Not since the Judds has there been such powerful, sweet and pure vocal harmonies. DoubleVision have that special something that it takes to become a major force in todays competitive Country music Industry.
BECKY HOBBS: The Boots I Came To Town In
This album contains the Hobbs co-written classic ANGELS AMONG US (recorded by ALABAMA), as well as honky tonk rockers, whiskey-voiced love songs and traditional country just right for dancin'.
JANE HURST: Now or Never
Acoustic Newmade Folk
COOKIE EVANS: If My Heart Had My Memory
Pure classic country...reminiscent of the Patsy Cline, "Nashville Sound", days.
KIMMIE RHODES AND WILLIE NELSON: Picture In A Frame
Pals Willie Nelson and Kimmie Rhodes together in a relaxed group of duets that showcase their singing and songwriting abilities, with new originals and classic favorites.
BOB CHEEVERS: We Are All Naked
Acoustic story songs...honest with humor and sincerity.
GERALD COLLIER: Low Tar Taste
Dark country music with a soulful voice, Gerald Collier creates sad, crying-in-your-beer tales you want to sing along to.
CORB LUND BAND: Modern Pain
Old style, acoustic, outlawish, punky brand of traditional country music.
GERALD COLLIER: Gerald's Demos
New, unreleased demos of former Best Kissers in the World front man Gerald Collier. ONLY available in digital form.
BRENDAN DEVEREUX: Songs From A Yellow Chair
New album from award-winning Irish singer/songwriter who writes quality original acoustic songs with a genuine folk feel, recorded in the legendary Westland Studios, Dublin.
GERALD COLLIER: Unreleased Country Record
Gerald Collier's unreleased country record is now available - digitally only. Two-step country with his biting lyrics. Not to be missed.
WHITE IRON BAND: Take It off the Top
Minnesota's Good Timin', Foot Stompin', Honky Tonkin', Good Ol' American Music mixed up for a pure, heartfelt Americana ride.
KIMMIE RHODES: West Texas Heaven
Ground-breaking record, duets with Willie, Waylon Jennings, Townes Van Zandt. Intelligent, thoughtful lyrics with Texas music. Lubbock singer-songwriter in the tradition of West Texas troubadors.
America's favorite indie-rock guitar and mandolin duo.
POOBAH (AKA DON MEALER): Random Acts Of Bluegrass
Poobah is one of the greatest songwriters and entertainers that I've ever known... and he's yet to be discovered by the rest of the world. -Willie Nelson Although You may not recognize the name Poobah, his name is well known amongst the Legends...
WILL DUDLEY: Colorado Horses
Guitars Ringing, cowboys singing, Dudley's voice is a bell drawing people to the gospel of Roots music and Americana.
ROBIN ENGLISH: Hello Me
Sultry, Texas Powerhouse- mean harmonica toting true troubador blends artistic integrity with commercial hooks: Wille Nelson meets Shania on Mahalia Jackson's front porch.
KING STRAGGLER: King Straggler
Eclectic, south-western, alt-americana
FLOYD TILLMAN: The Influence
"Floyd Tillman-The Influence" is a true piece of Country Music history featuring fourteen duets with some of Floyd Tillman's biggest fans including Willie, Dolly Parton, Mel Tillis, Ray Price, George Jones, Connie Smith, Hank Thompson and Merle.
DEADMAN: Cuatro Canciones
DEADMAN's debut E.P. is the sound of soft yearning, marked in places by plangent guitars that flare like sheet lightning in the darkling gloom of brushed drums and gently rolling bass. Collins' plaintive vocals nestle in a gown of crushed velvet..
BOB CHEEVERS: Snapshots (Compilation)
Most often character driven songs as well as real life stories from the heart.
THE BEAU ROLAND BAND: Northern Hospitality
In the spirit of Neil Young, the essence of Woody Guthrie and the embodiment of Weezer, each song is effortlessly catchy and gut-wrenching at the same time... Roots/Americana with a pop shine.
