The Accidentals will be celebrating the release of their new EP Time Out Session #2 on March 13, 2022 at Nashville’s City Winery with special guests Kim Richey, Beth Nielsen Chapman, and Maia Sharp.
Mother Church Pew looks back on the creative year of soul and Americana artist Maggie Rose including her new podcast, album, and recent tour.
The Imaginaries concert at Nashville's The Basement was a night of perfect harmonies and stories from their journey as a band.
Day 3 of the 2021 Byrd's Creek Music Festival featured performances by Sierra Ferrell, If Birds Could Fly, Momma Molasses, and Mose Wilson & Friends. We also found out about a new concert series called Music at the Manor from the founder of the festival!
The second day of Byrd's Creek Music Festival 2021 featured a ton of amazing roots music artists including Lost Dog Street Band, Matt Heckler, Chelsea Lovitt, Adeem the Artist, Jennifer Jane Niceley, The Hill Country Devil, Hannah Juanita, and West King String Band. Check out our full recap and photos!
Day 1 of the 2021 Byrd's Creek Music Festival featured performances from Anna Kline (Swift Silver), Mose Wilson, John R. Miller, and The Fumblebuckers! Check out our photos and recap!
Putting his excellent guitar skills to good use, Taylor Scott led the band through two sets that spanned well over two hours. The musical connection between keys player John Wirtz and Scott makes for memorable jams, but the whole group impressively fed off each other for a slick presentation that still felt loose and free.
It was pitch black outside as a light rain obscured the waxing moon. A stark chill was in the air, punctuating the eerie silence that blanketed all hallows eve in Crab Orchard, Tennessee. Across from the field that Byrd's Creek Music Festival calls home, there was a glow in the night. Inside a well-appointed... Continue Reading →
Americana music has experienced unprecedented growth over the last few years, both in fanbase and styles included within the genre. With such expansion, it comes as little surprise that many U.S. music festivals have started including more Americana acts on their lineups. Bonnaroo has always been ahead of the curve in this area. In the... Continue Reading →
There are two middle Tennessee music traditions that are like no other. In Nashville, the Grand Ole Opry is a name known around the world for bringing together some of the biggest stars and emerging artists of the country music scene for its famous live radio broadcast. In Manchester, the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival... Continue Reading →