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Charlie Robison

Charlie Robison

I’ll admit to having a lot to learn about Texas music, especially the “family tree” of bands and musicians and even, their actual families! I did not know that Bruce Robison is Charlie’s brother (should have noticed they both are missing that “n”) nor that their sister is Robyn Ludwick. So, forgive my usual avoidance […]

Dodd Ferrelle: If You Were A Jellybean

Dodd Ferrelle: If You Were A Jellybean

Our alum, Dodd Ferrelle, has a children’s book, If You Were A Jellybean. If You Were a Jelly Bean is a fun, interactive book that parents and children of all ages can complete together. Have fun learning about animals, colors and more while learning a little bit about each other. We hope you enjoy finishing […]

Leland Sundries

Leland Sundries

I’m fairly sure that I met Nick Loss-Eaton of Leland Sundries in an elevator in Nashville a couple years ago–such is the Americana Music Association conference! We ended up carpooling to a video shoot and talking about music. Only later did I learn that he has a band, so we’re happy to share a free […]

Todd Farrell & The Dirty Birds

Todd Farrell & The Dirty Birds

Todd Farrell and the Dirty Birds have a new album out on Halloween!  You can connect with them on Twitter or Facebook, too.  

Will Hastings

Will Hastings

Check out Will Hastings— Will’s on Facebook and Twitter, too. Buy his music, My Human Condition EP on Amazon or on iTunes.

Scott Low:  Premiere From CFR Alum

Scott Low: Premiere From CFR Alum

From his album, The Stories I Shouldn’t Tell, Scott Low presents the music video “Stuck in the Country”. Filmed and edited by Jay Braver (www.JayBraver.com), the video was filmed at the Historic Village at Hurricane Shoals State Park in Maysville, Georgia. The Stories I Shouldn’t Tell includes 14 tracks recorded over the last two years, […]

Elizabeth Mitchell — Folk Songs For Families

Elizabeth Mitchell — Folk Songs For Families

I grew up singing this song at Folk Mass in my hippy Episcopal church. –SS Elizabeth Mitchell & Friends – Peggy Seeger, Natalie Merchant, Dan Zanes, Aoife O’Donovan & more – explore the Ruth Crawford Seeger Christmas songbook on ‘The Sounding Joy’; Oct. 15 via Smithsonian Folkways. This album is also called The Sounding Joy: […]

Belle Adair #1335

Belle Adair #1335

Continuing our series focused on new music coming from Muscle Shoals, Alabama, we talk with Matt Green of Belle Adair (and also of The Pollies). Belle Adair‘s new album, The Brave and The Blue, recently released on Single Lock Records, a small indie label collaboration among John Paul White (Civil Wars), Ben Tanner (Alabama Shakes), […]

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Richie Havens

Richie Havens

Press Release info w/ 2 songs to stream! Buy Richie Havens’ music here on Amazon or on iTunes. RICHIE HAVENS’ ICONIC LEGACY CONTINUES WITH TWO NEW RECORDS, “…HIS LAST SONGS”, AND “MIXED BAG FOR KIDS”, TO BE RELEASED BY CEN/SHARING WORLD ENTERTAINMENT ON 10/29 Richie Havens is gifted with one of the most recognizable voices […]

Steve Parkinson & The Stony Lonesome

Steve Parkinson & The Stony Lonesome

Country Fried Rock has known one of the members of this band for a long time, but only recently heard their album, Kentucky Straight Heartbreak. Enjoy this free song, “Four Wheels,” to stream or download. Buy their music here Kentucky Straight Heartbreak on Amazon or Steve Parkinson & the Stony Lonesome on iTunes. From their […]

T. Hardy Morris

T. Hardy Morris

From the PR materials: Morris describes the song “Audition Tapes” as being “about that window of time when you’re not a kid anymore but you’re far from grown up either. You don’t want to be at home necessarily, but you can’t drive yet so you’re stuck in this little bubble of making the most with […]

Shonna Tucker & Eye Candy #1334

Shonna Tucker & Eye Candy #1334

If you think you know Shonna Tucker from her years playing bass with Drive-By Truckers, then you are in for a surprise with her debut album of her songwriting with her new band, Eye Candy. The songs are sweet, fun, grooving, mellow, occasionally dark and reflective — a nice analogy for her last couple of […]