From the opening track, "Dead of Night," to its slightly more subdued finale, "Stayed a Little Late Tonight," the duo's 16th studio album is chock full of high- energy greatness. Andy Bell opens up about the duo's enduring "Flame."
Stevie Nicks drops a collection of older hits, while Mary Lambert debuts. English artist Paloma Faith drops her third album, Irish rockers The Script drop their fourth studio album, and American singer Colbie Caillet serves up her fifth.
Mary Lambert hits the road with her fall headlining North American tour, which kicked off on October 10 in Toronto and continues through mid November.
With Andy's added fabulous outness, their new CD "The Violet Flame," and their world concert tour, Erasure are back in the deserved spotlight. Andy Bell talks.
Singer Jennifer Knapp just came out, and she's using her voice to help start a discussion about LGBTs in religion, just in time for National Coming Out Day.
Jennifer Hudson is back with her third studio album, Lucinda Williams drops her 11th studio album and Erasure goes for sweet sixteen. Tony Bennett and Gaga sings the classics, and Weezer drops their first album in four years.
It's not a comeback but a musical (r)evolution for the artist known as Prince, who saddles up with the all-girl rock band 3RDEYEGIRL on not one, but two new albums.
This CD is quartered into the stages of a relationship: The Sex (the passionate emotions), The Love (the maturity), The Pain (the break up), For You (rememberance).
With the release of his newest musical Christmas list, "Family Guy" Seth MacFarlane is ready to swing into your Holiday record collection.