April is looking better for so many reasons, and we just can’t wait for month #4 of 2021. With the hopes of live music coming back in some form in the second half of 2021, there are a bunch of new albums being released in April to get us excited. And, many of them are live albums, with new music and/or previously unreleased material! Here are a few of the artists we thought you’d want to keep an eye out for:
Cheap Trick, Peter Frampton (all instrumental, some covers), Greta Van Fleet, Elvis Costello, Bad Brains, Motörhead (live in Berlin), .38 Special, Jethro Tull, Live 1976 Lynyrd Skynyrd album, Live Fleetwood Mac album (including an hour of unreleased music from 1977-1982), Live 1990 Pink Floyd album, Paul McCartney (reinterpreted of his most recent solo album, featuring covers and remixes by other artists), The Who reissue (with 46 unreleased tracks), Living (Duff McKagan), and Tom Petty – limited edition (Finding Wildflowers), to name a few. Read the full story from ultimateclassicrock.com. here.