On “Thank You,” The Ladles, showcase their mastery of the art of three-part harmonies. The song feels like a spontaneous flow of appreciation. It’s well balanced—a gentle current of banjo keeps the song minimal behind the vocals, but lush fiddle and acoustic guitar builds throughout.
Nashville’s Brian Callihan has written songs with artists like David Lee Murphy, Josh Thompson, and Mo Pitney, and his songs have been performed by the likes of Cole Swindell, Dylan Scott,….
After college, Virginia-bred songwriter and drummer Brandon Goldstein, who makes music under the moniker Darlin’ Brando, found his tribe amongst the thriving Los Angeles country and Americana music scene, drumming….
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….
Research professor, author, and expert of all things emotional (and personal (s)hero) Brené Brown defines vulnerability as “the willingness to show up and be seen with no guarantee of outcome.”….