“Nein,” Max Creeps – May 13

“Straight From the Heart,” Kenny Neal – May 20

“ALWAYS,” The Frightnrs – May 27

“Orange Blood,” Mt. Joy – June 17

“Unprecedented,” UB40 Featuring Ali Campbell & Astro – June 17

“Hackensaw Boys,” Hackensaw Boys – June 24

“Voodoo Nation,” Supersonic Blues Machine – June 24

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“No Wow (The Tchad Blake Mix 2022),” The Kills – June 3


“Stars: The Best of 1992–2002,” The Cranberries – May 27

“Bricks Are Heavy (30th Anniversary Edition),” L7 – Sept. 30

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Even If It Breaks Your Barefoot Friday Night,” Eric Paslay (revamped hits — both his own and those he’s written for other artists; Hear here; Read here; On Tour; Paso Fino)

“AIR,” SAULT (Hear here; Forever Living Originals)

“Born Losers,” Altameda (Hear here; Missing Piece)

“Hard Times and a Woman,” Justin Golden (Virginia singer-guitarist’s debut album; producer: Chip Hale; Justin Golden Music)

“I’m Just Plain Mister Smith,” Plain Mister Smith (guests: Jordan Klassen, Jocelyn Price; Hear here; Popoganda)

“Coming up Roses,” Chris Moreno (four-song EP; Hear here; Chris Moreno)

“Trials,” Chad Nelson (Chad Nelson)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Memories, Conan Gray |
Like You’ve Never Been Loved, Becca Bowen |
Ghosts, Walter Trout |
Help Me Out, Little Hurt |
Is It Love, Quarterhead & Camylio |
Dalawampu’t Dalawang Oo (2200), Ez Mil |
Keeper, Trevor Martin |
Verizon, Reo Cragun |
Waikiki, Ian Storm & Bright Sparks
Sativa, The Rock House All Stars feat. Donnie Bell |
Flower of Life, Taleen Kali |
Mama, do you think it’s gonna rain all day?, (((S))) |
Oceans, Svvarms
Melt, Anthony Quaid |
Can’t Run Away, Classified Frequency
Daisy, The Q-Tip Bandits
I Can’t Make You Love Me, Dauzat St. Marie
Princess Mike, Grey Delisle & the Roughhousers
You & I, Daisy Guttridge … a cover of Lady Gaga
Bala sem colete, Lukky Boy
My Town, Your Town, Robert Sarazin Blake |
But I Don’t Know Your Name, Better Strangers … South Florida-based rock band includes drummer Nic Collins, 20-year-old son of Phil Collins


Vince Hill (88)
Bobby Vinton (87)
Peter Garrett (69)
Jason Scheff (60)
Jimmy Osmond (59)
David Pirner (58)
Kelli O’Hara (46)
Akon (39)
Chance the Rapper (29)


Skip Spence (1946-1999)

Morris Stoloff (1898-1980)


“I’ve seen your picture
Your name in lights above it
This is your big debut
It’s like a dream come true”


“Brown Sugar,” The Rolling Stones (the first single from “Sticky Fingers”; it topped the charts in the U.S. and Canada and No. 2 in the U.K.; the B-side was “Bitch”; producer: Jimmy Miller; Rolling Stones)


Art Rupe (record mogul who helped launch Little Richard, Sam Cooke, etc.)

Ronald Lee DeMoor, aka Johnny Counterfit (celebrity impressionist)


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