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2020

The Hanging Stars

London-based folk-psych-country band The Hanging Stars return with their eclectic third studio album, A New Kind Of Sky, due out on 21 February 2019. Carrying on their exploration of transatlantic psychedelic folk and cosmic country, the new album blends twelve-string, harmony-laden lullabies with soft rock anthems to create a guilded box of bucolic folk-rock. As

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2020

Tandem Felix

Since Tandem Felix re-emerged in 2017 with ’Were You There (When They Crucified The Birthday Boy)?’ – nominated for the Choice Music Prize Song of the Year – the band opened for Stephen Malkmus and The Jicks in Dublin’s Vicar Street, joined Saint Sister on their Irish tour and put the finishing touches on long-awaited

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2020

Martin Stephenson & John Perry

Martin Stephenson is a gifted, entertaining and much-loved performer.  A natural raconteur, his repartee and audience rapport create a convivial and intimate atmosphere whatever the setting. His virtuoso fingerpicking blends seamlessly with John Perry’s melodic and considered solos and subtle fills, altogether making for a very entertaining show. Born in Durham and brought up in

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Susto releases new music after signing with Rounder Records

It’s a Christmas miracle. Charleston Americana rock band Susto has released a brand-new song in time for the holidays. “Homeboy,” from the band’s upcoming 2019 album “Ever Since I Lost My Mind,” debuted Friday with a lyrical video. The song has a more groovy, vivacious rock vibe compared to past soft Americana, grungy blues and

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Dori Freeman finds catharsis in old-timey Americana

For a good idea how steeped in the traditions of old-timey music Dori Freeman is, start with the relatively recent phenomenon known as YouTube, which is home to all sorts of videos featuring the Appalachian singer-songwriter performing Americana classics with her dad and granddad. The singer is just out of her teens in the clips,

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2019

Patty Griffin

Support by Erika Wennerstrom GRAMMY® Award-winning singer/songwriter Patty Griffin is among the most consequential singer-songwriters of her generation, a quintessentially American artist whose wide-ranging canon incisively explores the intimate moments and universal emotions that bind us together. Over the course of two decades, the two -time GRAMMY® Award winner (and seven-time nominee) has crafted nine classic

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2019

The Accidentals

Named among Yahoo Music’s “Top 10 Bands to Watch in 2017,” The Accidentals’ adventure began in their hometown of Traverse City, MI, when Larson, a sophomore cellist, and Buist, a junior violinist, were paired for a high school orchestra event. The gifted young musicians became fast friends and before long, bandmates. Having both grown up

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2019

Susto

Justin Osborne needed a break. He’d been writing music and making albums since he was 15, and by the age of 26, he felt like he was spinning his wheels. He knew he needed a change, so he ended his old band Sequoyah Prep School and moved to Cuba. He thought he might be done

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2019

William the Conqueror

A character, a mythology, the flicker of a younger self, William the Conqueror is many things, but in simplest terms it is the name of a band put together by songwriter Ruarri Joseph, alongside his close musical conspirators Harry Harding (drums) and Naomi Holmes (bass). The trio have been picking up praise from far flung

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2019

River Whyless

RYAN We’ve been a band for about 10 years. During that time I can honestly say that I have never really doubted our ability to take our dream and turn it into a reality. Sure, there were periods where we were down. Moments of frustration, and in those moments of grappling, the only option was

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2019

Jason Lytle

With special guest Malojian Jason Lytle first wandered into the public consciousness as the principal singer and songwriter for the band Grandaddy.  Formed in Modesto, CA in 1992, and eventually consisting of Lytle along with Aaron Burtch, Tim Dryden, Jim Fairchild and Kevin Garcia, the band initially broke through with 1997′s Under the Western Freeway

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2019

I Draw Slow

Dublin roots band I Draw Slow have been consistently selling out venues and releasing their records to critical acclaim in Ireland and internationally for the last 10 years. It’s been six years since the 5 piece band made their debut US appearance in Nashville, following the release of their second album Redhills. Twenty tours and

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