OLD RELIABLE: Pulse of Light Dark Landscape
When the Highway 61 Revisited type-organ slaps against lines like "I'm giving you 16 hours and a packet of Lucky Strikes/ To get yourself out of here, forget about them longin' nights" in "Lightning Fast," one would swear this was a singer-songwriter deal
VARIOUS: Kerrville Folk Festival-the Early Years
The first 10 years of the legendary Kerrville folk festival masterfully transferred from vinyl and available away from the festival for the first time-10 discs
CORB LUND BAND: Five Dollar Bill
Old style, acoustic, outlawish, punky brand of traditional country music with enough wit to go around 3 or 4 times.
JJ SCHULTZ: Bustin' Outa Town
Americana songs filled with stories of small town life told with a unique, soulful voice.
WHITE IRON BAND: White Iron Band
Minnesota's Good Timin', Foot Stompin', Honky Tonkin', Good Ol' American Music
JOE WEST & THE SINNERS: Jamie Was a Boozer
If Lou Reed grew up in the Southwest - he would be Joe West....a LEGEND. Smart Quirky Songwriting with a Rockin Alt.Country band with a Punk Attitude
WILL DUDLEY: Trying to Rope the Moon
Acoustic Folk Western music by one of the finest storytellers and balladeers in the Southwest, his tales are rooted deeply in the history of the west and can be interpreted on many levels.
JIM BYRNES: Fresh Horses
A blend of classic, folk and blues influenced songwriting and traditional acoustic roots instrumentation-amazing songs, complimented by amazing vocals, and musicianship.
TRAVELING KINGSMENS AND SISTER HOLMES: It's Working For Your Good
If you love Gospel Music with a hint of Southern and Contemporary, will this is the Album for you.
SKOOTER JONES: Take Me Back Home
This is a brand new sound of Country featuring some excellent Nashville musicians including Willie Nelsons harmonica player, Mickey Raphael. It's good. Give a listen.
WAYNE CARSON: Writer
Strong, country, folk, pop rock. Wayne Carson is the writer of classic songs like "The Letter" and "Always On My Mind"
DARL ENGA: Look Who's Back From Town
Traditional country music, the fiddle and steel are still alive and well in Look Who's Back From Town.
DAN ROBERTS: Viva La Cowboy
"Viva La Cowboy" is Dan Roberts' third album release and clearly his best ever. With a top Texas Music Single for 2003 and three Grammy Recognitions the music is fresh and clearly some of the best today in traditional country/western music. Includes his
THE TUCKER BROTHERS: Back to the Woods
."It's a twang thang." Country/rockabilly with a kick. Story songs about the Southern life. This mixture of toe-tappin' Gospel & secular songs will have you singing along... As always, this CD has been "Tuckerized" for your listening protection.
DAN ROBERTS: Cowhand.com
"Cowhand.com" is Dan Roberts' second release and charted on Billboard with the title cut "Cowhand.com". It is a favorite for the taditional cowboy and full of western swinghits. The promotion of the album led to Dan Roberts recieving Academy of Western
RIVERCITY SEVEN: The Last Joint In Town
An ecclectic blend of Texas styles played by a twangy bar band.
FOLK UKE: Folk Uke
Eclectic acoustic folk duo comprised of Cathy Guthrie and Amy Nelson featuring perfectly melded harmonies and sharp, often biting wit.
MARK JACKSON BAND: Love may take the long road Home
original roots country, acoustic americana & honky tonk.
Global Independent Artists
THE ALMOST PATSY CLINE BAND: Love At First Dance
Smooth, Texas, country harmony throughout with four distinct lead vocalist you want to hear again and again.
THE ALMOST PATSY CLINE BAND: Gettin' Older's Gettin' Easy
Four unique vocalists with traditional country retro covers and fresh originals blend of smooth goodtime Texas harmony from Bandera, Texas, the Cowboy Capital of the World.
