50°F
Sponsored by

New Music Tuesday: Arcade, Keith and Clarkson

Arcade Fire, Toby Keith and Kelly Clarkson
It's been said that Arcade Fire is this generations answer to U2. Their fourth studio album, "Reflektor," is a two-record, 75-minute set of 13 songs. The Grammy award winning band references the Greek mythology of Orpheus throughout the album.

Buidling a empire that's worthy of a Forbes cover, and 17 albums later, Toby Keith's 'Drinks After Work' is just another party album that you might hear playing during happy hour at your favorite bar. Keith says he was a little late getting the album finished because he rushed to Moore, Oklahoma when the devastating tornado destroyed his hometown. 

Newlywed, Kelly Clarkson released her first Christmas album, "Wrapped In Red." The holiday album pairs classics like "White Christmas," "Silent Night," and "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," alongside original material like "Underneath the Tree."

Page: [[$index + 1]]
comments powered by Disqus