Premiere: “Calling California” by Ross Livermore

Nashville-based rockicana artist Ross Livermore knows what it means to work hard; raised in blue-collar Peabody, Massachusetts in a house that doubled as an architecture firm and a hair salon, Livermore was inspired by his parents’ entrepreneurial spirit. He learned… Continue Reading

Album Premiere: “Formaldehyde, Tobacco and Tulips” by Jason Hawk Harris

On November 3rd, Jason Hawk Harris, following his indelible success as a founding member and lead guitarist of indie folk quartet and MCP favorites, The Show Ponies, will step into the spotlight with the release of his debut solo EP,… Continue Reading

Pew Playlist: 3 Albums That Should Be On Your Radar, 10/27/17

Animal Years – Far From Home Brooklyn-by-way-of-Baltimore pop rockicana trio Animal Years released their new EP today via eOne Records, a follow up to their acclaimed debut Sun Will Rise. Produced by Ryan Hadlock, renowned for his work with The Lumineers, Brandi… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Since I’ve Been Gone” by Thor Platter

“The tradition and history of American music have influenced me my entire life; it encompasses many sounds and styles from many different eras,” explains Cleveland-based singer/songwriter and loyal purveyor of Americana music, Thor Platter. “Above all, it is just good… Continue Reading

Album Review: The Infamous Stringdusters – Undercover Vol. 2

The Infamous Stringdusters, with their marathon touring schedule, have somehow found time to drop their 3rd release this year.  Undercover Vol. 2 offers an incredible follow-up to their highly-touted Undercover EP from 2015.  The album offers a way for the… Continue Reading

Album Premiere: “First Time Out” by Fanny and The Atta Boys

“It all just kind of magically fell together,” recalls Fanny (Tiffany Christie), frontwoman  and co-vocalist of San Diego-based vintage Americana outfit Fanny and The Atta Boys, of the creation of the band’s forthcoming record, First Time Out.  The material was… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Durango River” by The Railsplitters

Colorado-based boundary-pushing bluegrass outfit The Railsplitters will release their new album, Jump In, on November 10th, one which builds upon the progressive sound of their 2015 releaseThe Faster It Goes. Hours spent on the road gave the band a chance to… Continue Reading