Premiere: “40 Days” by Stewart Eastham

Nashville-based artist Stewart Eastham is back with “40 Days,” his first release since 2016’s jubilant Dancers In The Mansion. The song shows Eastham expanding his aural palette with more rock and synth elements while his trademark big drum sound is still… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Thank My Mother’s God” by Micky & The Motorcars

Micky Braun first climbed on stage to join his father’s family band when he was about five-years-old, and since then, Braun and his brothers never stopped. Big brothers Cody and Willy started Reckless Kelly, and Micky and brother Gary left… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “Hot Southern Nights” by Swearingen & Kelli

The “good old days”–like fine wine, memories get more robust with time, the rough edges of circumstances smoothed out by its passage, leaving the best parts behind. In their new video “Hot Southern Nights,” Americana duo Swearingen & Kelli pay… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Tennessee Years” by Melanie Brulée

Photo credit: Emma Lee Nashville and Toronto-based Melanie Brulée will release her new album Fires, Floods & Things We Leave Behind on October 19th. Today, she unveils her new single “Tennessee Years.” A western-tinged meandering tune with understated flourishes of yearning… Continue Reading

“The Addict” – New Music from Lyman Ellerman

“Call me an addict,” sings Lyman Ellerman–the first words of his recent aptly-titled single “The Addict” which lay all the cards on the table. Dedicated to his late son, who struggled much of his adult life with drug addiction, Ellerman… Continue Reading

Premiere: “A Hole In My Grave” by Chuck Westmoreland

It’s been said that knowledge is limited, but imagination circles the world. Portland-based alt-country artist Chuck Westmoreland has taken the best of both and bent them to his will. The proud owner of Portland bar The Red Fox, which he… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “Dixie Crystals” by Ben de la Cour

Storyteller. It’s a word that is bandied about incessantly in the Americana world– understandably so, since Americana music has become the alternative to mainstream country, where it’s okay for envelopes to be pushed, for taboos to be explored, and for… Continue Reading