Chris Canterbury Covers John Prine’s Classic, “Christmas in Prison”

Nashville-based/Haynesville, LA-born country-roots artist Chris Canterbury is in the seasonal spirit while releasing a cover of John Prine’s classic song, “Christmas in Prison” – LISTEN or WATCH. The cover of a standout track from Prine’s 1973 album Sweet Revenge is equally stripped down from the original but brings a different aesthetic – Canterbury wields acoustic guitar duties and a warm, …

City and Colour Returns With Powerful Emotional Track “Meant To Be”

Acclaimed artist City and Colour, the moniker for singer/songwriter Dallas Green, has just released the emotionally powerful new track “Meant To Be” via Still Records, an imprint of Dine Alone Records. “Meant To Be” is the first new music from City and Colour since the 2019’s acclaimed album A Pill For Loneliness, and comes following a painful, life-changing loss. The …

Pony Bradshaw Releases “Kindly Turn the Bed Down, Drusilla” and “Notes on a River Town” from Album “North Georgia Rounder” out January 27, 2023

Acclaimed singer/songwriter Pony Bradshaw releases “Kindly Turn the Bed Down, Drusilla” and “Notes on a River Town” from his upcoming album North Georgia Rounder, out on January 27th, 2023 (Soundly Music). North Georgia Rounder is a musical travelogue of Appalachia and an impressionistic journey of introspection and connection all at once. Pre-save North Georgia Rounder HERE.  “Kindly Turn the Bed …

Savannah Music Festival Announces Unparalleled Lineup and Schedule for 2023, from March 23 – April 8

Celebrated for distinctive live performances spanning American and international roots music, jazz, classical, jam, rock, and blues genres in beautiful, historic Savannah, Georgia, the Savannah Music Festival (SMF) is pleased to announce its 2023 season, which runs from March 23 through April 8, 2023. Tickets start at $31 and can be purchased online at savannahmusicfestival.org, by phone at 912.525.5050 or …

Yellowstone Season Premiere Features Two-Song Performance by Shane Smith & The Saints

Austin, Texas-based band Shane Smith & The Saints performed live on the Season 5 opening episode of Paramount’s acclaimed series Yellowstone on November 13th, in which three of their songs were featured. The celebrated quintet was the featured entertainment during a scene that took place at a party thrown for the main character, John Dutton (played by Kevin Costner). The …

The Shootouts’ Uptempo New Single “Run For Cover” Packs the Dancefloor with Saxophone and Vintage Country Rock

Akron, OH band The Shootouts are releasing a new single “Run For Cover” (LISTEN HERE) from their forthcoming album, Stampede (out on February 24, via Soundly Music). The song is an uptempo vintage country rock dancefloor number, with blaring sax lines, clinking piano keys, a ripping solo from guitarist Brian Poston, and lively gang vocals. The new song is the …

Pony Bradshaw Releases “Mosquitos and Title Track from Album “North Georgia Rounder out January 27, 2023

Acclaimed singer/songwriter Pony Bradshaw releases both the title track and “Mosquitoes” from his upcoming album North Georgia Rounder which comes out on January 27th, 2023 (Soundly Music). North Georgia Rounder finds the celebrated musician conjuring the spirit of North Georgia’s hill-country and mountains, the area he lovingly calls home. Pre-save North Georgia Rounder HERE. “North Georgia Rounder” is essentially a folk …

Mightmare Reveals Contrasting Views in Video For “Red”

Mightmare, the indie rock/dark pop solo project of Sarah Shook, released a new music video for the establishment-thwarting, harmony-rich, marching lo-fi indie track “Red” – VIEW HERE. Directed by Georgia Krause, the video is a contrast of two sides – twilight and sunshine, the individual vs. the group, activities and introspection, bright colors and a wash of crimson. All of the …

Elizabeth Moen Launches Stark, Sonorous Album-Titled Track “Wherever You Aren’t” in Advance of Full-Length Release on November 11

Chicago-based/Vinton, IA-born indie artist Elizabeth Moen released a third single “Wherever You Aren’t” from her forthcoming album of the same title, out on November 11. Premiered by Under the Radar Magazine, the song showcases Moen dueting with herself, her resonant voices echoing and filling a cavernous space, backed only by a softly strummed acoustic guitar. The sound grows in intensity; …