Interview: Beth Bombara

“I found myself in a scary place,” recalls Americana songstress Beth Bombara of her unexpected and almost two-year battle with debilitating depression. The normally upbeat multi-instrumentalist and perennial side-woman, who had been touring in bands since she was 16 years old, woke up one day and was unable to function. “I haven’t struggled with depression... Continue Reading →

“Made, For Now” – New Music from Beth Bombara

Americana songstress and erstwhile side-woman Beth Bombara, who’s opened for the likes of Pokey LaFarge, Waxahatchee, Madisen Ward & Mama Bear, and Joe Pug, has found her way with new album Map & No Direction, set for release on March 3rd. After a significant battle with depression, she’s honed her clarity as a songwriter--the result is equal parts hooky Americana and... Continue Reading →

Interview: Jack Grelle

St. Louis-based country artist Jack Grelle has the most beautiful beard in the Western Hemisphere; witnessing it up close and in person, the sunlight illuminates and reflects its many golden and red-tinged highlights. “I do next to nothing besides the occasional trim to tame it. Otherwise, it’s au naturel,” he tells me with a laugh.... Continue Reading →

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