Ok, so it’s not quite December the 3rd, but it’s close enough to share this Joe Pug classic. I CALL TODAY A DISASTERSHE CALLS IT DECEMBER THE THIRDCALL IT WHAT YOU WILLI’M HEARTBROKEN STILLWORDS ARE JUST WORDS
Here’s another in my series revisiting favorite songs from years gone by. It’s been way too many years since Austin’s Nathan Hamilton put out some music. Thankfully we have songs like this stunner to remind us of his songwriting talent. This is “In All That We Might Find” from 2011’s Beauty, Wit & Speed.
I know Monday is video day, but today I’m going to hijack Mayer’s domain and share one from Columbia, South Carolina’s Admiral Radio. They are currently in the studio recording their debut, but in the meantime they dropped this gem earlier this year (audio recorded at their home with one mic) that showcases the duo’s […]
Fruition’s Kellen Asebroek talks about his ode to Britney Spears, working as a life guard, and the importance of real connections.
Happy 50th Anniversary, Sesame Street! The legendary children’s television show has become an educational institution, helping to shape countless minds while never shying away from important social topics. It has also hosted some of the biggest names in music history. Their performances include both parodies and straight up takes on their greatest hits, plus some […]
Singer-songwriter Josh Rouse chats about skipping lunch and dismissing himself from his first solo gig.
Singer-songwriter Anthony D’Amato talks about supporting local and independent businesses while on tour and the day job that came full circle.
I recently caught New York-based folk singer D.B Rielly as part of a tour celebrating the 2019 winners of the Grassy Hill Kerrville New Folk Competition. That event, part of the famed Kerrville Folk Festival, identifies noteworthy emerging songwriters. All the performers that night – Rielly, Scott Mulvahill, Daniel Neihoff and Boston’s Lisa Bastoni* – […]
Calling Chip Robinson criminally under-rated doesn’t quite do him justice. Those who know – especially his fellow Americana musicians – know damn well how impressive his songs truly are. The Backsliders singer-songwriter doesn’t stray to far from his North Carolina home these days, truly a shame for those who have yet to have a Robinson […]
Since his debut release in 2011, Irish-born and Philadelphia-based John Byrne has walked the line between the sounds of his homeland and the folk-rock side of Americana. A storyteller at heart, he tells his tales accompanied by a band that includes both strings and horns. What’s not to like about that? He’s also doesn’t shy […]