Premiere: “Moose Mountain” by Blake Berglund

“I was raised on a horse farm and I admittedly took it for granted,” admits Canadian cowboy Blake Berglund, who will release his stellar new record, Realms, on September 1st. “Growing up around that many horses instilled this kind of cowboy… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Cold Cold Love” by CALICO The Band

What would you do for love? California Americountry outfit CALICO The Band, led by duo Manda Mosher and Kirsten Proffit, explore that idea in their new single, “Cold Cold Love.” ‘”Cold Cold Love’ addresses the damage that occurs when you… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Dashboard Jesus” by Katie Ohh

Nashville-based singer/songwriter Katie Ohh will release her new EP, The Next Chapter, produced by Rascal Flatts’ own Jay DeMarcus, on Wednesday, August 16th. Today, the small town girl with the powerhouse pipes—who is also the 2013 winner of NBC’s “The… Continue Reading

Pew Playlist: 3 Albums That Should Be On Your Radar, 8/11/17

Ben Sollee and Kentucky Native – self-titled With his new album, internationally acclaimed cellist, composer, singer-songwriter, and environmentalist Ben Sollee pushed the boundaries of our bluegrass-leaning imaginations; with his stellar accompanying string band, Kentucky Native, Sollee has corralled and incorporated… Continue Reading

Album Review: Tyler Childers – Purgatory

Instead of making “lake life” pontoon party-inspired songs about solo cups and pickup trucks in the spirit of redneck escapism, songcrafter Tyler Childers croons of drug addiction and hardship, relevant issues faced on the daily by the folks in his… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Under A Maybe Moon” by Tom Irwin

Chicago-based modern day troubadour Tom Irwin has spent most of his life schooling himself from the pages of the great American songbook, cutting his musical teeth on everything from Deep Purple to Johnny Cash. By the late 1980s, the award-winning… Continue Reading

Live Show Review: Travis Linville 

With its intimate interior, the Basement is one of those venues where an artist can build a true connection with the room. Featuring an accoustic, mostly solo set, Oklahoma folkster Travis Linville capitalized on the cozy setting to let his… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “Lights Out” by Lindsay White

Greek lyrical poet Sappho once said, “What cannot be said will be wept”–a stirring quote about the nature of loss and grief. Grief is a strange animal, appearing in waves, manifesting at the most inopportune times, often without explanation of… Continue Reading