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Ben Glover #1426

Ben Glover #1426

I first discovered Ben Glover’s music when I interviewed Mary Gauthier. They had just returned from touring overseas together and she mentioned some songs they were writing; turns out, one of these is mentioned in this conversation. Even more “the internet makes for a small world” freaky, Glover has also been part of fellow featured […]

By October 22, 2014 Read More →
Steelism #1425

Steelism #1425

The first time I saw Steelism play, I did not realize that they had their own band going; I was at The 5 Spot in East Nashville where they were just returning from a European run with Caitlin Rose. I knew they were sought-after players in mainstream pop country from various television awards shows, but […]

By September 29, 2014 Read More →
Jacob Furr #1424

Jacob Furr #1424

Jacob Furr has been on our radar for a couple years, due to the surprisingly small world of Texas songwriters and Country Fried Rock alumni. Larry Hooper played Couch By Couch West and mentioned Furr, and then through our recent alumni, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, we were also connected via conversations about coffee. […]

By September 13, 2014 Read More →
Corb Lund #1423

Corb Lund #1423

Although Corb Lund is well-known within Canada, only select areas of the States have been turned on to his music, often via his friendship and co-writing with Texan, Hayes Carll. After Lund’s US release of Cabin Fever, though, audiences began to appreciate his real life cowboy songs (seventh generation Rocky Mountain cowboy, I believe!) and […]

Alumni Update

Top 5 Emerging Oklahoma Songwriters

Top 5 Emerging Oklahoma Songwriters

Oklahoma is rich with material for folk music. It’s where hardheaded pioneers met hardscrabble conditions; where tradition and progress converge and conflict; where tornadoes sweep across the plains; and where the dusty open road beckons from all directions. Songs from the state continue to seep into the psyche of the American songwriter, and often-covered pieces […]

By September 27, 2014 Read More →
Tea Leaf Green

Tea Leaf Green

Our 2013 alumni, Tea Leaf Green, have been “leaking” the tracks from their new album one by one. As Trevor Garrod shared in our conversation, the band has not shied away from making massive changes in their sound or lineup, and this roller coaster keeps the ride interesting. LISTEN Reed Mathis’ newly penned July release, […]

March (Dodd Ferrelle)

March (Dodd Ferrelle)

Dodd Ferrelle‘s latest band is called March. They debuted a new video, Ferrelle’s directing debut, at Sprockets Film Festival last night. This early alum of our show is a perennial favorite at live shows across the South East. He generously donated a song for our first compilation to prevent suicide, available on Bandcamp. Click the […]

Patrick Sweany

Patrick Sweany

Country Fried Rock featured Patrick Sweany a couple of albums ago, and the East Nashville-based blues rocker has just gotten better over time. Here’s a quick update from Sweany and another fun new video from him. 1. When I first saw you play live at The Basement during Americana Fest a few years ago, your […]

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CONTEST:  Yusuf / Cat Stevens – TELL ‘EM I’M GONE CD Giveaway

CONTEST: Yusuf / Cat Stevens – TELL ‘EM I’M GONE CD Giveaway

Stream select tracks from Tell ‘Em I’m Gone. Contest entry is below.

By October 26, 2014 Read More →
Bourbon Country Playlist

Bourbon Country Playlist

Kentucky breeds great music, not just bourbon, basketball and bluegrass. From barn dances to enormous festivals, the state has a thriving and diverse music scene that pairs perfectly with bourbon. Click here to listen to the playlist.

By August 31, 2014 Read More →
The Infamous Stringdusters #1420

The Infamous Stringdusters #1420

The Infamous Stringdusters tour so much that they even have their own festival, The Festy, with a fabulous lineup including our alumni, New Country Rehab. Chris Pandolfi and Andy Hall are so in sync that they alternate answering questions and finish each others’ sentences. For their fifth album, Let It Go, the Stringdusters opted to produce […]

688 Ltd Edition Tee #3

688 Ltd Edition Tee #3

We’re in the tee shirt business, y’all! The third in a series of limited edition tees! This super-soft, stretchy, tri-blend tee is unisex (check sizing recommendations). It’s soft enough to fit women’s curves. Sizes Small to 2XL available. No risk to you. If 20 other people like the shirt enough to buy it, everybody wins. […]

