2013 release, the seventh album from the R&B singer/songwriter. On the album, Avant pulls inspiration from R&B legends such as Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Frankie Beverly & Maze, Luther Vandross and Kenny Babyface Edmonds. By blending traditional sounds with a contemporary flare, the album not only pays homage to these R&B legends, it stays true to Avant's own sound.
This April-2013 Willie Nelson turns 80 years old, a milestone which has not slowed down the American icon in the slightest. Following the success of his 2012 success Heroes, Willie Nelson returns, this time with his Family band, to deliver another beautiful new album of songs that are near and dear to his heart. Like the man himself, this stunning collection is not easily defined by genre or style. The songs include American standards and country classics, Irving Berlin and Carl Perkins, Django Reinhart as
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WAAAYYY before American Idol was the New Faces of Broadway series, which brought about the discoveries of Eartha Kitt, Imogene Coca, Henry Fonda, Paul Lynde and many others. This sixth installment introduced the world to Madeline Kahn and Robert Klein, and this show featured some of the best writers in the biz. CD debut!
2010 release, the 13th studio album from the multi-platinum selling, Grammy-winning recording artist. Kenny G and renowned studio master Walter Afanasieff produced and arranged the album, the follow-up to 2008's Latin jazz collection Rhythm And Romance. Heart and Soul, returns Kenny to his R&B roots including tracks with guest artists Robin Thicke and Babyface. Fans will recognize Kenny signature style on the sensual 'Fall Again,' featuring R&B crooner Robin Thicke, the album's first single. Commenting on
Famed writer and jazz critic Bill Milkowski said the following about Faces & Places,Surging with pulse-quickening grooves, drenched in Third World exotica, charged with improvisational abandon and teeming with typical machismo, Faces & Places is quintessential Joe Zawinul. The maestro shows no signs of slowing down artistically as he pushes the envelope on this exhilarating ride. Indeed, the everprolific, relestlessly creative synth wizard and bandleader seems to bring his keyboard virtuosity, expansive