I've had the best luck to work with some of the nicest and most humble artists, which is the gift of working with this genre. (I started my career in 1990 on Music Row, which you know, to put it mildly - is different).
I love Julie Lee... one of the most enchanting voices, a fantastic songwriter and a beautiful spirit. She released her seventh album last week, with a great show at the Station Inn where she was joined by the real baby daddies - her band that included Kenny Vaughan and…Continue
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Posted on August 16, 2011 at 5:00pm
The 73rd National Folk Festival is excited to announce eight more performing artists, among the 30 groups that will appear on stages throughout Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park at this free-to-the-public festival Sept. 2-4. This event is the longest running celebration of traditional music and arts in the nation and will call Nashville home through…Continue
Posted on July 14, 2011 at 11:30am
GUY CLARK RELEASES SONGS AND STORIES, AUGUST 16 ON DUALTONE MUSIC GROUP
Live Album Includes "The Randall Knife," "Homegrown Tomatoes," "The Cape," with Stories and Insights
At the tail end of his performance of “L.A. Freeway,” master songwriter Guy Clark pauses to share a memory from that time decades ago, about a landlord and a…Continue
Posted on June 23, 2011 at 9:48am
I'm a publicist and often post press releases on No Depression. I always intend to write more personal blogs (that have nothing to do with 'clients') on here, but only have done that a handful of times...time constraints mostly, and you know -- time contraints are a gateway to loss of creativity. And I don't mean to imply that I don't enjoy posting things for my clients - because I'm in the lucky to love the music and artists I work with...
That all being said, here's the…Continue
Posted on May 25, 2011 at 1:00pm — 1 Comment