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Richmond Fontaine Announce New Album

YOU CANT GO BACK IF THERE IS NOTHING TO GO BACK TODécor Records is proud to release the tenth studio album by the kings of literate rock, Richmond Fontaine, their first in five years this March 5th, 2016 on cd, download, LP and deluxe vinyl.  Richmond Fontaine’s songwriter, Willy Vlautin, says of the album “This

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Released: August 7, 2015 Whatever it is that you’ve come to expect from the Delta Saints, be like Frozen and let it go. No, the Nashville band has not abandoned their jones for gritty blues and howling rock for unfortunate ventures into dub step or selfie pop. But anyone can make a blues/rock record and

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Hayes Carll Reportedly Releasing New Album in April

Country singer-songwriter Hayes Carll will reportedly release his first album since 2011’s KMAG YOYO (and Other American Stories) on April 8, 2016. As pointed out, in response to a fan asking when he would be releasing a new album, Carl responded with the date. “My ‘direction’ has always kind of been self-evident to me in the past,”

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Americana Music Fest 2015: 27 Must-See Acts

From big names like Jewel and Lee Ann Womack to buzz acts JD McPherson and Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats, the can’t-miss artists at this year’s gathering BY JOSEPH HUDAK, ANDREW LEAHEY, MARISSA R. MOSS, CHRIS PARTON, SARAH RODMAN September  (Jo Hale/Getty; Al Pereira/Getty) The lineup at this year’s Americana Music Festival and Conference,

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Supersuckers Rock With Hayes Carll on “This Life….With You”

September 14, 2015 by Neil Ferguson in Audio, Media, PREMIERES No Comments Is there a band that has maintained more of a consistent output of ass-kicking rock and roll for as many years as the Supersuckers? Possibly, but chances are the Supersuckers could kick their ass in a fight. For going on thirty years the

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The Weather Station – 'Loyalty' Pitchfork Review

by Grayson Haver Currin   Tamara Lindeman is no longer singing about white lilacs, wild columbine, rhubarb pie and big jars of honey. On two previous albums as the Weather Station, Lindeman used acoustic guitars, banjos and a lexicon of bucolic imagery to write graceful, generous folk songs. The material wasn’t simple so much as

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Ryley Walker: Primrose Green | Album Review

What is a 25-year-old Chicago-based acoustic guitarist doing picking up the scent of the 1970s British folk-jazz movement? Well, Walker likes “that old music a lot, but what I like the most is how far out those guys were” – even his language echoes the time. They include two ace Scottish guitarists now departed, John

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Thompson Family's Musical Sweater

‘Smells Funny, Lot Of Personality’ NPR Music The group Thompson includes folk musicians Richard and Linda Thompson and their son Teddy, along with other members of their extended family. Linda Thompson/Courtesy of the artist In 1982, the beloved British folk duo Richard and Linda Thompson split up — both creatively and romantically. Ever since, fans

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