Premiere: “Red Hot Red” by Shelly Waters

Americana singer/songwriter Shelly Waters is set to release her new, self-titled album on July 28th. Recorded in Nashville with renowned producer and multi-instrumentalist Josh Kaler, the 12-song concoction is as flavorful as the jambalaya made in her home state of… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “Momma Told Me” by Eagle Rock Gospel Singers

“Things have been pretty tough over the last few years, and this song was written at a time when I was wanting certain things to happen,” says Kim Garcia, co-vocalist for the amazing Eagle Rock Gospel Singers of the band’s new single,… Continue Reading

Interview: Sarah Siskind

Sarah Siskind is on her way to Nashville from her home in the mountains of North Carolina; the phone reception is iffy through the Smokies, and the line goes silent. “Can you hear me now?” she asks. “Okay, I’ll just… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Goodbye Brushy Mountain” by Nathan Bell

Never one to shy away from controversial topics, truth-telling troubadour Nathan Bell is back with “Goodbye Brushy Mountain,” a heart-tugging tune from his forthcoming release, the stark and stripped-down LOVE > FEAR (48 Hours in Traitorland)—out June 30th via Stone Barn Records. The album captures the naked… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “Thirteen” by Single Girl, Married Girl

New York City-based folk pop outfit Single Girl, Married Girl offers a glimpse of their in-studio magic with a new video for “Thirteen,” a reimagining of 70s power pop band Big Star’s classic hit from their 1972 debut album, #1… Continue Reading

MCP at The Nashville Boogie Vintage Weekender, Part 2

With the echoes and memories of the prior day still in mind, I was excited to see what a new day would bring at the 2017 Nashville Boogie Vintage Weekender.  Saturday’s lineup included a mix of legends and up-and-comers in… Continue Reading

MCP Sessions: Hugh Masterson – “Lost And Found”

Hugh Masterson, Nashville-based alt-country troubadour and the pride of Butternut, Wisconsin, will release his solo debut, Lost + Found, on Friday, June 2nd via Rock Ridge Music.  Recently, Masterson, who is a skilled craftsman of all things wooden, invited us to… Continue Reading

MCP Sessions: Justin Townes Earle – “What’s She Crying For”

After a decade-long career as an artist, seasoned performer Justin Townes Earle is in the midst of experiencing several “firsts”– on May 26th, Earle will release his New West Records debut Kids In The Street, which marks his first time working with… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “Catching You” by The Two Tracks

Wyoming-based band The Two Tracks released their brand new travel-inspired record, Postcard Town, on May 19th; today, the rootsy collective unleashes the in-studio performance video for album track “Catching You.” The band’s versatility and breadth of styles featured on Postcard Town,… Continue Reading