A debut album from a highly talented New York songwriter, singer and producer.
For hundreds of thousands of Streisand fans, many of whom were Friends of Dorothy, "Classical Barbra" was the album that first introduced them to the songs of Faure, Debussy, Schumann and Wolf.
While ’Smash’ is coming to an end, the series has produced a break-out star in Megan Hilty. With a CD, a smashing performance as Lorelei Lee in an Encores ’Gentlemen Prefer Blondes,’ & appearances with the New York & Boston Pops, she couldn’t be happier.
Phoenix is reborn with another cutting-edge indie album, dub pop duo Standish/Carlyon makes some wild noise, Straight No Chaser pays homage to the artists that inspired them, and She & Him drop another sunny compilation of uncomplicated tunes.
Composer/performer/conductor David Friedman comes to Boston for a pair of concerts next week with his inspirational show "Listen to My Heart." EDGE spoke to the multi-talented Friedman about his varied career & his show.
After ten years of moderate success, Dragonette’s popularity finally skyrocketed. EDGE spoke with the band’s lead singer Martina Sorbara about their growing fame, their new CD and tour.
This 1973 recording delves deep into the avant-garde opera world with its digital release from Masterworks Broadway.
Natalie Maines steps away from her roots as a Dixie Chick and into rock territory in her debut album.
The latest live release from Ricky Ian Gordon explores Civil War life from a distinctly southern perspective.
Realize this music for "The Great Gatsby" stands alone as an achievement in itself and that is definitely "Good News" as Brown, DeSylva and Henderson once put it in 1927.
The voice behind many of ABBA’s 70’s dance hits releases a new album of pop and dance songs proving that her voice is remains timeless.