Scotland-based Irish rockers Snow Patrol lead the pack of this week's music releases in the FOXLight.  Their sixth album is the Jacknife Lee-produced Fallen Empires...

Norah Jones reconvenes her countrified side project The Little Willies for their second effort For The Good Times, with tracks originally by Dolly Parton, Kris Kristofferson and Willie Nelson...

Memphis-based rapper Yo Gotti brings the A-list heat from Li'l Wayne, Nicki Minaj and T.I. on Live From The Kitchen...

Christian pop artists The David Crowder* Band deliver their supposed final album Give Us Rest...

Symphonic metal band Nightwish return with their latest, the soundtrack to an upcoming fantasy film, Imaginaerum...

And Michael Giacchino's original score for Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol arrives as well...

A pair of southern Alterna-rockers return: Tulsa's own SafetySuit, with These Times...and Atlanta's O'Brother with Garden Window...

Jazz legends Charlie Haden and the late Hank Jones re-teamed shortly before Jones' death in 2010 and Come Sunday is the result, featuring jazzy takes on classic spirituals and folk songs...

And Grammy®-winning violinist Joshua Bell linked up with pianist Jeremy Denk for the first time on record on French Impressions.

On the Reissue Front...

Universal's latest round of ICON best-of compilations includes entries for Anthrax, BLACKstreet, Cinderella, Deep Purple, Dru Hill, and Uriah Heep...

Andy Gibb's Greatest Hits returns to CD after being out-of-print for almost a decade...

Ladysmith Black Mombazo and Friends collects 30 collaborations with stars including Paul Simon, Sarah McLachlan and Dolly Parton...

And, a rare 1974 live radio performance by Van Morrison gets officially released as Live on Air.

Grab the FOXLight Podcast, always free, always chock full of the week's hot music and DVD releases here!

In New York...I'm Rob Maurer, FOX News Talk.