SONG PREMIERE: Billy Burnette Puts Rockabilly Spin on Fleetwood Mac Classic “Oh Well”

Having spent nearly a decade slinging the six-string for Fleetwood Mac and penning pivotal anthems for everyone from Ray Charles to Gregg Allman to George Strait, and calling the “Fathers of Rockabilly”- The Rock ‘N ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Jeffrey Martin Shines As Powerful Americana Songwriter With “Poor Man”

Jeffrey Martin is a songwriter’s songwriter, the kind who turns the heads of his peers with his painfully honest and emotionally powerful lyrics. Writing was always close to Martin, who resides in Portland, Oregon these ...

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Austin Legends The Crack Pipes Reissue Punk-Blues Classic ‘Beauty School’ (ALBUM PREMIERE/INTERVIEW)

In 2005 Austin, Texas was a vastly different place than it is today. Though the hipster thing was in full swing, the city was still mostly a college town whose coolness wasn’t widely known. You ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Crowd Company Make The World Funkier With Disco-Soul Tune “Take Off The Crown”

London-based Crowd Company, the critically acclaimed 8-piece funk soul outfit, have been gaining fans on both sides of the pond with their energetic live shows and tight, danceable songs.The band is a combination of organ, ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Chamomile and Whiskey’s “Good As It Could Be” Shines With Bluegrass-tinged Americana

The members of Virginia band Chamomile and Whiskey love bluegrass as much as they do traditional Irish rhythms, so instead of just sticking to one or the other, they have put their love of both styles together. ...

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SONG PREMIERE: The Get Ahead Deliver Hearty Retro Soul On “To The Wild”

“These songs are snapshots of an American life culled from experience with what we feel are universal messages,” says The Get Ahead co-leader, singer-songwriter, guitarist Nathan Earle. The Americana soul quintet’s latest EP, Mind Is ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Jason Heath And The Greedy Souls Confront America’s Ugly Past With Straightforward Rocker “Postcards from the Hanging”

When it came time to cut their new album, the members of LA-based roots rock band Jason Heath And The Greedy Souls had a lot on their mind. Like many of us in America, they ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Matt Patershuk Roars With Gritty Roots Rocker “Sometimes You’ve Got To Do Bad Things To Do Good”

Canadian roots songwriter Matt Patershuk is poised to breakout as a new voice in Americana. In many ways, his music is a study in contrasts. As rough and loose as his songs may sound on first ...

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SONG PREMIERE: FACIAL Unleash Barrage of Post-punk Heaviness on “Disappointment”

Facade |fəˈsäd| a false, superficial, or artificial appearance or effect, used to conceal a less pleasant or credible reality. But how long can one accept a lie? On FACIAL’s new record Facade (out September 29 ...

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SONG PREMIERE/INTERVIEW: Robbery Inc. Brings Meaty Guitar Riffs & Solos On ‘Skin’

Robb Torres may be best known for his time with the platinum rockers Trapt, but with Robbery Inc., but he’s working on something decidedly more soulful and personal: Robbery Inc. Rounded out by Jonah Wei-Haas ...

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