Austin-based songstress Izzy Cox has launched an IndieGoGo campaign to seek funding for her latest collection of songs, Ballads for the Nearly Departed. If you aren’t familiar with Izzy, she has been doing her thing since the early ’90s and […]
For those of you who are serious rockabilly and roots rock fans, if you aren’t already familiar with the band, let me introduce you to the Augsburg, Germany sextet Steve Train and His Bad Habits. This is the sort of […]
While The Hobosexuals, a dirtbag roots outfit out of St. Louis, are putting the finishing touches on their upcoming album, Definitive Dirtbag, Vol. I, I thought it fitting to provide a sort of introduction to the band and their music […]
Over the years, having covered the recent blues revival quite thoroughly, I have come across more than a few covers of old blues songs. Many of today’s bands have done this as a means of paying tribute to the bygone […]
Cincinnati bluegrass and folk-punk trio The Tillers are truly a shining beacon in an increasingly crowded roots scene, and as such they have lured their share of roots enthusiasts and would-be fans in with their music in recent years. What makes […]
If there’s one singer/songwriter out there who has paid his dues several times over, it is highway poet and American troubadour David Dondero. In evidence of this, David has released an all-new full-length album titled “This Guitar.” A career-defining piece […]
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