|New Music Reviews The Whispers - After 40 years together, the Whispers can still bring it, and our L. Michael Gipson says that's what they do on their new Live From Las Vegas CD. Come check out our review.
Herbie Hancock is a legend in the music world. And his diversions are almost always enjoyable, including his new Joni Mitchell tribute album, River: The Joni Letters.
Peabo Bryson - In his 4th decade of making music, Peabo Bryson remains one of the best. And he's released his first studio album this decade, the new Missing You.
Audio Caviar - This Earth, Wind & Fire spinoff group has issued a very nice disc that reminds our Howard Dukes of some of EWF's early jazz-inspired work.
Alison Crockett - Alison has built an East Coast fan base over the past few years, but should go international with her ambitious, adult-oriented new album.
Galactic - These New Orleans natives have issued a new disc that our Arnold Stovell says is a fine gumbo.
HEAVy - After turning heads with their EP "Wonderlove," HEAVy has returned with the duo's full debut album.
Emily King - 21 year old chanteurse Emily King has received a lot of attention for her debut album. Come check out our Akim Bryant's take on it.
Me'shell NdegeOcello has gained a huge following around the world for her eclectic brand of music, and she's back with The World Has Made Me the Man That I Am.
Mike Calzone - The former Dazz Band guitarist is back with a belated solo debut that mixes rock and soul into a tasty blend.
Babyface is one of the great songwriters of his generation, so it is a surprise that his latest album is filled with remakes of 70s soft rock hits by James Taylor, Dan Fogelberg and even Bread. See our review.
Tomi - Slovakian-born singer Tomi has been compared to Justin Timberlake and Robin Thicke based on his popular debut album.
Inohs Sivad is a surprise out of Detroit who has issued a wonderful new disc full of great songs and creative arrangements. Come check out our review.
And check out our News Section for stories such as an interview with classic soul singer Thelma Jones as well as the 411 on the partial reunion of Levert.