I love this band from San Francisco – The Brothers Comatose are releasing their debut full length album “Respect The Van” on May 22, with a show at The Great American Music Hall on May 19th in SF. The original […]
The Carolina Chocolate Drops recording “Lights In The Valley” for Mercyland:Hymns for the rest of us out April 24. Producer and writer Phil Madeira set out with an initiative to affirm the common ground and positive qualities of faith. In […]
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 […]
Humming House Self-Titled Debut Out Jan 17 A Mix of Swing, Irish Folk, Modern Acoustic and Rockabilly It’s fitting that a song about Django Reinhardt, the father of gypsy-jazz, kicks off the self-titled debut by Humming House. The bandmembers certainly […]
South Austin’s K Phillips is releasing American Girls on Feb 14, 2012. On this debut, there are no pick-up trucks, red cups, or girls in jean shorts. Phillips champions the desperate, the sleazy and the broken, with small-town murals that […]
I’m working again with Amanda Shires on her album Carrying Lightning, released on May 3rd. She’s been busy making videos, and this is Ghostbird, and it’s paper doll animation – beautiful video, beautiful song. She’s playing at the Philly Folk […]
The official press release is below, written by yours truly. However, I dig Chris Gray’s piece for Houston Press’ blog today – with the awesome title – Crusty Texan Bounces Watch The Throne From Amazon’s Top MP3 Album Spot. Oh […]
It’s fitting you might have caught a glimpse of Alexis Marceaux on Treme, HBO’s pantheon to New Orleans musicians. The soulful young artist is a lifelong New Orleanian, with credentials that best that of the cast. Her father is a […]
73rd National Folk Festival Announces Third Round of Performing Artists 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 […]
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