Nashville Boogie Vintage Weekender 2019: Part I

Nashville Boogie 2019 Mother Church Pew

Rockabilly music has always enjoyed an outlaw flair that sets it apart from its diverse underlying elements.  Too rocking for country music, too twangy for rock music, but together just the right amount of toe-tapping rhythms and jumpy blues riffs… Continue Reading

Album Premiere: “Loaded & Rollin’” from Flying Buffaloes

When it comes to achievement, hard work will get you there quicker than wishing for success any old day, and sometimes, hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard. Think about that one for a second. Speaking of talent,… Continue Reading

Live Show Review: Molly Tuttle

At any given record shop, you can find the volumes of music left behind by amazing musicians who took an ill-fated leap of faith into the spotlight of fronting an album.  Some the whispers of faded dreams, others parables on… Continue Reading

Live Show Review: Mary Bragg

“Always choose love.” These words of wisdom were bestowed upon Mary Bragg by her grandmother when Bragg was fresh out of high school and torn between spending the summer with a potential church camp inspired romance—or make her first trip… Continue Reading

Live Show Review: Ruston Kelly

Over the last year, Ruston Kelly has rapidly transformed from a critically-acclaimed rising star to a household name. During that time, conversations about Kelly have taken two paths—  redemption is always topic number one. Skim his bio, listen to any… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Where You Came From” by Stepsons

“There’s a great big world to find out beyond that setting sun, but you always remember where you came from,” sings Andrew Capra, the creative mastermind behind Nashville-based jangly, heartland rock outfit Stepsons, in the band’s new single “Where You… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “Quarter On The Ground (Song For Uncle Joe)” by Matt Andersen ft. The McCrary Sisters

Matt Andersen, award-winning purveyor of soul-shaking blues, will release Halfway Home by Morning on March 22, 2019, via True North Records. The New Brunswick native may hail from Canada, but his sound is steeped in the sweaty roots-tinged grit of the… Continue Reading