VALORIE MILLER: Sweeter Than Salt
"Pure Carolina, from whisper to wail"- No Depression Magazine
SAMANTHA JO MARTIN: Samantha Jo
Modern country with a crossover to pop. Up Beat songs to lift your spirits and ballads to warm your soul.
CIRCE LINK: Let's Go Together
Circe Link creates masterful cross of cowboy jazz and smoky blues with sweet and sexy vocals, this second CD is a rare treat to be experienced.
BILL CHAMBERS & AUDREY AULD: Reckless Records Garage Sale 1997 - 2003
A 19 track compilation of unreleased and deleted tracks from Bill Chambers and Audrey Auld, including a live recording of Fred Eaglesmith and Audrey Auld, plus duets with Camille Te Nahu and Rick Carey, and sample tracks from The Yearlings and Mary Gauthi
SETH BERNARD AND DAISY MAY: Seth Bernard and Daisy May
These two artists joined forces to create an intimate recording full of magic and wonder.
JESSIE LEE MILLER: Now You're Gonna Be Loved
Sultry western swing
CIRCE LINK: More Songs!
Sweet sassy and sexy this gal is cooking with the right stuff. A colorful blend of nostalgic Country, steamy Jazz, and weeping Blues only stimulates ones appetite for more.This is the sound discriminating ears are were waiting for.
DUGNALISS: Rich and Famous (If We Wanted)
DugNAliss are an Adult Contemporary act fusing the best parts of 50 years worth of Pop styles. From Little Richard to Electronic Dance, from Patsy Cline to Psychedelic Rock, from early Beatles to late Motown.
THE BONAVENTURE QUARTET: Songs From Trattoria La Cellina
Django Reinhardt's gypsy jazz and Patsy Cline's sultry torch singing in a match made in heaven....
BRITNI HENDRICKSON: Don't Worry About Me
Britni is very versatile, but she is absolutely awesome doing traditional country songs.
LISA DAMES: No One Like Me
Lisa's voice is classic--almost old-school country-- while song after song she dazzles with facile rock-pop hipness.
CABIN FEVER: Spring Thaw
If Patsy Cline had a sister, their harmonies would have sounded like this. Cabin Fever sings classics from the Americana songbook, with gorgeous vocals enhanced by rich tones of guitar, mandolin, Dobro, and fiddle.
CABIN FEVER: Spring Thaw
If Patsy Cline had a sister, their harmonies would have sounded like this. Cabin Fever sings classics from the Americana songbook, with gorgeous vocals enhanced by rich tones of guitar, mandolin, Dobro, and fiddle.
AMANDA WILLIAMS: Only A Good Woman
SARAH PIERCE: It Must Be Christmas Time
"It Must Be Christmas Time", a CD full of lush vocal harmonies along with Sarah Pierce's rich warm voice
DOLL HOSPITAL: Doll Hospital
Noir swing story-songs, filled with black humor and flailing vibraphone mallets, sung by an unusual girl
THE SOUTHERNERS: Barstool Rodeo
Female led western outlaw rockabilly performed with a punk rock attitude. Oh yeah...they also shot the drummer.
ALI SHUMATE: Heartbreak Train
This bluegrass album has it all: traditional & progressive, upbeat burners and ballads, lovesongs and gospels - definitely an essential addition to any bluegrass or traditional country collection. Singer / songwriter Ali Shumate really cooks.
GENE AND LAVADA TRIESCH: In God's Time
TRACK 5 (WHY NOT?) CHARTED ON POWERSOURCE MAG. TOP 100 FOR 6 MONTHS IN 2005. Gene & LaVada put together some of the best country pickers in Texas, along with Grammy-Award Winner, Bobby Flores, as Producer to create this project with diverse musical sounds
AUDREY AULD MEZERA & NINA GERBER: In The House
Live 2CD show of entertaining Folk, Country, Americ-kinda. Great songs, great guitar playing.
