It’s a good week for the oldies and country, with releases from the Celtic Thunder, Adam Brand, Catherine Britt and more.
Irish chart perennials Celtic Thunder release their Storm CD and DVD package. And legendary Australian saxophonist Bern McGann releases his double-album Wending. Australia’s Got Talent opera star David De Vito offers his new album The Voice.
Canadian country dude Corb Lund delivers a double-CD of Cabin Fever, country ex-pat Catherine Britt releases Always Never Enough, Aussie country royalty Adam Brand has his ninth album There Will Be Love, and Georgia chart-toppers Zac Brown Band finally drop their US gold-selling live album Pass The Jar.
Terribly hip Melbourne outfit Alpine have their debut A Is For Alpine out. UK electro vocalist Saint Saviour also releases her debut album in Union.
Evergreen Scottish folk musician James Yorkston has his seventh album I Was A Cat From A Book. And Brit acoustic crooner Benjamin Francis Leftwich offers his successful debut Last Smoke Before The Snowstorm.
American AOR singer/songwriter Meiko has her second album The Bright Side out today.
Classic Canadian metallers Kobra & The Lotus release their self-titled major label debut. And there’s a live Incubus album Incubus HQ Live.
There’s a Mike Oldfield Best Of to capitalise on the Olympics love, and collector’s editions of Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds late career discs Dig Lazarus Dig, Noctorama, and Abattoir Blues/ The Lyre Of Orpheus.