The “Delta Lady,” Rita Coolidge will be releasing her 17th studio album, Safe in the Arms of Time on May 4th, 2018. The Blue Élan label release marks the first new music Coolidge has recorded since the tragic death in 2015 of her beloved sister, Priscilla…
Be a part of this project! Secularia, a collection of songs, both new and old, born from my ongoing search for meaningful spirituality without the constraints of traditional religious beliefs and outmoded ideologies.
Along with Coolidge, the luminous new album features the songwriting talents of Graham Nash, Chris Stapleton, Stan Lynch, and Keb’ Mo’. One of music’s most enduring voices and composers, Rita Coolidge will release her dramatic and poignant new solo album, Safe in the Arms of Time, on May 4th on Blue Élan Records.
Sam Baker’s new album, Land of Doubt, is quietly powerful. Lyrics are pared down to their essence, set against a stark musical landscape. This remarkable collection serves as a companion piece to his acclaimed 2013 project…
“I was so thrilled and honored to receive the First Annual Restless Spirit Award last night in Stillwater, Oklahoma. And I was doubly blessed when I learned that today I will be one of the June 14th 2017 inductees into the Oklahoma Music Hall Of Fame.
Join us July 13-16 at Jericho Beach Park for an incredible weekend of music. 60 music acts from 20 countries, ten states and nine provinces are coming to play for you and to help celebrate the VFMF's 40th.
We'd like to share some sad news about our dear friend, and my client of 20 plus years Jimmy LaFave. Jimmy has been diagnosed with terminal cancer. We have set up a GoFundMe site in his honor, benefiting charities of his choosing. May 18th at The Paramount—Show details to be announced soon.
Today “Lakshmi’s Gifts” is released… a groundbreaking recording merging Sanskrit mantras with binaural beats in an ambient soundscape using sound healing technology to empower prosperity, abundance and inspiration!
Baker’s musical storytelling in Land of Doubt gives voice to emotions tender and bitter, personal and universal. Some songs seem to come from deep inside the well of his own experience, while others reflect empathy with and insight into the suffering of those outside it. Perhaps Baker describes the record best: