The famous master of horror poetry is, once again, the subject of a new musical work for the stage.
Extraordinary! Own a bit of music history with "Melissa Etheridge - A Little of Me: Live in L.A." available now on Blu-ray and CD featuring her monumental evening at the Orpheum Theater in Los Angeles.
Kristen Wiig parlays her adorable sense of humor and "SNL" comedy tricks into a dramedy about mental illness. Sadly, the bonus features do not compensate for some the film's shortcomings.
This new, seldom revived, recording contains enough material to welcome her into your home.
This fresh, new musical is a must-have, as it will appeal to both the general theater-goer and the aficionado of all shows sung and danced.
Lincoln Center once again delivers a fresh revival from the Rodgers and Hammerstein catalogue, and has now released the new cast recording.
Tempered till release, the latest album effort from the electro/pop duo Mackintosh Braun "Arcadia" is emotionally present, and reminiscent of 80s Europop but with a very contemporary blend.
Kimm Rogers has quite a distinct platform for her thought-provoking storytelling through song on the ten tracks that fill "Where The Pavement Grows."
Don't call her a "one-hit wonder" or a "pop-princess." Hilary Duff has shed her teen-queen image and exhales into a more evolved pop/dance sound on her new full-length album "Breathe In. Breathe Out." Sparks have ignited!
NYC music-makers The Knocks revolutionize (without reinventing) the song of the summer with four new offerings on their EP "So Classic" which lives up to its name and emotes with glee on the dance-anthem "Collect My Love."