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Lady A’s Charles Kelly released a farewell letter to alcohol today, sharing a confession, “As Far As You Could.” Aided by the gift of despair, Kelly co-wrote The Ballad of Atonement after his public decision to quit drinking and start addiction treatment. After a flood of support, the next few months were filled with reflection, accountability and songwriting, with the powerful “As Far As You Could” being the turning point in Kelly’s recovery.
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“If We Said Goodbye” is from the band’s acclaimed new EP. songs that keep you warm, released this fall (stream/buy here).product
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“New Year’s Day” is the second single from Brian Blake’s (Memphis, Tennessee) debut album. book of life.
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“Dracas” embodies what the motet has created all day, an album that retains the infectious groove arrangements for which motets have become known. But by focusing the listening experience around playing and composing, all day It highlights the band’s instrumental mastery, shaped by two decades of shared musical chemistry.
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Brian Ruby has literally achieved “Hell of a Year” once, and to celebrate, he released a holiday surprise cover song for fans old and new. The reflective lyrics and pensive tune were originally recorded and written by Parker McCallum. “I love this song and wanted to make this track as a way of saying thank you to all the people I met on tour this year,” she said.
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Rainie Wilson debuted two Spotify singles today. She is a remake of her original song “Middlefinger” and a cover of Rick Derringer’s “Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo”.