2010

Caitlin Rose

Rose performs songs that range from genuinely poignant ballads to tongue-in-cheek tales of teenage pregnancy and primate love. Sometimes sparse and naked, other times robust, her music is laid out as an offering before the Gods of Americana, Folk and Country music. The Dead Flowers EP is a candid glimpse of Caitlin’s soul, one that

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Uncle Monk

Uncle Monk is an indie-acoustic duo featuring TOMMY RAMONE on vocals, mandolin, guitar, banjo and dobro, and CLAUDIA TIENAN on vocals, guitar and bass. Uncle Monk’s music is rooted in old-time and bluegrass influences. To this mix they have added unique musical textures to create a sound with a new sensibility “Tommy Ramone plays a

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Joe Pug

For the moment, Joe Pug has it figured out, career if not life: Just write the songs that have to be written, play them for anybody who will listen, tour as if you had no home. “Twenty years from now, lazy journalists will compare every halfway decent songwriter to Joe Pug. Mark my words.”  Paste Magazine

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Dex Romweber Duo

The Dex Romweber Duo also features Dex’s celebrated sibling Sara Romweber on drums. Together the two have been performing electrifying concerts all over the US, including touring with Cat Power, Neko Case and Th’ Legendary Shack Shakers. “Dex Romweber was and is a huge influence on my music.  His songwriting, along with his love of classic

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Pete Molinari

Pete’s critically acclaimed second album ‘A Virtual Landslide’ was ranked number 18 in Mojo magazine’s ’50 Best Albums Of 2008′. His latest release, ‘Today,tomorrow and forever’ features four classic covers recorded in Nashville with backing from The Jordanaires. “The soul of American music distilled into the voice of a Cuban-heeled greaser from the Medway Delta”

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Hot Club Of Cowtown

The band–Elana James on violin and vocals, Whit Smith on guitar and vocals, and Jake Erwin on bass and vocals–still swings harder than ever as it continues to develop it’s unique, ever-evolving sound. These days, tours with Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson and others keep the Hot Club of Cowtown busy dazzling new audiences both nationally

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The Band Of Heathens

The Band of Heathens were recognized at the 2006/2007 Austin Music Awards as the Best New Band, and have since taken the show on the road across the country, working as hard as any band on the scene right now and make their Irish debut as ambassadors of Austin-American soul. “The Band of Heathens played the

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Jason & The Scorchers

With the release of HALCYON TIMES, Jason & The Scorchers have accomplished an extremely rare feat: almost 30 years into their career they have made a rock ‘n’ roll record every bit as dynamic and mind-blowing as their vintage work. Very few rock bands can make this claim. Jason & The Scorchers can, they should,

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Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit

In 2001 Isbell joined The Drive-By Truckers and wrote with the Truckers for their next three albums, Since 2007 he has released two albums, the second with his new band, The 400 Unit. “Isbell’s second studio album redeems his promise in spectacular fashion.” 4 Stars, Uncut Magazine.

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The Duke and The King

In just a short time since the release of their debut album The Duke & The King have garnered a barrage of international acclaim, earning comparisons to some of pop history’s most hallowed acts, from Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young to Smokey Robinson, Fleetwood Mac, Sly & the Family Stone, and Simon & Garfunkel. “I

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Josh Ritter

Over the clatter of piano and strum of an electric guitar that opens his fourth studio album, Josh Ritter leaps into rapid-fire lyrics that reference Joan of Arc, Calamity Jane and Florence Nightingale, all of whom seem to be stuck together in the belly of a whale. As the follow-up to last year’s critically-acclaimed album

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