Album Premiere: “Rooted In You” by Wilson Harwood

In these divisive times, where interaction with other humans is largely relegated to electronic transmissions, Wilson Harwood brings personal connection to the forefront with his forthcoming album, Rooted In You, set for release on October 9th. The Nashville-based banjoist combines deftly-executed finger-picking with poignant lyrics delivered in a soothing vocal style. Comprised of songs written... Continue Reading →

Premiere: “Solace” by Monocle Band

Boulder-based quintet Monocle Band takes all of their influences—the mysticism of the west, the majesty of the Colorado landscape, and the richness of the surrounding folkicana music scene—and creates a storytelling journey through bluegrass, roots, rock n’ roll, and beyond. The band will release their second full-length album, The Clearing, on October 20th. Recorded at... Continue Reading →

Interview: Applewood Road

Serendipity is the accident of finding something good without even looking for it. Such is the story of harmony-rich Americana trio Applewood Road, composed of Emily Barker, Amber Rubarth, and Amy Speace—all three individually accomplished solo artists. However, a chance meeting resulted in something they might never have imagined. “Amy and Emily had the same tour... Continue Reading →

Premiere: “Goodbye Brushy Mountain” by Nathan Bell

Never one to shy away from controversial topics, truth-telling troubadour Nathan Bell is back with "Goodbye Brushy Mountain,” a heart-tugging tune from his forthcoming release, the stark and stripped-down LOVE > FEAR (48 Hours in Traitorland)—out June 30th via Stone Barn Records. The album captures the naked immediacy of his live acoustic performances, while boldly confronting the harsh realities of the current political climate. "Goodbye Brushy Mountain" is... Continue Reading →

Interview: Jordan DePaul

“I moved to Nashville thinking I had to write country music,” says singer/songwriter Jordan DePaul. After much time spent in rooms co-writing pop country songs, DePaul was offered a contract to perform in a country duo; the young artist turned down the deal and decided it was time for a change. DePaul, who fell in... Continue Reading →

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