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Megan Hilty- It Happens All the Time
Star of the hit show Smash on NBC, Megan Hilty takes her stardom to a new level by entering the music industry with the release of her first solo album, It Happens All the Time.
Bon Jovi - What About Now
Bon Jovi's latest single Because We Can has already gone #1 in over 12 countries, so there is no doubt fans will be rushing to get their latest album What About Now, out today. Teasing their fans every other week with the release of a new alternate version of the video for Because We Can leading up to the release has certainly caused a buzz and anticipation for this album. You can hear a lot of the new songs when Bon Jovi arrives to your town as they are currently on tour. For more on the new album and tour dates go to BonJovi.com.
David Bowie - The Next Day
David Bowie is back with his first album in ten years, The Next Day. Fans were surprised earlier this year when David released his first single, Where Are We Now, literally out of nowhere, only adding to the anticipation of his release. David has always explored and experimented with fashion, style, art, and his writing, so fans are excited to hear what he has to say. For more on Bowie go to DavidBowie.com.
Motown Originals: The Classic Songs that inspired the Broadway show!
Before the highly anticipated Broadway musical for Motown opens on April 14th, UME is releasing all the hits that inspired the musical with Motown Originals, out today. When Berry Gordy began Motown Records in 1959, he literally changed music forever by bringing us some of music's biggest icons to date including The Temptations, Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross & The Supremes, not to mention Smokey Robinson and the Jackson 5, that has spanned through the generations. The special two-disc, expanded version has over 20 additional tracks including Motown's very first national hit, Money (That's What I Want) by Barrett Strong so this is a must have for your music collection.
The Bible Music Inspired by the Epic Miniseries
With over 27 million viewers on its first weekend, The Bible miniseries has launched itself into epic proportions. Last week we showed you the release of the soundtrack for the History Channel's docudrama, but today you can get The Bible Music Inspired by the Epic Miniseries. Featuring some of the top Christian artists like, For King and Country, Jason Castro, and a special duet with Wynonna Judd and Kenny Rogers, this album is a perfect partnership between World Entertainment, Mark Burnett and Roma Downey, because as Mark said, "All of the artists' music fits beautifully with our vision of The Bible."
Eric Clapton - Old Sock
After decades of entertaining his fans, Eric Clapton is not slowing down anytime soon. Eric just announced a major world tour and released his twenty-first studio album, Old Sock, today. The album features two new original songs: Every Little Thing and Gotta Get Over. Produced by Eric Clapton, Doyle Bramhall II, Justin Stanley and Simon Climie, the album is a collection of some of Clapton's favorite songs from childhood all the way to the present, showing Eric's passion and extensive knowledge about music. With a mix of various genres (from reggae to rock) this album is diverse and continues to showcase why Eric is one of the biggest living music legends of our time.
Jason Crabb - Love Is Stronger
Grammy Award winner Jason Crabb releases his new album titled Love Is Stronger today. Crabb's 11-song collection is produced by Rascal Flatts star Jay DeMarcus, Ed Cash, and Wayne Haun. Jason is the reigning GMA Dove Artist of the Year and has been, in the past, crowned Male Vocalist of the Year.
Spencer Day- The Mystery of You
Spencer Day, a modern jazz singer and songwriter, released his new album, The Mystery of You, today. Day's 12 track compilation includes exhilarating songs about a romantic relationship from a passionate beginning to a painful demise. Spencer's previous album peaked number 11 on Billboards Jazz Album Charts, so you shouldn't expect none the less from this up-and-coming jazz star.