A deepest of the deepest cuts from Elton John released on his 1992 record, The One. The song centers around a father coming to grips with the sexuality of his son who is dying from an AIDS-related illness. This was also the first single released to benefit Elton’s AIDs foundation. Bernie faxed the lyrics to Paris shortly after Freddie Mercury had died.
The new record form the laid back singer-songwriter, Yellow Coat, is out in September.
Orville Peck is one of the breakout stars of 2020. Here is the latest video of his critically acclaimed record, Pony.
Hamilton Leithauser, the lead singer of The Walkmen, releases his first solo record later in the year. Here, he performs the debut single in the intimate Carlyle hotel venue.
Originally discovered by Peter Gabriel and signed to his Real World record label, Joseph Arthur on his new record, Come Back World, delivers a set of ballads that exhibit his guitar skills and songwriting prowess in fine fashion.
Having been able to listen to 4 songs from this record that have been released into the wild from the upcoming March 6th release, Dixie Blur, We already have this one slated for our best of 2020 list. See if you don’t agree.
There is a bit of a 70’s vibe coming from singer-songwriter Freeman and his song, “London Nights.” Look for his new record to come out in May 2020.
We are not sure how we missed Yep Rock Records, the label for Chuck Profit when we were calling out the best record companies, but we did, and we are here to make amends. In advance of a new release later this year San Francisco’s golden boy is out with a new single.
New West Records is on our list of favorite music labels with virtually every artist in the stable right up our musical alley. In addition to Robert Ellis, the diverse artists they represent include Wild Moccasins, Andrew Combs, Seratones, and Sam Doores, all of which are very much worthy of your ear-time.
This new and eclectic singer-songwriter from Italy has a new record, Beyond Space and Time, Coming out on January 24th. This song is a folk-inflected number that captures the feelings of a person that sees his familiar world growing increasingly strange.