Get Ticket Information For The 2022 Byrd's Creek Music Festival Here With summer weather taking hold, there can be no doubt that music festival season is on its way. With it, comes the 2022 edition of the Byrd’s Creek Music Festival in Crossville, Tennessee. While many festivals conjure images of being stuck in big crowds,... Continue Reading →
THE PEW PLAYLIST: NEW SONGS ADDED FOR DECEMBER 13, 2021
This update to the Pew Playlist adds Americana & folk songs from Fantastic Negrito, The Sully Band, The Lumineers, Sad Daddy, & Mike Legere!
MCP ON LOCATION: BYRD’S CREEK MUSIC FESTIVAL – DAY 2
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!
PREVIEW: THE GRAND OLE OPRY RETURNS TO BONNAROO 2021
The Grand Ole Opry will be at Bonnaroo 2021 with acts including Tommy Emmanuel, Dom Flemons, Chris Janson, Amythyst Kiah, Maggie Rose, and many more!
Premiere: “A Song For Smiley” by Saints Eleven
One of the greatest gifts you can give someone is kindness; You never truly know the extent of someone's personal struggles, what someone might be dealing with at a given time, or what sort of day a person might be having. A word of encouragement or a simple gesture like a smile can do to... Continue Reading →
Don’t Miss The Tennessee Motorcycles and Music Revival At Loretta Lynn’s Ranch: October 10-13
This October 10-13 take a ride down Tennessee’s world-famous Music Highway and pitch your tent at the home of legendary country music star, Loretta Lynn, for four days of all things good music and motorcycles. In its third year, The Tennessee Motorcycles and Music Revival is a one-of-a-kind experience where folks can hang out with... Continue Reading →
Video Premiere: “A Good Man” from Michelle LeBlanc
As the old adage goes, "A good man is hard to find," but it seems that singer-songwriter Michelle LeBlanc has hope that there is one in her future, and sings his praises in her new tune "A Good Man." "Songs are weird and sometimes I’m not sure where they come from or why," she says.... Continue Reading →
“25 Miles” – New Video from Ben Morrison
The Brothers Comatose are currently taking time off to pursue various adventures, and in that spirit, member Ben Morrison has announced his debut solo EP, due out March 1st via AntiFragile Records--the EP will be followed by a second EP set for release later in 2019. With his solo material, Morrison has been able to push his... Continue Reading →
Premiere: “Letters” by Bobcat Rob & The Nightly Howl
Santa Cruz, California based Bobcat Rob & The Nightly Howl will release their forthcoming LP A Different Horse on September 14th. Housing twelve roots-infused songs that showcase a range of emotion. From folky contemplations to bluesy rockers, A Different Horse encapsulates the broad facets of the Americana genre. Today, the band unleashes its new single, “Letters,” a dust-tinged tune... Continue Reading →
Premiere: “Some Days” by Whitacre
Denver folk-rock outfit Whitacre, whose music combines thought-provoking lyrics and beautiful musicianship delivered through energetic and captivating live performances, will release a five-song EP later this year; today, the band unleashes “Some Days,” their new single, to tide us over until then. The track is Whitacre's third single and showcases their strong lyrical craft. “Joe... Continue Reading →