Last but not least, even though Johnny Cash would have ushered in his 80th birthday on February 26 2012, its his fans who are actually unwrapping a lasting present as the Man in Blacks estate releases Bootleg Vol. IV: The Soul of Truth. Part of the Bootleg series, an installment collection that preserves the music of Cashs long, genre-defining career, The Soul of Truth is a two-CD set with 51 tracks paying tribute to the music Cash made during the 1970s and 1980s, when his personal and spiritual lives had found the peace and stability that stayed with him from there on out.
The CD is loaded with features like a complete album from 1975 that never made it to the stores, Cashs Gospel Singer project that is now out-of-print, studio outtakes and collaborations with his great love, June Carter Cash, oldest daughter Rosanne Cash and others performers.
The ladies on that list have generated a lot of anticipation, garnered partly from their pre-album singles that warmed up the winter months, and the fact that it had been awhile since fans were graced with the golden vocal chords of these country queens. It had been since 2009 that Underwood last gifted fans with an album, and 2005 since Hill had blessed the country music world with her talent by way of an album.
When it comes to music, there are some music artists who are able to create magic with their music. There are some musicians whose music touches deep inside of the heart. One such great artist is Bob Marley. His name doesnt need any introduction. He is world known for his contribution to Jamaican Music. It was because of his continuous efforts and hard work and, of course, his music that has made Reggae music world known.
Many people who keep up with country music news, though, are celebrating a change of season with springs inclusion of numerous country album releases. Radio deejays and scores of fans alike are excited about current and upcoming releases from shining stars Kenny Chesney, Alan Jackson, Carrie Underwood, Rascal Flatts, Faith Hill and Josh Turner, along with getting-there Lee Brice and newcomer Kip Moore.