SUSAN EVANS: Yesterday, Today, Tommorrow
Get ready for goose bumps...songs written by award winners come to life through the vocal power and emotion of this talented female artist. Every song will leave you wanting to hear more.
CHRISTINA ORTEGA: The Vaquero Song
Mexican vaqueros ride with American cowboys in this bilingual collection of old and new songs delivered with the powerful wallop of a bluegrass band that found its inspiration in cowboy culture (and perhaps just a little bit of tequila).
RITA ROSE: Potter County, Pennsylvania
CIRCE LINK: Live in Japan
Cowboy Jazz at its finest. All stripped down and old timey.
RUTH UNGAR: Jukebox
A jukebox tour of folk, swing, and country, with stunning vocals and lush accompaniment.
KAREN OSBURN: A Man I Love.
Outstanding country pop with a great traditional country backing band; a great album for the Patsy Cline or Patti Page fan.
PAM NADALE & PAM'S COUNTRY JAM: By Special Request
Pam Nadale with her group, "Pam's Country Jam", performs some of the best loved traditional country songs of our time with a delivery reminiscent of the late Patsy Cline.
MAURA FOGARTY: Color Of My Heart
Notable pop country, so catchy that it found itself on the 100th episode of the hit t.v. series Dawson's Creek.
JANIE FELIZ: Careless
A project full of "A" rated Nashville originals recorded in an "A" rated studio with Janie's "A" rated unique, rich & robust new country sound.
BORDER RADIO: Border Radio Live
Border Radio has it's own contagious sound -- it's city folk & country jazz, grassrooted, all acoustic, with the soulful singing of Kelly McCune.
JENNIE AVILA: Naked In The Rain
Original singersongwriter traffics in goosebumps, acrobatic vocals and heart tickling melodies and lyrics. An acoustic production that swings with exotic percussion
JILL MILES: It's Been Too Long
California Country ...
JANET Z: Gruene Rain
Janet'z music is pure Texas heart. Janet'z songs range from her experience of the Texas Gulf Coast where her home is and the Texas hill country where her heart is weaving stories of country and blues...check out the little girl with the big big voice.
JJ NOLIS: Ponyride
A new, award-winning country/crossover album performed with musicians from the tour bands of the dixie chicks, vince gill, bonnie raitt, and the grand ol' opry.
RAYBURN ANTHONY: My Baby`s Car Crazy
"My Baby's Car Crazy" contains 14 tracks, all written or co-written by Rayburn Anthony and recorded in an unmistakable early Sun style. Rayburn Anthony has a pleasant voice, that matches his songs like a glove and each song tells a story.
FRANK ROSE: this is now that was then
Get on board early with this future superstar. Chock full of radio friendly hits and country credibility.
DARREN BESSETTE AND THE DESTINATION BOUND BAND: Ten Thousand Miles
New contemporary Country Music
MATT STILLWELL: Take It All In
Original, Fresh, and Real Country/Bluegrass Music.
DAVID WAYNE MATHIAS: I Found A New Love
Traditional Country Music. David is true to country and has a unique voice that is strong and believable. www.angrycountry.com says, "The twang of Garth Brooks, the tone of Kenney Chesney and the style of John Michael Montgomery.
IVAN FLEMING: More Than That
Clean, honest country that will make you think that you have lived this life the same way.
TERRY TANNER: Is It You
fantastic mixture of traditional, modern and acoustic country
THE RYAN ROBERTSON FAMILY: Little Yellow Seeds
Contemporary Gospel with a touch of country.
CORNEL DYKE: Here I Am
A rootsy blend of traditional and modern country with a diverse selection of original songs that pull at the heart.
CODY JAMES: Cody James-Better State of Mind
The rich baritone of this successful songwriter turned artist gets this modern country CD off to a rockin' start with the title track. James also fills his self penned ballads with a great deal of emotion that can only send shivers up any babes back.
