Singled Out: Jesse Eplan's Dank
18-year-old hip-hop artist Jesse Eplan recently released his new EP 'Trap Harmony'. To celebrate we asked him to tell us the story behind the track 'Dank'
Singled Out: Phillip Broussard's Best Friend
Acoustic blues-pop singer-songwriter Phillip Broussard recently released his EP 'Wavelength' and to celebrate we asked Phillip to share with us the story behind the moving track 'Best Friend'.
Singled Out: Heidevolk's Ontwaakt
Heidevolk are releasing their new album 'Vuur van Verzet' ('Fire of Resistance') this week and to celebrate we asked guitarist Koen 'Vuurdichter' Romeijn to tell us about the single 'Ontwaakt'.
Root 66: Hymn River Suite - Hundred Proof
Hymn River Suite is brother and sister duo Justin Mathenia and Amy Snyder and their music is informed by their upbringing along the Mississippi River in Illinois across the river from St. Louis, where the heartland butts up against the South.
Singled Out: ellee ven's The L Word
Self-Proclaimed Groovalutionary ellee ven releases new single 'The L Word' Produced by and Featuring L.A. rapper, Prodeje. To celebrate we asked both of them to tell us about the new track.
Root 66: Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver - Life is a Story
Lawson and company kick off with "Kids These Days," a reflective cut about how life was simpler not so long ago. With yearning lead vocals and sweet harmonies, the song does indeed make the bygone era sound like it was something very special
Root 66: Lost Bayou Ramblers - Kalenda
Lots of traditional Louisiana sounds here, but the Ramblers row their musical pirogue to some unexplored parts of the bayou too, waxing a little psychedelic may have something to do with their recent work with Jack White.
Singled Out: Evanescence's Imperfection
Evanescence revisited some of their most loved songs and gave them a makeover with an orchestra on the 'Synthesis' album. The record features two new songs and frontman Amy Lee recently spoke about 'Imperfection'
Root 66: Lynn Drury - Rise of the Fall
Drury is a veteran player who has released eight albums in total but mostly regionally- Rise of the Fall represents the singer and guitarist's first effort to be released nationally.
Root 66: Ryan Koenig - Two Different Worlds
A member of fellow St. Louisan Pokey LaFarge's band, singer and guitarist Koenig steps out here with his first solo album. The album's title gives a hint as to Koenig's mindset as his country music does indeed live in a different world
The Blues: R.D. Olson - Keep Walking Woman
While many blues songs have lyrics that reference hard times, that is not always the case, and Olson's joyous "Sheila" is a perfect example- the song bounces along to lyrics that affirm an appreciation for a desirable woman
iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour 2017
The Chicago iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour 2017 was the ninth stop on the nationwide tour. Setting up shop at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, the performance stretched more than three-hours with more than thirty different songs
Singled Out: Steep Steps' Game of Thrones (in The Upside Down)
Electronic production duo Steep Steps have been turning heads with their mashup 'Game of Thrones (in The Upside Down)' and to celebrate we asked Tony Correlli to tell us about the track.
Jangling Sparrows - 140 Nickels
Jangling Sparrows are a rocking, Americana-leaning band led by singer, guitarist and songwriter Paul Edelman. The head Sparrow likes to tell tales of everyman as he does with the blue collar rock (think John Mellencamp)
Dave Koz And Friends Bring Christmas Show To Arizona's Mesa Arts Center
Dave Koz has been playing Santa with a saxophone for two decades now, bringing good cheer to the nation with his annual Christmas tours, and this year marks the tour's 20th anniversary
Black Sabbath - The End (5 Stars)
It's not quite up there with the moon walk by Neil Armstrong or the assassination of JFK but in terms of musical or world-wide cultural events, the final concert of Black Sabbath ranks right up at the top in significance.
Singled Out: Silent Theory's Watch Me Burn
Silent Theory recently released a video for their song 'Watch Me Burn,' the second single off of their 'Delusions' album and to celebrate we asked Mitch Swanger to tell us about the track.
Singled Out: Vern Matz's Trampolines
The indie rock trio Vern Matz are giving fans an early taste of their forthcoming self titled debut (out in Jan) with the lead single 'Trampolines'. To celebrate we asked them to tell us about track.
Jethro Tull - Songs from the Wood: The Country Set
Remix master Steven Wilson continues his march through the Jethro Tull catalog with this 40th anniversary collection celebrating the album that members of Tull consider to be one of their very best.
Singled Out: Country Music Legend Margie Singleton
Country music legend Margie Singleton today shares the story behing her latest song 'Jesus Is My Pusher', which follows up her 2016 gospel album 'On The Other Side Of Life'.
Queen - News of the World: 40th Anniversary Edition
This 3-CD + DVD box set contains those songs and the rest of the album in its original form, but hang on to your hats, Queen fans; you won't believe what other treasures are to be found within!
George Michael - Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1/MTV Unplugged
This is the time of year when some of the most desirable CD box sets, artist retrospectives and special compilations are released and we star our special look at these releases this week with a very special new set from the late George Michael.
Singled Out Special: Primitive Race (Chuck Mosley)
For this very special edition of Singled Out industrial supergroup Primitive Race's Chris Kniker tells us about late Chuck Mosley's signature song 'Dancing On The Sun' from the new album 'Soul Pretender'.