Leaked Tracks

Tea Leaf Green

Tea Leaf Green

Our 2013 alumni, Tea Leaf Green, have been “leaking” the tracks from their new album one by one. As Trevor Garrod shared in our conversation, the band has not shied away from making massive changes in their sound or lineup, and this roller coaster keeps the ride interesting. LISTEN Reed Mathis’ newly penned July release, […]

Karen & The Sorrows

Karen & The Sorrows

Karen and the Sorrows play traditional country music straight out of New York City. Their songwriting is personal and often dark, with widespread appeal. Her vocals balance between high lonesome and honky tonk, with top-notch playing. The band regularly plays across New York, but has not ventured out of the region much; I am kicking […]

SW/MM/NG

SW/MM/NG

Being the very literal and under-caffeinated person that I am some mornings, I first saw this band & thought, “Who are SW, MM, and NG?” Duh, “Swimming.” Anyway, here’s a track from SW/MM/NG that they describe as “lake pop.” Sounds good to me. Buy SW/MM/NG’s music: the limited edition vinyl of Feel Not Bad or […]

The Wilhelms

The Wilhelms

Enjoy this song from the Wilhelms — click the downward-pointing arrow to download the song, if you would like. Buy music from The Wilhelms on BandCamp.

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Karen & The Sorrows

Karen & The Sorrows

Karen and the Sorrows play traditional country music straight out of New York City. Their songwriting is personal and often dark, with widespread appeal. Her vocals balance between high lonesome and honky tonk, with top-notch playing. The band regularly plays across New York, but has not ventured out of the region much; I am kicking […]

Sloan

Sloan

No relation. Y’all know I have a deep love for pop rock that makes you dance, especially for my running playlists, and this tune from Sloan fits the bill! They’ve got a new double album set for September release, with each side written by one of the guys in the band. Commonwealth will be available […]

March (Dodd Ferrelle)

March (Dodd Ferrelle)

Dodd Ferrelle‘s latest band is called March. They debuted a new video, Ferrelle’s directing debut, at Sprockets Film Festival last night. This early alum of our show is a perennial favorite at live shows across the South East. He generously donated a song for our first compilation to prevent suicide, available on Bandcamp. Click the […]

Farewell Drifters

Farewell Drifters

Early features on Country Fried Rock, The Farewell Drifters, have shared a new video from their recent Music City Roots performance! We did not podcast yet back in 2010, but here is what we had to say about their release at the time. Buy The Farewell Drifters’ music in the iTunes store or over here […]

Random Goodness

CONTEST:  Yusuf / Cat Stevens – TELL ‘EM I’M GONE CD Giveaway

CONTEST: Yusuf / Cat Stevens – TELL ‘EM I’M GONE CD Giveaway

Stream select tracks from Tell ‘Em I’m Gone. Contest entry is below.

By October 26, 2014 Read More →
Top 5 Emerging Oklahoma Songwriters

Top 5 Emerging Oklahoma Songwriters

Oklahoma is rich with material for folk music. It’s where hardheaded pioneers met hardscrabble conditions; where tradition and progress converge and conflict; where tornadoes sweep across the plains; and where the dusty open road beckons from all directions. Songs from the state continue to seep into the psyche of the American songwriter, and often-covered pieces […]

By September 27, 2014 Read More →
Americana Review Goes To Nashville

Americana Review Goes To Nashville

Our long-time blogger friend at Americana Review kindly offered to share his review of the Americana Music Festival in Nashville.  We’ll add to the post as he enjoys this great week of music.  Check him out regularly.  He’s a great guy.  (reverse chronological order)   Americana Music Festival 2014 – Day 2 Roundup We’re in […]

By September 19, 2014 Read More →
Bourbon Country Playlist

Bourbon Country Playlist

Kentucky breeds great music, not just bourbon, basketball and bluegrass. From barn dances to enormous festivals, the state has a thriving and diverse music scene that pairs perfectly with bourbon. Click here to listen to the playlist.

By August 31, 2014 Read More →