SHAWN DODD: State of Mind
Texan Shawn Dodd combines his contemporary style and traditional sound to deliver a one of a kind Country album.
SHELBY MERCHANT: Sweet Tea
A good blend of traditional country and contemporary singer/songwriter pop. If you like James Taylor, Garth Brooks, or John Mayer then you should like Shelby's style.
JUSTIN HAIGH: Pale Horse Rider
There's uptempo honky tonk songs and thoughtful ballads from this experienced performer's debut album. This is not cross-over, power-pop, sorta-country. This IS traditional, straight ahead, real South Dakota country.
DOBIE TOMS: Somewhere in the neighborhood
True country. A throw back to the Bakersfield soud with and edge.
JOEL FRY: Joel Fry
Fun, Soulful, Country music . This debut CD from Joel Fry is quickly gaining attention. It may be the best album you haven't heard, yet. But you will. "This strong country vocalist knows his way around a honky-tonk..."-Robert K. Oermann:Music Row Magazine
DAN KERWIN: Live from America
Reckless, passionate, soulfull and strong maybe some ways to describe this brand new and original Modern Country Album.
MAL RODGERS: Y'all Ready Now
The debut album from USA Network Nashville star 2 finalist Mal Rodgers (the irish guy) this album has it all from slow ballads to the crowd pleasing the girl next door this whole album is self penned by mal whatever you do dont miss this one.
TAVSON BROTHERS: Time Changes Everything
Progressive Country-Country Rock with some traditional style Country thrown in. Great melodies and hooks to please any good country fan. Produced by Steve Haggard at the infamous Wild Oats Records Label (www.wildoatsrecords.com). Enjoy and Good Journey.
KENT GRAY: I Know How She Feels
Kent Gray's award winning music is an awesome mix of traditional, contemporary and alternative country. His outstanding songwriting skills along with his smooth vocal perfomance places him in the same category as Vince Gill, Garth Brooks and Alan Jackson.
J.P. WILLIAMS: So Where's the Stage?
Live acoustic country music with a little blues flare.
NO HIT WONDERS SONGWRITERS TOUR: Underdog
Pop-country with a little bit of gospel-soul
BARRY LEE WHITE: That's Me
Once in a while you hear a voice that stands apart from the pack, singing songs that touch you deeply. This is one of those artists, Enjoy.
Traditional Country flavored in modern influences with great songs. KenTodd combines traditional country vocals with a modern country style that is both genuine and true to his roots.
KEITH NORRIS: Deuce
H-O-T Texas-style Country Music at limited time Summer Sale PRICE. Get yours now. Norris is often compared to early Garth and George Strait by reviewers and fans. Enjoy his self-described "leading edge neo-traditional modern day honky-tonk" country music.
ARTIST FOR A CURE: One Step Closer
Fresh contemporary music that will move you and be with you for a lifetime. Producers of "One Step Closer" Bob McGilpin and John Foster, "John and I feel honored and privileged to be a small part of a very big cause" - Bob McGilpin, producer.
DUNCAN WALTERS: Northern Rain
Country music is unrecognisable from what it was when the great Hank Williams walked the earth. However, here is an album and an artist: Duncan Walters who re-establishes and re-enacts that innocence, integrity, and simple joy that sometimes seems so lost
GREG DODSON: Have You Heard About A Man Named Christ
Christian Country/pop like you've never heard it before; all the catchy, upbeat jangles of your favorite Country but enhanced with a spiritual and uplifting message.
ERIC DODGE: Since I Let You Go
This is new Modern Country sound with a Country Rock twist to it. You will love what we have done to this music. Check it out and let me know.
STEVE MCCORMICK: Chasin' Down Destiny
Fresh mix of modern and traditional, all-original, feel-good, country music with powerful vocals reminiscent of George Strait, Garth, Alan and Clint. You may even see your own life through his songs.
