Today, Seth Walker releases his latest studio album, Gotta Get Back, via Royal Potato Family. In support of the collection, Walker kicks off an extensive U.S. tour this weekend that makes stops throughout the Southeast, including four nights in the state he was born—North Carolina, as well as a set at AmericanaFest in Nashville.
On a slightly slow Friday night in August, National Park Radio and a handful of other musicians put on a fantastic show on a small stage at George’s Majestic Lounge in Fayetteville, AR. The evening’s sounds ranged from beautiful ballads presented by opening act Willi Carlisle to the smooth bluegrass from National Park Radio.
With a new studio album titled Talk About That in the can for release in early 2017 on Forty Below Records (which includes special guest Joe Walsh on two tracks); and a lengthy US tour through late fall, British blues “Godfather” John Mayall announced today that effective with the upcoming tour dates, his band will perform as a trio. Mayall officially released the following statement today.
TO MY FAITHFUL FOLLOWERS
Leading into the Sept. 9th release of his seventh studio album THEY DON'T KNOW (Broken Bow Records), RIAA’s top digital Country male artist of all time Jason Aldean "pours his heart out onstage” with the premiere of the brand new track "This Plane Don't Go There” on Entertainment Tonight.
In his trailblazing and incredibly prolific career, artist, composer and all-around musical pioneer Frank Zappa released more than 60 albums in his lifetime, as a solo artist and with his bands the Mothers of Invention and the Mothers. Coupled with more than 40 posthumous releases since his death in 1993 at 52, figuring out where to start in Zappa's vast, genre-leaping catalog can be daunting.