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The Boston singer-songwriter's dreamy, fragile folk songs have earned her a small but fanatical following. Hear Nadler's new self-titled album in its entirety.
When Paul Simon sings and plays, many languages are spoken: gospel, folk, soul, African, doo-wop, blues and American pop. But they're all synthesized into one of American music's most unmistakable voices. Hear Simon's new album in its entirety until its release on April 12.
Jones' new album, The Fall, maintains her jazzy, sultry sound while pushing into more contemporary pop territory. It's a different direction for the singer, but suitable for old fans and newcomers alike.