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Whitebrow - Live at the Beljar Cafe

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Matt Woods – With Love From Brushy Mountain (Album Review)

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The Redlands Palomino Company - Broken Carelessly (Album Review)

It’s looking to be a good year for what one might loosely term “alt country” albums with Scots acts the New Madrids and Red Pine Timber Company handing in excellent efforts so far. Time now to look to London to see what’s cooking down there and keeping their end up are The Redlands Palomino Company whose fourth album, Broken Carelessly is released this week. The Palominos are a classic UK “Americana” band with a sound that ranges from pedal steel…

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Posted by Paul K on April 15, 2014 at 3:30pm

Matt Woods – With Love From Brushy Mountain (Album Review)

Ever-bearded Tennessean troubadour Matt Woods’ second full length studio record, With Love From Brushy Mountain, is slated for a May 13, 2014 release.  This comes as a follow up to his first full length, The Matt Woods Manifesto, a trying task in and of itself.  Woods is hands down one of the hardest working singer/songwriters I’ve ever come across.  He eats multiple month tours across the US for breakfast, trades songs for beer,…

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Posted by Sad Songs Keep The Devil Away. on April 16, 2014 at 1:00pm

Simone Felice - King Tuts Wah Wah Hut (Glasgow - 4/11/2014)

With his second solo album safely under his belt Simone Felice is rapidly conforming his status as one of the finest purveyors of Americana around these days. Fortunately (for us) he remains somewhat under the mass radar allowing audiences to see him in intimate settings such as the hallowed King Tuts, a perfect space to see and hear his shamanistic offerings. A mesmerising performer tonight he possessed a leonine grace, prowling and genuflecting,…

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Posted by Paul K on April 15, 2014 at 3:30pm

First Seldom Scene Album in Seven Years: Exclusive Look

Seldom Scene issues its first Smithsonian Folkways album next week with guests including Emmylou Harris.

Mike Auldridge passed away in 2012, but the group includes founding member Ben Eldridge as well as Lou Reid, Dudley Connell, Ronnie Simpkins, and Fred Travers.

Here is a look at "My Better Years" the Hazel Dickens' tune from the album,  "Long Time...Seldom Scene," which features new versions of 16 longtime favorites. …

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Posted by Jim Morrison on April 15, 2014 at 1:30pm — 1 Comment

Five Questions: Kris Orlowski

With his new album, Believer, Seattle's Kris Orlowski steps forward in two new directions. First, it's a full-length record (after three EPs) and, second, he's a band (not just a singer/songwriter). Listening to the depth and breadth of Believer, both points ring out loud and clear -- it's a solid collection of songs rendered in big sonic fashion.

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Posted by Kelly McCartney on April 15, 2014 at 7:00am

MerleFest - Wilkesboro, North Carolina - April 24-27 2014

While there are quite a few notable festivals that begin earlier than late April, many of us kick off the festival season by trekking to not your normal community college, the Wilkes Community College in the rolling hills of north central North Carolina where MerleFest has been held every year since 1988. Named in honor of Merle Watson who lived nearby, 2014 marks the second festival since Merle's father, Doc Watson, passed away. And as sorely his…

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The Poet Laureate of Alt. Country? 92 Replies

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Song(s) you're embarrassed to admit you really liked 162 Replies

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