"What My Friends Talk About" is a delightful piece of music that fits well into Aidan James' expanding wheelhouse of instantly catchy pop tunes
In a year when your favorite long-dormant musical act finally released new material after a multi-year hiatus, only a precious few releases -- from voices old and new -- were truly able to capture the pop culture zeitgeist. These are those albums.
Mixing some bland "alternate" and "film" versions of Whitney Houston's six songs included on The Bodyguard with exemplary live cuts, this latest posthumous collection for the singer focuses on pleasing hardcore fans and virtually no one else.
Long eclipsed by the works of many country contemporaries, Kris Kristofferson and Rita Coolidge's first album, Full Moon, gets a new look.
Rising Nashville pop singer Daphne Willis keeps on the sunny side of the street with her latest earworm "Keep on Keepin' On".
The double-edged sword of success — and the fame and fortune that have accompanied it to stratospheric levels for her — inform many of the songs on Reputation, possibly the most anticipated album of the always-intensive fall season.
Tegan explains how personal loss and the experience of being talked out of breaking up the band gave her and Sara the confidence to become the stars they are today.