Off The Stage: Kris Delmhorst

For most casual fans of music, the forty-five minutes that a band spends on the stage is all they can see. However, when the guitar cases are closed and the venue’s floor is littered with empty beer cans and trash, most bands load their gear into the van and return back to their normal lives.... Continue Reading →

Off The Stage: JD McPherson

For most casual fans of music, the forty-five minutes that a band spends on the stage is all they can see. However, when the guitar cases are closed and the venue’s floor is littered with empty beer cans and trash, most bands load their gear into the van and return back to their normal lives.... Continue Reading →

MCP Sessions: Mary Bragg

In May, acclaimed Nashville Americana artist Mary Bragg released her latest album, Lucky Strike, a stunning collection of her most personal songs to date. With her crystalline vocals and heart-grabbing lyrics, Bragg's music forgoes distracting bells, whistles, other production trickery, and showcases her pure, raw talent. We had the pleasure of meeting Bragg for an exclusive... Continue Reading →

Off The Stage: Domino Kirke

For most casual fans of music, the forty-five minutes that a band spends on the stage is all they can see. However, when the guitar cases are closed and the venue’s floor is littered with empty beer cans and trash, most bands load their gear into the van and return back to their normal lives.... Continue Reading →

MCP Sessions: Roger Street Friedman – “Shoot The Moon”

Shoot The Moon, Roger Street Friedman’s latest release via The Playroom Records and co-produced by Friedman and Felix McTeigue (co-writer of Florida Georgia Line’s #1 hit “Anything Goes” and Americana chart topper and Grammy-nominated “Wreck You” by Lori McKenna), is the result of a concerted woodshedding effort following his critically lauded debut album, 2014’s The Waiting Sky.... Continue Reading →

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