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

Album Review: Steve Earle & The Dukes – So You Wannabe An Outlaw

On Steve Earle’s new release, So You Wannabe An Outlaw, the stylized view of being an outlaw is given a much-needed return to reality. In the current country music genre, the term “outlaw” has become vernacular better lending itself to… 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

Premiere: “Lost In This Canyon” by The Two Tracks

Heartfelt emotion. Soul-stirring sound. These are ways to describe Sheridan, Wyoming’s The Two Tracks, who will release their forthcoming album, Postcard Town, on May 19th. Produced by the legendary Will Kimbrough, the record features 11 new tracks inspired by the… Continue Reading

Pew Playlist: 3 Albums That Should Be On Your Radar, 5/5/17

Rev. Sekou – In Times Like These Probably one of the most important and relevant albums yet of 2017, Rev. Osagyefo Sekou combines the blues learned during his youth–the sound and the experiences as well–with testimony-inspiring Pentecostal roots gospel. Sekou, a noted… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Tired Of Being Tired” by Todd Adelman and the Country Mile

Colorado-based singer/songwriter Todd Adelman will release his sixth full-length album, Time Will Tell, on May 12th; Adelman notes that the title sums up the album’s tracks.  “Though I named the album and wrote these songs a few years back, they… Continue Reading