Quattro's Popzzical defies category.
An ironic awareness earns this Brooklyn band its serious moments on this fine disc.
Cole has evolved a strong vocabulary of smartly constructed adult pop that's eminently accessible yet all her own.
Does anyone remember the hype of the original Fable? Fable 3 still fails to deliver on it, and I think the series never will.
This movie is a film director's very own personal diss track.
Kree Woods is that rare pop singer-songwriter with all the puzzle pieces: vocals, songwriting, and a great sound.
The '90s star enlisted legendary bassist Tony Levin, some humpback whales, and her own emotional depth.
A versatile actress, Broadway belter, and now pop songstress, Megan Hilty stretches out artistically on her debut CD.
Working in an earlier decade, Tim Mahoney would be a star, and his uncomplicated but sophisticated heartland pop did get him onto TV's The Voice.
McKeown is not only fun to listen to, she makes you think. You can't ask for a better combination.