Premiere: “Under A Maybe Moon” by Tom Irwin

Chicago-based modern day troubadour Tom Irwin has spent most of his life schooling himself from the pages of the great American songbook, cutting his musical teeth on everything from Deep Purple to Johnny Cash. By the late 1980s, the award-winning… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “Alone With You” by Canyon City

Through simplicity, creativity and beauty shine, adding elegance and sophistication to words and sounds; writer and producer Paul Johnson, the creative force behind Nashville indie folk outfit Canyon City, is living proof. With almost 700,000 monthly Spotify listeners and over… Continue Reading

Live Show Review: Travis Linville 

With its intimate interior, the Basement is one of those venues where an artist can build a true connection with the room. Featuring an accoustic, mostly solo set, Oklahoma folkster Travis Linville capitalized on the cozy setting to let his… Continue Reading

Interview: Neal Casal of The Chris Robinson Brotherhood

Creativity is so important, more than ever at this point in history. “It seems like freedoms are being taken away from us rapidly, and we consider ourselves freedom fighters, if you will,” laughs the Chris Robinson Brotherhood’s own Neal Casal, who… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “Lights Out” by Lindsay White

Greek lyrical poet Sappho once said, “What cannot be said will be wept”–a stirring quote about the nature of loss and grief. Grief is a strange animal, appearing in waves, manifesting at the most inopportune times, often without explanation of… Continue Reading