Americana/rock artist Sherman Ewing recently released his new album "Come And Meet Me," back in February. It features 9-tracks, beginning with the up-tempo, rock melody of the title-song "Come And Meet Me." He continues with his love for the simple things in life with "Everything Is Beautiful" and then he preaches about the proper ways of living during the acoustic/folk based "Shine." His soulful vocals fill up the story of "Hollywood," before delivering the big, Americana sound of "Bring Us Together," highlighted with some sweet horns. Sherman closes his new album with the Bob Dylan-sounding, country ballads "Tombstone" and "For A Day." To find out more about Sherman Ewing and his latest release "Come And Meet Me," please visit shermanewing.com.
Singer Eryn was recently inducted into the New Jersey Blues Hall of Fame (youngest inductee ever) and will be releasing her new album "Lady E" on April 6th. It features six tracks, which will certainly solidify her reason for being inducted into the NJ Blues Hall Of Fame. The album begins with lead single, "Hallelujah You're Gone," an up-tempo blues rocker that will make you an instant fan of her vocals. She continues with the slow, piano ballad "You Missing From Me" and country swinging rhythm of "Just Jump." Eryn finishes up her new EP with the acoustic folk story of "Stranger In My House" and the soulful pop/rock tone of "Running Red Lights." To find out more about Eryn and her latest release "Lady E," please visit erynofficial.com.