By: Jacob Elyachar, jakes-take.com
If you missed part one of my series, click here: http://jakes-take.com/2014/01/whats-coming-in-2014-tv/)
There are a lot of great albums that will be coming out this year!
Tribute by John Newman
One of the hottest rising stars is John Newman. The English singer-songwriter’s “Love Me Again” blazed onto the radio and the Top 24 on the Billboard charts. Tribute is scheduled to release on January 7.
That Girl by Jennifer Nettles
Jennifer Nettles’ first solo outing brought out a group of all-star collaborators including celebrated producer Rick Rubin and songwriters Richard Marx, Butch Walker, Sara Bareilles and Mike Reid. Ms. Nettles’ record will be available on January 14.
High Hopes by Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band
The Boss is back! Bruce Springsteen will release his eighteenth studio album on January 14. While Tom Morello will join Bruce and the mighty E Street Band on several songs, this will be the last time fans will be able to hear both Danny Federici Clarence Clemons, both passed away in 2008 and 2011 respectively.
Is There Anybody Out There? by A Great Big World
Indie pop duo A Great Big World will continue their climb to the top of the charts with their first studio album with Epic Records. Among the tracks that will be on their first record will be their duet “Say Something” with Christina Aguilera. The record will be released on January 21.
Salute by Little Mix
The X Factor UK winners will release their sophomore album, Salute, on February 4. Fans will be happy to hear that all four members co-wrote the songs on this record.
Louder by Lea Michele
The Glee actress will release her debut album through Columbia Records on February 28. Ms. Michele recruited an all-star group of producers and songwriters including Sia, Stargate, Adam Messenger & John Shanks to assist her with the recording of this album.
The Art of Letting Go by Mariah Carey
After months of delays, Mariah Carey will release her highly anticipated fourteenth studio album! Look for it to appear in stores and digital music stores this spring!
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