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New Music in November

Keep an eye out for these hot new albums

Written By:  Nashville Lifestyles


Allen Thompson Band — Salvation in the Ground
Palavar Records

The Allen Thompson Band’s recently released Salvation in the Ground is full of songs that stay true to the band’s 1970’s California beach sound, and one can’t help but sing along to the feel-good lyrics. An eclectic mix of slow and fast-paced songs, the album includes the soul sounding “Payback” and the sweet and slow ballad “Everybody Knows.”
The Time Jumpers — The Time Jumpers
Rounder Records

Established here in Nashville in 1998, The Time Jumpers have been a part of the country music scene for quite some time. The 11-person band’s new album is full of various musical styles, including country, blues, swing, and jazz. The country/jazzy “Faint of Heart” defines band’s style.
Kelly Clarkson — Greatest Hits: Chapter One
RCA Records

Clarkson’s newest album arrives ten years after the pop princess won the first season of American Idol and delivers the young gun’s fiercest songs, including “Since U Been Gone,” “Miss Independent,” and “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You).” It also contains the sentimental song “I’ll Be Home for Christmas,” which perfectly compliments the timing of the release.
Kristen Cothron — Show Me Where the Edge Is
Ben Strano as “The Sonic Fedora”

The entrancing music of Kristen Cothron is unlike any sound that we’ve heard. Her latest album contains beautiful melodies accompanied by her amplified and distorted voice. Deep and smooth, the cool jazz sound of “Maybe You” differs widely from “Edge,” an edgy, warped-yet-foot-tapping tune.



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