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Brian Ashley Jones

Brian Ashley Jones

New video from Brian Ashley Jones of Nashville, originally from Spartanburg, South Carolina! Buy Brian Ashley Jones’ music here .

The Delta Saints #1316

The Delta Saints #1316

The Delta Saints hail from Nashville, not the Delta, but their “New Orleans Rock and Roll” heats up dance floors, even in the notoriously non-dancing Music City. After two self-funded EPs, the band turned to crowdfunding to finance a full-scale, cohesive album with the luxury of several days in the studio to complete Death Letter […]

The Burning Angels:  Leaked Tracks

The Burning Angels: Leaked Tracks

One of the very first songwriters ever featured on Country Fried Rock was Mark Cunningham, of The Burning Angels (and also on guitar with The Welfare Liners). He has since become a friend and the connecting thread to tons of other bands we have featured or played on this program.

Hymn For Her #1315

Hymn For Her #1315

Hymn For Her left their vintage 1961 Bambi Airstream in dry dock and headed to Detroit. This transition also appears in the rock sound on their new album, Lucy and Wayne’s Smokin’ Flames, which resembles their live performance more than their previous album may have indicated. This family duo travels with their young daughter, who […]

Trampled By Turtles:  Midnight On The Interstate

Trampled By Turtles: Midnight On The Interstate

Brand new video from their album Stars & Satellites debuted with Conan. Created by students at the Bethany Lutheran College Media Arts department in Mankato, MN. Purchase Trampled By Turtles Stars And Satellites.

Adam Klein & The Wild Fires #1314

Adam Klein & The Wild Fires #1314

Adam Klein & The Wild Fires latest album, Sky Blue DeVille, travels further down the rock road for the songwriter, as each record meanders more in that direction. Klein’s music ranges well beyond his native Athens, Georgia, though–in fact, his last record was written and recorded in Mali.  The former Peace Corps volunteer has returned […]

Screenprinting

Screenprinting

Silk screening, screen printing, etc. I decided that I could do this. Documentation of Round 1 Summary: I learned a lot. I have a lot to learn. 1.  Buy a kit.  Get 4 thumbtacks and a fan, newspaper, blue painters tape, clear tape, a soft bristle nylon brush, 3 copies of your design on clear […]

The Police “Message In A Bottle” Debut

The Police “Message In A Bottle” Debut

According to the info, The Police played this on TV before it was recorded for Reggatta De Blanc. Grab it here .

The Howlin’ Brothers #1313

The Howlin’ Brothers #1313

I met The Howlin’ Brothers in the parking lot at the Family Wash in East Nashville during Americana Music Festival in 2012. I had seen them a couple of times at the Station Inn, and mistakenly thought they were from North Carolina. As we chatted in the parking lot, Ian Craft told me that they […]

Sarah Gayle Meech #1312

Sarah Gayle Meech #1312

Sarah Gayle Meech looks like a nouveaux rockabilly woman, but her music is straight up traditional country. Her debut album, One Good Thing, shares Meech’s original tunes with an amazing backing band and stellar studio musicians. Just try not to dance while you listen. Don’t let the A-list players distract you, though, because Meech’s live […]

Bex Marshall #1311

Bex Marshall #1311

Bex Marshall’s latest album, House of Mercy, reflects both the songs on this record, and the actual name of her home-recording studio-record label-life. She is a noted slide guitar player, who also loves the resonator (dobro) and banjo, and manages to bring in those sounds to a cohesive, roots rock record.  I am always interested when […]

Samantha Harlow #1310

Samantha Harlow #1310

Samantha Harlow‘s debut full-length record, Love Letters, brought together her songs with a stellar Nashville team, including co-producer, Kenny Vaughn. While studio and stage notables like Jen Gunderman, John McTigue, Mike Shannon, Wes Burkhart, Simon Roper and background vocals from Derek Hoke fill the sounds, Harlow’s songs maintain their simple, sad essence. Love Letters is […]