Richard Thompson - StillStill (out now), is testament to Richard Thompson’s ongoing evolution as a songwriter and performer, and his willingness to continue challenging himself. “By this point,” Thompson explains, “I’ve done about forty albums on my own. I know how to make records. I know the process. But I also fall into my own patterns and habits. Some songs, you never finish… you let them lie for 20 years, adding a line, changing a verse,” reflects songwriter and guitarist Richard Thompson. “Songs always sound best before you write them, before you get them on paper or into a recording.”


Bill Wyman - Back To BasicsBill Wyman
Released: 22nd June 2015
Formats: CD / Download

Most artists put out a record every couple of years. Occasionally they leave it a decade or so or, at a push, even two. But 33 years… that’s going some. Unbelievably, it’s been that long since Bill Wyman, illustrious ex-Rolling Stone bass player, released his last UK solo CD. The CD comprises 12 tracks, nine of which are brand new songs, while the digital version also features a bonus track, ‘Exciting’.
Paul Brady - The Vicar St. Sessions Vol. 1Paul Brady – The Vicar St. Sessions Vol. 1
Released: 27th April 2015
Formats: CD / Download

In October 2001, Paul Brady played twenty-three successive gigs in the legendary Dublin venue, Vicar St., bringing together a glorious array of guest artists from around the globe including Bonnie Raitt, Mark Knopfler, Van Morrison, Sinéad O’Connor, Ronan Keating, Curtis Stigers, Gavin Friday & Maurice Seezer, Eleanor McEvoy, Brian Kennedy, Moya Brennan, Mary Black, Maura O’Connell and many more. This album is the first definitive document celebrating those Vicar St. nights, already part of musical folklore.
Tom Russell - The Rose of RoscraeTom Russell – The Rose of Roscrae
Released: 13th April 2015
Formats: CD / Download

Tom Russell’s anticipated double-album folk opera, The Rose of Roscrae, features a who’s who of legendary Americana icons including: Jimmie Dale Gilmore, David Olney, Johnny Cash, Joe Ely, Augie Meyers, Fats Kaplin, Barry Walsh, Jimmy LaFave, Gretchen Peters, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Walt Whitman, Moses “Clear Rock” Platt, Jack Hardy, David Massengill, A.L. “Bert” Lloyd, Finbar Furey, Sourdough Slim, Blackie Farrell, Tex Ritter, Glen Orhlin, Pat Russell, John Trudell, Henry Real Bird, Thad Beckman, Maura O’Connell, Eliza Gilkyson, The McCrary Sisters, Ian Tyson, Bonnie Dobson, Lead Belly, Guy Clark, Dan Penn, Gurf Morlix, and Pat Manske.
Allison Moorer - Down To BelievingAllison Moorer – Down To Believing
Released: 16th March 2015
Formats: CD / Download

Produced by longtime friend and collaborator, guitarist Kenny Greenberg, Allison Moorer’s new album ‘Down To Believing’ was recorded over two years in Nashville while Moorer commuted back and forth from her home in New York City. Her eighth studio recording since her 1998 debut Alabama Song, Down To Believing is her most personal collection of songs to date; one in which Rolling Stone has already called “brilliant and extraordinarily candid.”
Joan Baez - DiamantesJoan Baez – Diamantes
Released: 9th March 2015
Formats: CD / Download

‘Diamantes’ is the new album from Joan Baez, due for release on the 9th March, the album was originally created for a tour of South America in 2014 and is being made available on general release for the first time. It combines Spanish language songs culled from the 1988 recording, ‘Diamonds and Rust in the Bullring,’ with some concert favourites and two newly recorded Portuguese songs “O’Cangaceiro” and “Ate Amanha/Te Ador”.