Watch Lee Fields & The Expressions Live at Boiler Room Weekender

Last November, Boiler Room partnered with Ray-Ban for their biggest US show to date,  The RBxBR Weekender in The Poconos. Lee Fields & The Expressions performed a scorching set at the festival, and are currently on tour, performing this weekend at Knoxville, Tennessee’s Rhythm N’ Blooms Fest… Continue Reading

MCP Exclusive – Behind The Scenes with Ron Pope

Ron Pope, Nashville-based singer/songwriter and all-around force to be reckoned with, has been in the studio diligently working on his next record, which is set for release later this year. Pope and company put their kickstands down at Welcome To 1979,… Continue Reading

“A Distant Thought” – New Video from Garrett Pierce

Sometimes, we need to be reminded how amazing our world truly is; Northern California folkster Garrett Pierce does exactly that, in the first video from his forthcoming LP Dusk, set for release on February 17th via Crossbill Records. In the video,… Continue Reading

Don’t Miss The 2017 Blue Ox Music Festival!

From June 8-10, 2017, thousands of roots music fans from across the glove will gather amongst the dense, sun-speckled pine forests of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, the heart of Paul Bunyan country, to enjoy the world-class lineup that is this year’s Blue Ox Music… Continue Reading

“Queen Of The Universe” – New Music from Jetty Rae

Timeless Americana songstress Jetty Rae has released a new single, “Queen of the Universe,” off her first full-length album in four years, Can’t Curse The Free. “Queen of the Universe” features sweetly-delivered tongue-in-cheek rock-centric sassitude to a nemesis who just better look out, y’all, because Jetty… Continue Reading

“Define My Name” – New Music from The Ferdy Mayne

Shane O’Malley Firek, the single constant member of The Ferdy Mayne, is no stranger to adversity and the physical and spiritual journeys necessary to survive it. “I was going through massive change when I was writing this material,” Firek explains of his self-titled debut album, out March… Continue Reading

MCP’s 2016 Year-End Roundup

Many sites have crafted all manner of “Best Of 2016” lists, reviews, and other musical offerings–we decided not to partake this year, because honestly, we go to great lengths to feature only the best music all year long–and what a… Continue Reading