Walk the Line

I'm sure that anyone who has seen the movie will have been surprised at how well Reese Witherspoon and Joaquin Phoenix fare in the singing department. There will never be another Johnny Cash or June Carter Cash, but both Witherspoon and Phoenix do a decent job replicating the songs of Continue Reading

Lindsay Lohan

When Lindsay Lohan first began she had a squeaky clean image along the lines of Hillary Duff, but now it seems as she is getting older that it was another case of Disney creating an image for a young star. This album is definitely edgier and rockier than previous Lindsay Continue Reading

Lori McKenna

Sounding like a mixture of Cowboy Junkies and Kathleen Edwards with a sprinkle of Lucinda Williams, Lori McKenna has planted herself firmly in the alt-country soil. She is also within the female singer/songwriter category as the girl can really write emotional and perceptive lyrics. Like the title of the album Continue Reading

Andy Bell

Andy Bell spent twenty years fronting British pop act Erasure. Now he makes his solo debut with Electric Blue. Sounding less like the melodic synth pop that make Erasure famous, Bell relies on high-energy beats. More Fisherspooner than 80's Brit pop, Bell's alluring vocals and theatrical, lovelorn lyrics make Electric Continue Reading