red Records):Singer/Songwriter/Rocker/Producer – jack of all trades, Butch is back with another solo album. His resume is pretty impressive and I think he had been working with Matt Nathanson lately, who I love, so Butch will get a listen.
Fake Names – Fake Names – (Epitath): Punk rock supergroup Fake Names – which includes Brian Baker (Minor Threat, Dag Nasty, Bad Religion), Michael Hampton (S.O.A., Embrace, One Last Wish), Dennis Lyxzén (Refused, International Noise Conspiracy, INVSN), and Johnny Temple (Girls Against Boys, Soulside)…yeah, this line-up is worth a spin.