New Music Tuesday: Going Solo
David Crosby's "Croz" is the first studio album in over 20 years for the founding member of The Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash and CPR. The album was recorded in his home and has more of a jazzy feel, rather than the 80s rock Crosby might be known for. It's also a result of close collaborations with James Raymond, the son he gave up for adoption in 1962. "What's Broken" that features guest guitarist Mark Knopfler, one of the many guest appearances on the album. Meanwhile, Crosby is still working on new music for Stills & Nash.
Indie veteran, Tara Jane O'Neil, who was the bassist for rock band Rodan releases her seventh solo album 'Where Shine New Lights. She used basic recording equipment, plus her vivid imagination to create a record that takes the listener to a different place every time the track ends. "Elemental Finding let's O'Neil's weird, Indie folkness shine, and on top of her hectic music schedule, she's also a notable painter.