The new album from North Carolina roots songwriter Andy Ferrell, At Home and In Nashville, is aptly named, for it points to a long lineage of artists traveling between their homes in rural Appalachia and the neon lights of country music’s capitol, Nashville, Tennessee. Born in Boone, NC, Ferrell grew up in heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the birthplace of Appalachian traditional music and the home of the great Doc Watson.
Multi-PLATINUM selling singer/songwriter Dierks Bentley has never had to follow trends; he challenges them and creates his own. On the heels of a career album earning critical acclaim, commercial success and an armful of Grammy, CMA and ACM nominations, Bentley continues one of the most interesting journeys in country music with the newest mile-marker, his eighth studio album BLACK (Capitol Records Nashville) set for release on May 27. It will be available for digital pre-order this Friday (4/01).
The Les Paul Big Sound Experience is coming to Wanee Music Festival April 14-16 in Spirit of Suwanewee Music Park, Live Oak FL.
Guests can experience all of the entertainment and fun on board Les Paul’s Big Sound Experience mobile tour vehicle – a playground of technology, music, sound and invention for all ages. This marks the 100th Anniversary of Les Paul which is being celebrated across the country with special events, the tour and a host of promotions.
Roots of a Rebellion, commonly referred to as ROAR, bolster heavy reggae/rock/dub music for the soul. The band is known for their dynamic live shows centered around their progressive sound and energy. Playing hundreds of shows a year, Roots has developed a die-hard fan base throughout the country. Most recently, the band was voted Best Local Band in the Nashville Scene’s 2015 Best of Nashville Reader’s Poll.
One night from the official wrap of the Winter 2016 Tour, Umphrey’s McGee proved they have not lost their bag of tricks, nor is it even close to being empty.