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VETERAN ROCK ’N’ ROLLER WILLIE NILE CELEBRATES HIS ROOTS WITH POSITIVELY BOB

June 23 release on River House Records finds Willie Nile paying homage to major influence Bob Dylan In a consistently colorful musical career that spans nearly four decades, Willie Nile has established a reputation as a world-class rock ’n’ roller, and as a singular songwriter with deep roots in rock’s rich history. So it’s not … Continue reading

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Amy Black Takes A Bluesy, Soul-Filled Journey To ‘Memphis’ — June 2 Release

Bo-Keys’ Scott Bomar produces collection of seven powerful originals, plus covers of Otis Clay, Bobby “Blue” Bland, Ruby Johnson Amy Black has always been drawn to soul singers. But it wasn’t until she began exploring her own southern roots for her last album, The Muscle Shoals Sessions, that she found her musical sweet spot — … Continue reading

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New Bluegrass: Dailey & Vincent — ‘Patriots and Poets’

Dailey & Vincent — Patriots and Poets Award-winning bluegrass artists Dailey & Vincent (Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent) have released their new album, Patriots and Poets. It ignites with the energetic “Gimme All the Love You Got,” and drives forward through another fifteen songs with impeccable musicianship and harmonizing, landing at the equally stirring “America We … Continue reading

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THE ICONIC 1971 ALBUM BY ROSEBUD (JUDY HENSKE, JERRY YESTER, CRAIG DOERGE, DAVID VAUGHT AND JOHN SEITER) COMING JUNE 16 AS AN EXPANDED REISSUE FROM OMNIVORE RECORDINGS

Ten bonus tracks—seven previously unissued—join the album’s original ten. Packaging includes rare ephemera and new interviews with band members. When Judy Henske and Jerry Yester’s (now revered) 1969 album Farewell Aldebaran failed to find its audience, the artists decided to take a different approach for their next release — becoming a “band.” Adding songwriter and … Continue reading

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Need Meaningful Inspiration? Eric Bibb’s ‘Migration Blues’ Will Get You There

Eric Bibb — ‘Migration Blues’ Label: Stony Plain Records The album offers a blend of originals and American folk classics (Woody Guthrie’s “This Land Is Your Land” and Bob Dylan’s “Masters Of War”), all of which deal with refugee or migrant crises. In the liner notes, Eric Bibb cites Cicero: “To be ignorant of what occurred … Continue reading

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Dustin Lynch Makes “SMALL TOWN BOY” Debut On ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Showing off his undeniable talent – and humor – Broken Bow Records’ DUSTIN LYNCH hit late-night television for a buzzworthy debut of his brand new single, “Small Town Boy,” on ABC’s JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE! last Tuesday night (4/4). The charming small town Tullahoma, Tennessee, native had the captivated live studio audience grooving to the laid-back, … Continue reading