EVANGELINE: Beer Talkin'
Scots band launches bid for world domination with debut album of original kick-ass country. Find out what happened when Hank Williams met Garth Brooks at an Eagles gig....in Glasgow. Don't say you weren't warned....
STEPHEN COCHRAN: When A Hero Falls
A great mixture of more traditional country and new country sounds that all will enjoy time and time again .
LEE GERINGER: A Good Friend
traditional meets contemporary country by a young and talented singer song writer from tennessee
K WILDER: Caffeine & Country Music
Heartfelt, rockin' female country with plenty of hearty twang and dancin' swing.
BRENT MAVERIC: Brent Maveric
Classic Country from a classy artist with first-rate vocals and a fresh but rooted vibe, similar to Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw, and Alan Jackson
NINA STOREY: Nina Storey
Singer/songwriter, Nina Storey from Boulder, Colorado, blends an eclectic sound of blues, rock, funk and pop with powerful lyrics, and a raw,soulful, yet intimate voice.
NELLIE EVE: December Songs
Witchy folk gypsy sea traveler fighting waves and surf to find a way home.
LISA HALEY: All the Way Live!
A live CD of "Americana Zydeco" that will have you dancing on the table. 21st Century Louisiana music at its finest. Lisa has worked with Sir George Martin (Beatles producer), multi-Grammy winner KebMo', Brian Setzer, and John Hiatt.
TRACY NELSON: Live From Cell Block D
She's the legendary vocalist who fronted Mother Earth and brought a hard country sensibility to rock and blues. This is a live album recorded before, quite literally, a captive audience of male and female inmates at the West Tennessee Detention Center.
OCTAVIA: Down In The Hollow
For Wicked Haunting blues harp with unnaturally long notes (no studio tricks), packed with the emotion a woman can portray, coupled with Powerful and textured vocals, in mostly original material with meaningful painted lyrics you can relate to.
Funky, Dynamic, Thought Provoking Rock with crystal clear production, intelligent lyrics, and infectious grooves.
ANYA SINGLETON: Not Easy To Forget
Rich throaty jazz that aches with the sting of the blues, for lovers of contemporary and old school jazz alike.
FRANCESCA DE FAZI: Blues Dues
BARBARA BLUE: LOVE Money Can't Buy
Hot sultry Blues & R&B..... From the New Orleans, The Delta, Memphis, St. Louis, Detroit, Chicago and back.... This gal's got it all...
TREASA LEVASSEUR: Not a Straight Line
soulful, sincere, sassy singing, serious and seasoned players, sexy and smart songs
LACY J. DALTON: The Last Wild Place Anthology
Country diva Lacy J. Dalton's first move back to her singer-songwriter roots since leaving Nashville. Acoustic-based music from the quiet introspective to the rollicking good time. New edition feature 5 new recordings of classic Lacy J. Dalton hits.
"Like Billy Holliday Meets the Sex Pistols."-NME A groundbreaking Seattle punk band fronted by Mia Zapata. Includes CDRom and video. Unreleased versions, new songs and early singles.
JAN JAMES: Drive Me Home
Sultry, blues with a rock edge, this is the 7th CD release from this Chicago artist showcasing her powerful, soulful voice with the best of the blues from the front porch to the backwoods and back downtown, featuring the awesome guitar of Craig Calvert.
"Breathtaking", "Mesmerizing", "Unique", "Unbelieveably Talented" . . . is just a sample of what people are saying about FOLKLORE. Please listen to the sound samples and leave a review (at bottom of page) or visit www.thr3.com for more info.
JANE CROWE: 2 Days 2 Weeks 2 Months
BRANDI SHEARER: Music Of A Saturday Night
Combining the elements of traditional blues, bluegrass, and rock 'n' roll with her rich and powerful voice, Brandi Shearer brings the best of all worlds to her haunting songwriting.
