[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]UPDATES / ADDITIONS[/su_highlight]


“If Everything Happens For A Reason … Then Nothing Really Matters At All,” Gone Is Gone – Dec. 4

“SUCKAPUNCH,” You Me at Six – Jan. 15

“Holy Ground,” The Dead Daisies – Jan. 22

“Strawberry Mansion,” Langhorne Slim – Jan. 29

“When You Found Me,” Lucero – Jan. 29

“By Request,” A.J. Croce – Feb. 5

“Chemical Warfare,” Escape the Fate – Feb. 19

“Hunter and the Dog Star,” Edie Brickell & New Bohemians – Feb. 19

“The Lunar Injection Kool Aid Eclipse Conspiracy,” Rob Zombie – March 12


“40 Years – The Greatest Hits,” Spandau Ballet – Nov. 27

“Black Wind, Fire and Steel: The Atlantic Albums 1987-1992,” Manowar – Dec. 4

“White Pony (20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition),” Deftones – Dec. 11

“The Atlantic and Verve Collection,” Jimmy Giuffre – Dec. 11

“Gold,” Europe – Jan. 15

“Tourist (20th Anniversary Travel Versions),” St Germain – Jan. 29

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[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]MORE NEW MUSIC FRIDAY RELEASES[/su_highlight]


“The Day Before Halloween,” Atmosphere (Rhymesayers)

“HARK!,” Andrew Bird (13-song holiday album; Loma Vista Recordings / Concord)

“Extinction Level Event 2: The Wrath of God,” Busta Rhymes (his first album in eight years; Conglomerate Ent.)

“Something to Say,” Cory Henry (Culture Collective)

“Budapest Concert,” Keith Jarrett (ECM)

“December Baby,” JoJo (13-song holiday album; guests: PJ Morton, Jacob Collier; Warner)

“A Tori Kelly Christmas,” Tori Kelly (guest: Babyface; Capitol)

“Lockdown Songs,” Buddy & Julie Miller (includes a tribute to John Lewis, “The Last Bridge You Will Cross”; Buddy Miller & Julie Miller)

“Hope Has a Name,” Passion (seven-song EP; Six Steps)

“I Can Still Hear You,” Suzzy Roche & Lucy Wainwright Roche (guests: Indigo Girls; Storysound)

“Vignettes,” Wesley Schultz (co-founder of The Lumineers; Dualtone)

“The Many Moods of Donald Trump,” Harry Shearer (Twanky)

“Unplugged for the People (The Acoustic Greatest Hits),” Tenth Avenue North (Reunion)

“Live Before the World Shut Down,” Matthew West (six-song EP; Story House Collective)


“Ron Dante’s Funhouse!,” Ron Dante (two-CD, 45-song compilation; Sunset Blvd.)

“Stankonia (20th Anniversary Edition),” OutKast (2000 album, featuring “B.O.B. [Bombs Over Baghdad],” “Ms. Jackson”and “So Fresh, So Clean”; Black & White Galaxy Colored Vinyl; LaFace / Legacy)

“Pilots of Purple Twilight: The Virgin Recordings 1980-1983,” Tangerine Dream (Virgin / UMe)

[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]OTHER NOTABLE RELEASES[/su_highlight]

The Flower Kings David Garfield Jakob Leventhal
Manongo Mujica & Terje Evensen Tom Oren PREP
Strung Like a Horse Ane Brun John Petrucci
Mat & Savanna Shaw Like Moths To Flames Jimmie Vaughan
Brian Courtney Wilson Queen Naija Tom Morello

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I have a voice / Started out a whisper / Turned into a scream / Made a beautiful noise / Shoulder to shoulder / Marching in the street / When you’re all alone / It’s a quiet breeze / But when you band together / It’s a choir of thunder and rain / Now we have a choice / ‘Cause I have a voice.

[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]NEW SONGS[/su_highlight]

A Beautiful Noise, Alicia Keys & Brandi Carlile
It’s Not Christmas Till Somebody Cries, Carly Rae Jepsen
Fever, Dua Lipa x Angèle
Through My Ray-Bans, Eric Church
Holiday, Richard Marx
WALK YOU HOME, Bishop Briggs
Sundown Betty / I Swear It Wasn’t Me, Widespread Panic
People Change, Londin Thompson
Stand Tall, Ivan Polanco
Hate When You’re Gone, Chris Roberts
Low Clouds, AL_X
Scream Out My Lungs, Southpaw
Baby, Indigo Sparke

[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS[/su_highlight]

Nov. 1 Birthdays

Bill Anderson (83)
Kinky Friedman (76)
David Foster (71)
Keith Stegall (66)
Lyle Lovett (63)
Eddie MacDonald (61)
Anthony Kiedis (58)
Mags Furuholmen (58)
Rick Allen (57)
Big Kenny (57)
Sophie B. Hawkins (56)
Willie D (54)
Dale Wallace (51)
Bo Bice (45)

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Oct. 31 Birthdays

Tom Paxton (83)
Russ Ballard (73)
Brian Stokes Mitchell (63)
Larry Mullen Jr. (59)
Johnny Marr (57)
Mikkey Dee (57)
Darryl Worley (56)
Annabella Lwin (55)
Ad-Rock (54)
Rob Van Winkle, aka Vanilla Ice (53)
Rogers Stevens (51)
Linn Berggren (50)
Smokie Norful (47)
Tay Strathairn (40)
Frank Iero (39)
Willow Smith (20)

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[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]R.I.P.[/su_highlight]

Nikki McKibbin (finished third on the first season of “American Idol”)

Bishop Rance Allen (gospel singer)

Richard “Richie Mac” McDonald (Chosen Few)

[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]MUSIC NEWS[/su_highlight]

> Bruce Springsteen narrates new Biden ad about hometown of Scranton

> David Lee Roth releases new song dedicated to Eddie Van Halen

> Watch The Rolling Stones performing ‘Sympathy for the Devil’ live for the first time (a previously unreleased cut from their ‘Rock and Roll Circus’ concert film)

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