More summer music
Fans of confessional pop-rock can give Alanis Morissette‘s Flavors of Entanglement a taste on June 10….Emmylou Harris serves up a new country-folk platter, All I Intended to Be, the same day…. Also on June 10, the world will finally find out whether Lil Wayne’s long-delayed Tha Carter III lives up to the promise of the New Orleans rapper’s stunning prerelease mixtapes…. Rap-rockers N.E.R.D. will show us what Seeing Sounds feels like on June 10 as well…. Canadian indie yowlers Wolf Parade will gather At Mount Zoomer on June 17…. On June 24, 50 Cent and his G-Unit cronies promise to T.O.S. (a.k.a. ”Terminate on Sight”) all foes — watch out!… On July 1, superanimated rap vet Busta Rhymes will tell us why he feels Blessed…. You may think Wynton Marsalis is a jazz master and Willie Nelson‘s an outlaw-country legend, but on July 8 they’ll just be Two Men With the Blues…. John Mellencamp will be singing about such classic (American) themes as Life, Death, Love and Freedom on July 15…. The Hold Steady will do their best on the same day to help literate indie devotees Stay Positive…. On July 16, rock icon Patti Smith and My Bloody Valentine frontman Kevin Shields will welcome adventurous listeners to a spoken-word place called The Coral Sea…. Get ready for deafening tween screams on July 22, when Miley Cyrus‘ Breakout hits shelves…. Margot & the Nuclear So and So’s will detonate another indie-pop blast with Animal! on July 29…. Buckcherry are readying another potent dose of hard-rock machismo, still untitled, for Aug. 5…. Boston indie-rock stalwart Juliana Hatfield will teach faithful fans How to Walk Away with her 10th solo album on Aug. 19.