Saturday, July 20, 2019

New Highly Anticipated August Releases From Beth Bombara, Eilen Jewell and Rob Laufer

Arriving August 9th, is the latest release from Americana music artist Beth Bombara. Her new album "Evergreen" was inspired by the works of Tom Petty and Aimee Mann, while spending time in a cabin in the Rocky Mountains. She starts off her new album with rich melodic rock tones of "I Only Cry When I'm Alone" and the more upbeat country rock vibe of "Upside Down." One of the highlights of Beth's new album is the wonderful roots-filled sweetness of "Tenderhearted," as her vocals and lyrics perfectly match the music. She slows down for the gentle, inspirational ballad "Growing Wings" and the blues of "Good News," before wrapping up her new album with the heartfelt emotions of "All Good Things." To find out more about Beth Bombara and her latest release "Evergreen," please visit bethbombara.com.

Another highly anticipated August release features the first collection of original new music in four years from singer/songwriter Eilen Jewell. Her new album "Gypsy" will arrive on August 16th and features a dozen new compositions that will have you fall in love with her music all over again. She kicks things off with the country rocker "Crawl," as she starts off strong with this memorable number. Eilen continues with the more laid-back country swagger of "Miles To Go" and the nostalgic vibe of "You Cared Enough To Lie." Eilen showcases her beautiful vocals on the ballad "Gypsy," before the classic honky-tonk sound of "These Blues." She finishes her album with the quiet softness of "Who Else But You" and the acoustic folk ballad "Fear." Eilen Jewell is currently on tour in the U.S. For a complete list of shows and to find out more about her new album "Gypsy," please visit eilenjewell.com

Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Rob Laufer is preparing to release his first new album of music in almost a decade. The album titled "The Floating World" will be released on August 23rd and was inspired by the music of Bon Iver and the untimely passing of Tom Petty. He starts off his new release with the poetic lyrics of "Avalanche," while Laufer and pedal steel guitarist, Dave Pearlman lay down the perfect melody. The album continues with the traveling tune of "Highway Machine" and the more up-tempo acoustic shuffle of "Bolt Of Blue." He keeps the energy flowing with the steady rock rhythm of "Space + Time," before slowing down for the quiet acoustic folk ballad "Fence." Rob Laufer finishes his new album with the upbeat energy of "As Long As You Belong" and the swinging acoustic rhythm of "Hippie Love." To find out more about Rob Laufer and his latest release "The Floating World," please visit roblaufermusic.com

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