Loudon Wainwright III has announced his new album Lifetime Achievement, is to be released August 19. His first album of new original songs since 2014’s Haven’t Got The Blues Yet, Lifetime Achievement finds LWIII in a state of deep reflection at age 75, over a set of 15 recently written, insightful and incisive gems that he wasn’t even planning to pen.
Two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee and founding member of both the Hollies and Crosby, Stills & Nash, Graham Nash released his new album Graham Nash: Live at the beginning of May to widespread critical acclaim. The record features Nash performing his first two critically acclaimed solo albums, Songs For Beginners and Wild …
It took Amy Speace just a day and a half to record her new album, Tucson, out now on digital services (CD coming soon). Don’t think it’s some rush job, though — Speace spent most of her life finding her way to write it.
Long admired for the carefully chosen cover versions of songs that have been part of their repertoire from the very beginning, Cowboy Junkies will release Songs of the Recollection on March 25 on Proper Records, consisting of nine covers both newly recorded and curated from previous album projects.
Beautifully uplifting and deeply personal, Amy Speace has made the most revealing album of her career with There Used to Be Horses Here. Recorded in Nashville in just four days, the award-winning songwriter pulls directly from her own childhood memories, coming of age in New York City, and losing a parent while learning to become one.