JEN PORTER: It's About Time
Powerhouse vocals over piano-driven rock with life & love-centered themes
SUSAN SHELLER: On The Way To Here
poetic folk rock'n roll with a whole lotta soul
SHELLEY NEILL: entree blue
"Don't be fooled by Shelley Neill's conservative Bostonian roots or her Melanie Griffith blondeness. Beneath those sunny curls is a head for the blues and a torch-singer sensibility..." (from a review of her last CD in JazzTimes Magazine)
DUFFY BISHOP WITH HER PALACE OF CULTURE: The Queen's Own Bootleg
Live Blues and R&B with killer vocals by the Queen - Duffy Bishop. A must for fans of Janis Joplin, Etta James and Big Maybelle
JENNIE DEVOE: Thank You goodnight....
Compilation of live recordings - soul/ funk/ pop music with lyrical meaning that appeals to all ages
PATRICE PIKE: New Cool Sampler
A brief bite from her forthcoming release... Patrice brings her strong lyrics and powerful vocals to the fore in these songs.
LISA HALEY: Waiting for the Sky
"SwampRock" - contemporary Pop/Zydeco. VERY upbeat - happy Rock n' Roll.
JOY RYDER: DeFragMenTaTioN
Outsider Punkrock, Soul, Blues Amalgam
PURA Fé: Follow Your Heart's Desire
Native chanteuse Pur Fé didn't just chance upon the myriad music styles you hear on her debut. They flow in her blood...Robbie Robertson recently said Pura Fé has 'the voice of an angel.' 'Believe the hype.'-Toronto Sun
TERESA JAMES & THE RHYTHM TRAMPS: Oh Yeah
If Delbert McClinton had a sister...she might sound like this. With a funky, greasy band that's somewhere between New Orleans, Texas, Little Village & Little Feat.
"Jazz noir" (creative interpretations of standards) performed by the alt pop/rock artists who have since formed Stephanie's Id.
SOPHIA RAMOS: Her Majesty
NYC's Sophia Ramos has a raging, powerful singing voice straight out of the Headbanger's Ball. Sophia Ramos is everything that a woman in rock could possibly be. Her music rocks, while her voice snarls and seduces, and the total magnetism she commands is
DUFFY BISHOP BAND: Bottled Oddities
Passionate singing, modern roots and blues in the spirit of Janis Joplin, Susan Tedesci, and Big Maybelle.
THE DUFFY BISHOP BAND: Fly The Rocket
Great R&B vocals with a hot horn band.
SEKA: Shallow and Halo
Ok, let us straight out a few things first. SEKA is an amazing songwritertalent and a dazzling vocalist. Maximum expression, sensual and a fiery blue emotion, she is singing a way that makes the clocks stop ticking.
LORRAINE FERRO: Languishing In Turbulence
A powerful, soul-exposing, sexy rock-pop album that takes listerners on a wild ride..."passionate vocals combined with catchy hooks"..."dense, Lanois-esque production...incredible lyrics...amazing voice"
JENNIE DEVOE: Fireworks & Karate Supplies
A hippie-soul-gospel-bluesy-folk-rock type thing sung in a "soulful-honey-gravel voice"
THE HARD LESSONS: Wise Up!
Somewhere between the rawness of the White Stripes, the power of the Foo Fighters, and the hip factor of Death From Above 1979, is Detroit's most promising new act, The Hard Lessons.
CHERYL MURDOCK: Starting Fires
A blend of edgy pop and rock with honest singer-songwriter grit and dynamic vocals.
BARBARA HEALY/ TIM DANFORTH: Lullabies For A Troubled Planet
Original acoustic music with rich blend of blues, folk, country blues, and gospel, sung by one of the Pacific Northwest's finest blues singers.
This full pop production shines with quality soul and funky groove...
PATRICE PIKE AND THE BLACK BOX REBELLION: Fencing Under Fire
"Patrice Pike has come of age. Grown into her thick-throated wail and come away with a husky come-hither."