Jeffrey Foucault Embarks on Fall Tour

“It’s fascinating,” says traveling troubadour and lyrical mastermind Jeffrey Foucault, of the fact that Americana has become “a thing” over the last few years. “In the mid-90s, you rarely heard an acoustic guitar on the radio, you never heard it… Continue Reading

“Detour Sign–Live from Cambridge” New Music from Aoife O’Donovan

Critically lauded folk songstress Aoife O’Donovan will release Man In A Neon Coat: Live From Cambridge on September 9th via Yep Roc Records. Recorded live at The Sinclair in Cambridge, Massachusetts on April 13, 2016, the album features live trio performances of tracks from… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Andy’s Song” by Michael Howard

Alaska native Michael Howard will release his new album, Gasoline Dream, this Friday, August 12th. The singer-songwriter and activist follows in the tradition of great American socially-conscious storytelling songwriters; he is also an outsider, culturally and musically. Even though his American Heartland lies at the edge of… Continue Reading

Album Review: The Bird & The Rifle – Lori McKenna

Lori McKenna is the kind of woman that gets her five children to school, then comes home to fold a load of laundry before Taylor Swift comes over for a writing session. She’s the kind of woman who writes Grammy… Continue Reading

Premiere: “A Cup Of Rain” by Don Gallardo

“When you’re down, I’ll pick you up, I’ll be the shelter you dream of,” sings Nashville-based troubadour Don Gallardo in “A Cup Of Rain”, the latest single from his acclaimed album, Hickory, out via Southern Carousel Records. Gallardo, who will release Hickory on July  22nd… Continue Reading

Live Show Review: Gregory Alan Isakov in Nashville

Gather together fans of glorious folk, presented by not only mandolin and banjo, but combined with a small orchestra, turning the acoustic into the symphonic, and featuring the lovely voice of Gregory Alan Isakov, and you have an audience that… Continue Reading

Interview: Gregory Alan Isakov

“With my music, I’m always trying to create a sense of place, and Colorado always seems to make it into the songs,” says renowned folk artist Gregory Alan Isakov. “The first time I ever played in Los Angeles, I remember… Continue Reading