SONG PREMIERE: Ben Hunter and Joe Seamons Team Up With Phil Wiggins For ‘A Black & Tan Ball’, Share “Shanghai Rooster”

Renowned Seattle roots duo Ben Hunter and Joe Seamons have gained recognition and fans through their unique celebration of blues and folk music. Together they explore the history of music and regions and channel it ...

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16th Northwest String Summit Embraces Kinfolk Vibe With Yonder Mountain, Greensky Bluegrass, Dead Man Winter, Del McCoury and more (FESTIVAL REVIEW/PHOTOS)

The idea of kinfolk has always been a vital part of the ethos behind Yonder Mountain String Band, even down to the way the jam grass stalwarts curate their own music festival. On July 13-16 ...

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SONG PREMIERE: The March Divide Crafts Morsel of Percussive Pop Goodness With “Cherry Bomb”

Despite its grim title, the new EP from The March Divide is actually not as heavy as it sounds and it is definitely not announcing the end of the band. Don’t Let Me Die In Arizona, ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Shelly Waters’ “Evangeline” Spins Tale of Lost Love With Honeyed Americana

Shelly Waters recently made the move from Charleston, SC to Portland, ME, and though it may be a huge cultural change going from the South to New England, she has managed to hold on to ...

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Cheap Trick Rocks Like Its The 70’s On Night of the 7’s in Boston (7/17/17) (PHOTOS)

In celebration of their second studio album in two years We’re All Alright!, Cheap Trick is on the road once again rocking their hits to their loyal fans. Robin Zander proved that age is only ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Fairbanks & the Lonesome’s “Revelation” Makes For Serene Alt-Country Balladry

Erik Flores and Amelia Rose Logan’s songs as Fairbanks & the Lonesome Light are like modern dime westerns—gritty exegeses that float elegantly on pedal steel as driven, electric, rocking country. Sometimes the detached hero and the despicable outlaw in their songs are one and the same. ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Cole Williams Band Offer Powerful Take on Sam Cooke’s “A Change is Gonna Come”

When she isn’t spinning classic tunes on the legendary New Orleans radio station WWOZ or working in her local community, Cole Williams is stirring up her own magic with her band. Together they create what ...

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Kendrick Lamar & Migos Light Up Quebec City Summer Festival (PHOTOS)

Photos of the Quebec City Summer Festival from July 6- July 9, 2017 featuring shots of Kendrick Lamar, Migos, Pink, Mellisa Etheridge and more from the Loto-Quebec-Stage and The Bell Stage. Photos by Amy Harris

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Ween Greets Red Rocks With A Bang, Debuts Led Zeppelin Cover (PHOTOS)

Ween made their return to Colorado with a gig at Red Rocks on July 12th, which provided the usual musical bag of tricks and then some. Photos by Todd Radunsky.    

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SONG PREMIERE: Fred Wickham Explores Dixieland Sounds With “People Talk”

Sometimes it’s good to embrace the past, especially when it comes to musical styles. Kansas City, MO-based indie-folk/Americana artist Fred Wickham does exactly that with his down home style of music that draws on Dixieland jazz, ...

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