Count To Five by Rhye

“Count To Five” – Rhye

Rhye returns with more… sexy tunes! (ahem) There’s a lot in Count To Five that’s right up my alley. That dry drum sound, Fender Rhodes,...

“G’Day For It” – Little Elizabeth

I've been thinking about posting songs again for a while now. Seems like a g'day for it. "G'Day For It" is easy listening lounge funk...
Droney

Patrick Droney – Live from Layman Drug Company

Blues and soul meet with pop for an evening of skillful guitar and heartfelt melody on the top floor of a Nashville drugstore. For fans...

“Darling” – The Womack Sisters

The Womack Sisters have flawlessly recreated the soulful sound of yesteryear with "Darling." It's a showstopper, so give it a listen. Also...check out their family...

“Dive In” – Olu Bliss

The jazzy acoustic guitar latches onto Olu Bliss' vocal chops and rolls in like a warm breeze. You know it's a good track when...

“Changed” – Iamalex

Never has the album art so perfectly matched the vibe of the track. Bit blurry, tinged with nostalgia, and holding the promise of the...

Premier: “Pink Summertime” – Mato Wayuhi

To pick up Mato Wayuhi's "Pink Summertime" is to be temporarily transported to a sandy beach framed by a cotton candy sunset. It's a...

“Raffled Roses” – WALLACE

The imagery of the title alone had me hooked. Happy to report that WALLACE delivered on far more than just the title. "Raffled Roses"...

“He Will” – Emma Cole

Call the contractor, "He Will" boasts a throwback big-band sound that will blow the roof clean off the building. This song has it all...

“Movement” – Richard Griffith

Gently murmuring jazz provides the perfect backdrop for Richard Griffith's smooth as velvet vocals to slide over the top. This is my first time...