Bonnie Raitt's been around long enough to have ghosts -- or at east friendly spirits -- all over the country. And she was feeling them when she and her band hit Ann Arbor for the fifth show of their North American tour supporting Raitt's new album, "Souls Alike."
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Mariah Carey will on Nov. 15 re-release her Island Def Jam album "The Emancipation of Mimi" as a "Platinum Edition" with four new tracks. The set will also be available in a limited edition CD/DVD package.
You cannot fence in Jamie Cullum. The spunky 26-year-old pianist's appeal ranges from teenagers to the fiftysomething crowd. And he not only entertains with a plucky panache but also displays heartfelt emotion in his live performances.
Neil Diamond unveils some of the most stripped-down, heartfelt material of his storied career on "12 Songs," due Nov. 8 via Columbia. As previously reported, the project was produced by Rick Rubin, who encouraged Diamond to play guitar on one of his own albums for the first time in nearly 30 years. Backing is provided by the Heartbreakers' Mike Campbell and Benmont Tench, among others.