Premiere: “Andy’s Song” by Michael Howard

Alaska native Michael Howard will release his new album, Gasoline Dream, this Friday, August 12th. The singer-songwriter and activist follows in the tradition of great American socially-conscious storytelling songwriters; he is also an outsider, culturally and musically. Even though his American Heartland lies at the edge of… Continue Reading

Album Review: Excuses – Cereus Bright

Nashville may be the country music capital, but musical greatness can be found throughout the fine state of Tennessee.  Cereus Bright, an alt-folk five-piece hailing from Knoxville, are up-and-coming legends in their own right.  Their debut album, Excuses, is a songwriting masterpiece.  … Continue Reading

Live Show Review: Gregory Alan Isakov in Nashville

Gather together fans of glorious folk, presented by not only mandolin and banjo, but combined with a small orchestra, turning the acoustic into the symphonic, and featuring the lovely voice of Gregory Alan Isakov, and you have an audience that… Continue Reading