Catie Curtis

While We're Here

“It is about living in the present”, says Catie.  “While recording the album, the theme of life choices kept coming up. That life is short is something that resonates deeply with me, and I started to take notice of the things I truly loved.”

Eric Lindell

Matters of the Heart

“A tremendous raw talent…with a fully realized musical vision.” – Chicago Sun Times

On “Matters of the Heart” Lindell continues his long-time collaboration with legendary Texas guitarist, Anson Funderburgh, and Luther Dickinson (North Mississippi Allstars, the Black Crowes), co-produced some of the tracks and adds fantastic resonator slide guitar.

Bella Hardy

With The Dawn



She has created nothing short of a masterpiece” – The Sunday Times

“With The Dawn” is a more intimate and reflective album than before. Working with producer Ben Seal, the arrangements are more instinctive, more reactive, as befits the mind-set that informed the lyrics. Vivid brass gives way to lonesome piano; choral voices peal; banjos emerge out of beats and blips.

Tim Kubart


2016 Grammy winner, “HOME” is a pop celebration of the small moments in life, the ones that matter most.  When he’s not dancing with his tambourine, Tim also hosts the only live morning show for preschoolers, Sunny Side Up on NBC Universal’s Sprout Channel.



David Broza

At Masada: The Sunrise Concert

David Broza at Masada showcases international composer, guitarist and singer David Broza in a stunning concert at the top of the 2000-year-old Masada fortress in southern Israel. With guests Jackson Browne, Shawn Colvin and the Israeli-Palestinian Children’s Choir, this high-energy performance features songs in English, Spanish and Hebrew from the multi-platinum award-winning artist.

Randy Brecker

The Brecker Brothers Band Reunion

His crisp, clean trumpet sound and decidedly melodic approach combined to offer an entirely delightful musical expression that could well serve as a beacon for contemporary jazz.”
Los Angeles Times


Down by the Bayou

A homegrown form of the Blues came up through the floorboards of Dockside Studios in Maurice, Louisiana as JeConte breathlessly swore allegiance to love on the Cajun groove of “Everything”.  – The Alternate Root

Jennifer Gasoi

Throw a Penny in the Wishing Well

“Throw a Penny in The Wishing Well”, Jennifer’s Grammy Award Winning sophomore release , is a collection of 18 of the best kids songs you’ll ever hear! Nominated for a 2013 Juno Award for Children’s Album of the Year and winning a coveted Parent Choice Award, this album contains swing, blue- grass, doo wop, gospel, klezmer, Cajun and calypso.


McClain Sullivan


McClain Sullivan ‘s new album, Rachel, displays a powerful
songwriting gift. This EP plays like a musical diary of McClain’s cross-country and cross-stylistic American life. Her voice is capable of anything from bluesy heartbreak to highly joyous and playfully provocative sound. At once angry and sly to heartbreakingly hopeful, her songs are written with a new musical vocabulary and are sung with a gut punch of rock, jazz and pure soul.

Nicole Henry

So Good, So Right

Nicole Henry has firmly established herself as one of the most acclaimed entertainers in jazz. Her powerfully expressive voice and her soulful, sophisticated and uplifting energy has earned her three top 10 albums.

I had the sense of being in the presence of a pop-soul superwoman…” — Stephen Holden, The New York Times


Kiran Ahluwalia

Sanata: Stillness

At once contemplative and rockin, traditional and innovative, Kiran Ahluwalia and her band create a hybrid of Indian and Pakistani grooves, Saharan blues and Western Jazz.

Ahluwalia is busy honing a transnational sound as fresh as tomorrow”  –Seattle Times


Hamburg Symphony

The presence of the super star American Soprano, Deboragh Voigt and the magnetic direction of the English Conductor, Jeffrey Tate, make this concert recording truly special. One German critic called “What [Jeffrey Tate] brings out in the orchestra scenes from “Twilight of the gods” is indeed “divine”,”

Chris Whitley

Reiter In

“The raw intensity and category-defying daring of this posthumous release reminds us how great was the loss when Chris Whitley died in November 2005… A fitting epitaph, and a transcendent power surge.” -AMAZON Editorial Review Red Parlor Records

Globalfest Selector

A planetary playlist of previously unreleased tracks as eclectic and wide-ranging as a night at the annual NYC namesake festival. Siberian folk-rock rubs shoulders with chic Arab electronica, and New Orleans brass and African blues share time with the alternate universe of a punk circus marching band and more.

Bari Koral

Family Rock Band

“Sheryl Crow for kids”  NY Post “‘The IT girl’ in kids/family music”  NY Magazine “Refreshing simplicity and tuneful bounce mark this collection of splendid pop-rock songs for the wee set from singer-songwriter Bari Koral. “Thanks to a catchy, Beatles-influenced pop sound, parents won’t even care that Bari Koral’s Family Rock & Roll Band is singing about farms and cars.”  NY Post

Pharaoh's Daughter


“Pharaoh’s Daughter fuses Middle Eastern and Jewish sounds with a dark, indie pop sensibility. Programmed effects and beats give the music a hip, modern edge without sacrificing the founding of the band.”                       -David R. Adler of All Music Guide

Debashish Bhattacharya

From his earliest days Hindustani slide guitarist Debashish Bhattacharya was thrust into a musical world, practicing with his talented family and experimenting on his first Hawaiian lap steel guitar from the age of three. Today he still operates out of Kolkata, tours internationally and has a heavy load of awards and accolades under his belt. He has released numerous solo and collaborative albums and was nominated for a Grammy 2009 for Calcutta Chronicles.

The Warren Hood Band

Warren Hood Band

“A free-range celebration of all things American, starting with virtuoso fiddle playing and arriving at a warm-hearted take on living life to the limit. Add on Emily Gimble’s lead vocals on three songs and Charlie Sexton’s vibrant production, and “The Warren Hood Band” instantly becomes one of the best albums of the year.”   -Bill Bentley / The Morton Report Red Parlor Records

JeConte & the Mali All-Stars

The goal of this album and their forthcoming tour ‘Mali Blues for peace tour’ is to promote peace in Mali and raise funds to help those less fortunate.
“Takes the listener on a cross-pollinated journey, proving that the depth of music has no bounds or boundaries.”   – World Music Central
“A skilfully executed collection of music that transcends the underlying message, which is the mark of a powerful songwriter.”
– Exclaim (Canada)
“Remarkable” – Christian Science Monitor

Roysten Abel

The Manganiyar Seduction

From obscure villages around Jaisalmer and Jodhpur and Barmer in western Rajasthan, comes a musical tradition that has digested and belted out melodies from everywhere between Persia and the Punjab for several centuries. This is the music of The Manganiyars: a community of Muslim court musicians whose royal patrons may have disappeared because of circumstances of history, but whose music lives because its practitioners cannot live without it. Amarrass Records

Over the Moon

The Broadway Lullaby Project

“Outstanding…. This is a superb lullaby album.”  — Beverly Wrigglesworth, School Library Journal

“This two-CD, 26-song set features one beautiful song after another….I am over the moon over this CD.”  — Charlotte Bohn, Baltimore’s Child

Loston Harris

Swingfully Yours

For the past 11 years, Loston Harris has been headlining at New York City’s prestigious Carlyle Hotel. The long awaited CD from singer/pianist Loston Harris features swinging arrangements of timeless standards from the Great American Songbook. George Gershwin, Harold Arlen and Sammy Cahn, to name a few, are all embraced here, along with a new sound form Harris’ new band.

Ada Rovatti


Ada Rovatti, fills the saxophone hot seat with soaring aplomb.” — John Adams, The Herald Scotland

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