Live Show Review: Colter Wall, Pilgrimage Festival

Colter Wall has burst onto the Americana music scene recently with the release of his self-titled album, produced by famed Nashville producer Dave Cobb. His music is straightforward roots country and folk, drawing influence from Johnny Cash, Townes Van Zandt, and Woody Guthrie. His voice is deep and snarled, which renders captivating stories about murder,... Continue Reading →

Interview: Guthrie Brown and the Family Tree

Nashville-based folk-rock outfit Guthrie Brown and the Family Tree have been a busy lot, touring around with the legendary Jonny Lang, playing shows at Nashville's Musicians Corner, performing at this year's Americana Fest, and gearing up for their show the inaugural Pilgrimage Music Fest in Franklin, Tennessee this Saturday.  I had a chance to chat with frontman... Continue Reading →

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