Arriving July 13 is the latest release from the bluegrass band, Love Canon. Their latest album titled "Cover Story" features the band performing bluegrass versions of hit songs from the 80's along with some special guests. The new 8-song release begins with the band hitting the perfect notes for their version of Billy Joel's "Prelude (Angry Young Man)" and Howard Jones' "Things Can Only Get Better." The band plays around with their interpretation of Paul Simon's "Graceland" as the music matches the song's message perfectly. Love Canon sound like they are enjoying themselves, performing the classics "Islands In The Stream" and "Tempted," before finishing up their new album with the R.E.M. deep cut "Driver 8." To find out more about Love Canon and their latest release "Cover Story," please visit lovecanonmusic.com.
Fellow bluegrass band, Hot Buttered Rum return with a brand new studio album titled "Lonesome Panoramic," which will be released On July 20th. It features 13-tracks, beginning with the high-energy swing of "You Can Tell" and the steady strumming of "Sittin' Here Alone." They slow the tempo down for the acoustic ballads "Country Tunes And Love Songs" and "How Short The Song," before the fun, quick pace of "Never Go Married." The album continues with the tales of "Sleeping Giants" and the swift pace of "Mighty Fine," before finishing with the 8-minute blues of "The One That Everybody Knows" and sweet soulful sounds of the "Deep End." To find out more about Hot Buttered Rum and their latest release "Lonesome Panoramic," please visit hotbutteredrum.net.
From New York comes the latest release from indie-rock band The Davenports. The new album titled "Don't Be Mad At Me" features 10 new tracks, beginning with the piano ballad, "Where Shall We Hang Elena?" and the grittier, raw rock approach of "I Don't Know What To Do." They continue with the light-hearted, pop tones of "You Kind Of Kept The Deal" and the acoustic, folk appeal of "Miranda In Her Room." They plug back in for the up-tempo, swinging rockers "Leanne" and "Freedom," before closing their new album with the lush ballad "Away From Me" and the gentle strumming of "To The End." To find out more about The Davenports and their latest release "Don't Be Mad At Me," please visit thedavenportsnyc.com.