This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - Jazz musician John Nelson, the father of pop star Prince, dies at the age of 85. Nelson wrote several of his sons songs, including "Computer Blue," "The Ladder," "Christopher Tracy's Parade," "Under the Cherry Moon," and "Scandalous."
Truth Be Told

Truth Be Told

That harmonica guy is back, really back.
Little Black Dress & Other Stories

Little Black Dress & Other Stories

Singer/songwriter Anny Celsi, late of Los Angeles bands the Tearjerkers and Annyland, steps out with a dark-hued album for her own indie label.
Light Blue Sun

Light Blue Sun

Lili Haydn is a violin-wielding singer/songwriter who has been trapped in the role of breathless electronica diva.
Streets of Heaven

Streets of Heaven

Already a veteran of the Music Row wars, Aussie singer/songwriter SherriÉ Austin resurfaces on Broken Bow as a more focused, mature artist without sacrificing her trademark spunk and style.
XXX (30 Años)

XXX (30 Años)

Mexican ranchera singer/songwriter JosÉ Alfredo JimÉnez authored some of the most beloved standards in mariachi ranchera repertoire, including "El Rey," "Si Nos Dejan" and "Te Solte la Rienda."
Midnight

Midnight

Vocalist Diane Schuur has teamed with composer Barry Manilow and his co-writer Eddie Arkin for this, her third album for Concord.
Resonance

Resonance

Most sophomores at the University of Southern California are still trying to figure out their major fields.
Marc-André Hamelin, piano

Marc-André Hamelin, piano

The mazurka is an old Polish folk dance made world-famous by Chopin, whose reinventions of the form are adored to this day.
Faith

Faith

Lewis and his six-voice ensemble, based in Minneapolis, debut with a strikingly strong, engaging 12-song collection.

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