2017 Grammy Nominees is a varied mix of the best releases of 2016, culled from the main nomination categories. From the Beyonce/Jack White collaboration "Don't Hurt Yourself" – her first nomination in the Best Rock Performance category – to darkhorse Sturgill Simpson's "Brace for Impact (Live a Little)," the selections on this 21-track compilation include a full range of genres. Kelsea Ballerini and Maren Morris represent the new generation of country singer/songwriters, while R&B newcomer Anderson.Paak and earnest Danish outfit Lukas Graham cover the pop-oriented end of the class of 2016. Ubiquitous hits from Twenty One Pilots, Sia, Drake, Adele, Justin Bieber, and the Chainsmokers are also included. The collection debuted in the Top 20 on the Billboard 200.
The Klangcafe VI knows with its tracklist to convince once again. This series is very special, because it is not set on big tracks with hard beats, but on quiet elements to deceleration. Just the right thing to switch off after a hard day at home.
For more than 20 years is Knuffelrock guarantees the best pop music from only the biggest artists. 2 CDs long enjoy delicious romantic pop songs of world artists like Coldplay, Justin Bieber, Charlie Puth, Shawn Mendes, Justin Timberlake and many others. But notable newcomers not missing as Rag'N'Bone Man "Human" and James Arthur "Say You Won't Let Go". Knuffelrock 2017, again this year the ideal gift for the holidays.
Graham Bonnet's "Anthology" is the first all encompassing, career spanning career retrospective from this highly respected singer and song writer, from his first hits of the late 1960s, right up to the Graham Bonnet Band in 2017.
Graham Parker (born 18 November 1950) is an English singer-songwriter, who is best known as the lead singer of the popular British band Graham Parker & the Rumour. Despite only moderate commercial success, Parker's energetic performances - along with the wittily class-conscious spirit of his debut album Howlin' Wind - preceded the arrival of punk rock and new wave music. In addition, his quirky-blue-collar image is often believed to be a major influence on the public persona of many British musicians, most notably Elvis Costello, Paul Weller and Joe Jackson.