Raglan, a popular American singer and songwriter, was one of the first American pop stars to break into the mainstream, winning a Grammy award for Best Pop Solo Artist in 1980.
In 1984, he released Raglan & Co., a pop-punk band he co-wrote with his friend and frequent collaborator John Prine.
His songs have been featured on several albums by artists including Nirvana, AC/DC, the Beach Boys and the Replacements, and he is currently working on his sixth album.
Recently, Raglan’s new music has been making headlines again after he released a new album entitled Raglan: Songs From The Raglan Sessions, featuring guest appearances from the likes of John Prining, Michael Jackson, Pearl Jam and Mavis Staples.
Raglan recently released Ragland’s debut album Raglan and his debut EP Raglan at The Vinyl Factory.
The Raglan Session has been released digitally through Amazon, iTunes, Bandcamp, Stitcher, Google Play and Spotify.
Check out a video of the band performing their song “Pilot” above.
Ragland has since also released Raglon: Songs from the Raglan Studio Sessions, a collection of songs written and produced by Raglan himself.
In addition to collaborations with John Prines band, Ragland also wrote and produced his own songs with the likes: Lettuce, “Don’t Look Back”, “The Other Side of the Road”, “Loving You”, “Take a Chance”, “Dirty” and many more.
Raglan and Prine also co-produced Ragland: Songs to Be Born and Raglan Is Back, a single album recorded in 1984 with Prine, which is currently available on Spotify.
The Ragland Sessions is now available for pre-order on Amazon and iTunes.
Check out more music from Raglan on his official website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.