Arriving October 2nd, is the latest release from the internationally acclaimed harpist Andreas Vollenweider. His new album titled "Quiet Places" and is his first new album of material in over ten years. It features ten songs and is part one of a three part trilogy of albums that Andreas plans on releasing, along with his first novel. The music is so soothing and passionate on the opening track "Pygmalion," while the follow-up song "Polyhymina" contains more melody and pace to the music. The grace and emotion that Andreas puts into his music (with the help of Isabel Gehweiler on cello and Walter Keizer on drums) is felt in the lovely songs "Entangled" and "Venus In The Mirror." Andreas Vollenweider adds a bit of a jazz flow to "Bella Smiling," before finishing his new album with the new age sound of "Sculpture" and the classical touch of "Fields Of Blue." To find out more about Andreas Vollenweider and his latest release "Quiet Places," please visit facebook.com/andreasvollenweiderandfriends.
Also arriving in just over a month is the new album from soul singer/pianist Jarrod Lawson. His new album "Be The Change" includes eleven original tracks that are the perfect soundtrack for an evening at home with a glass of wine in front of a roaring fire. He starts off with the title-song "Be The Change," which instantly draws you in with his warming vocals and up-beat R&B vibe. The soul trio, Moonchild lend a hand with some amazing harmonies on "I'll Be Your Radio," before getting a little funky with the flow of "Battlefield." You can definitely hear Jarrod influences on the pop touch of "Why Don't You Call Me Baby Anymore" and "Embrace What We Are," before he wraps up his new album with the jazzy island rhythm of "How Long." To find out more about Jarrod Lawson and his latest release "Be The Change," please visit jarrodlawson.com.