From Nashville comes the tenth solo album from singer/songwriter Melody Guy. Her new album titled "Dry The Rivers" features a dozen tracks that blurs the lines between country, folk, pop, soul and rock music. She begins with the built-up excitement of "Tangible Love," as Melody wastes no time showing off her strong vocals. The wonderful melody of "Tell Me I'm Not The Only One" carries a nostalgic vibe, while "Mercy" is a beautiful country ballad that showcases the tender side to her songwriting. The Americana sound of the title song, "Dry The Rivers" displays Melody's maturity and knack for capturing that special emotion. She wraps up her new album with the country roots of "Carve Another Notch," the bluesy feel of "Better Left Unsaid" and the recollection of "Shadow." To find out more about Melody Guy and her latest release "Dry The Rivers," please visit melodyguy.com.
Also arriving this month is the new album from Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Dylan Rodrigue. His new release titled "Cat's Game" features nine tracks, beginning with the alternative, folk rock of the album's lead single, "White Moon." His music was inspired by the experimental rock of Neil Young, the edginess of The Stooges, along with a dash of Elliott Smith. The album continues with the stripped-down, stark acoustics of "Self-Love" and "Some Kind Of Heaven," before plugging in for the raw, punk-like fury of "The Money Game." Dylan Rodrigue wraps up his new album with the gentle strumming of "If You're Not My Lover" and the poetic words of "Living In Color." To find out more about Dylan Rodrigue and his latest release "Cat's Game," please visit dylanrodrigue.com.