Premiere: “When Love Goes Right” by Susan Cattaneo (ft. Bill Kirchen)

Susan Cattaneo, longtime New England favorite and member of the beloved group The Boxcar Lillies, blends folk, rock, and blues with a strong dose of twang. Her new double album, The Hammer & The Heart, brims with everything from barn-burning… Continue Reading

Premiere: “The Fisherman” by Sarah Lou Richards

Inspired by the story unfurled in “The Lacemakers Of Glen Mara“ by Heather Barbieri, Nashville twangy folkstress Sarah Lou Richards penned “The Fisherman,” a track from her new album, Someone Who Gets Me, set for release on September 29th. Set… Continue Reading

Premiere: “The Alley Walker” by Dan Blakeslee & The Calabash Club

“Hey Dan, where’s my art?” the people of Portsmouth, New Hampshire would shout at award-winning singer/songwriter Dan Blakeslee, who, in addition to crafting thoughtful and poignant music, is a maker of visual art. Fifteen years ago, Blakeslee had deeply overcommitted… Continue Reading

Fervor Records Features “My World” by Waylon Jennings

Phoenix-based independent label Fervor Records is releasing both music from new artists as well as compiling and maintaining an impressive collection of cult hits, deep cuts, and rarities from the 1920s to current day. The label was founded in 1989 by David Hilker… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Cold Cold Love” by CALICO The Band

What would you do for love? California Americountry outfit CALICO The Band, led by duo Manda Mosher and Kirsten Proffit, explore that idea in their new single, “Cold Cold Love.” ‘”Cold Cold Love’ addresses the damage that occurs when you… Continue Reading

Pew Playlist: 3 Albums That Should Be On Your Radar, 8/11/17

Ben Sollee and Kentucky Native – self-titled With his new album, internationally acclaimed cellist, composer, singer-songwriter, and environmentalist Ben Sollee pushed the boundaries of our bluegrass-leaning imaginations; with his stellar accompanying string band, Kentucky Native, Sollee has corralled and incorporated… Continue Reading

Album Review: Tyler Childers – Purgatory

Instead of making “lake life” pontoon party-inspired songs about solo cups and pickup trucks in the spirit of redneck escapism, songcrafter Tyler Childers croons of drug addiction and hardship, relevant issues faced on the daily by the folks in his… Continue Reading