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Triple Hex Announces New EP

Guitarist / crooner Dave Hex founded Triple Hex in the early oughts in Brooklyn, releasing the rockabilly tinged Phantom Highway 13 EP in 2006 on Thigh High Records.  The band followed up with extensive touring throughout Europe in 2007 before releasing a Stooges-esque three track 7” entitled Scratch My Back.

Juliet and the Lonesome Romeos & Will Release Their Debut CD

Tree O Records announces the signing of Boston-based group Juliet and the Lonesome Romeos, and will nationally release their debut album, No Regrets, on January 15, 2013. No Regrets was produced by Michael Dinallo and Ducky Carlisle, known collectively as “The Tremolo Twins,” whose credits include a Grammy Award, a number one single and various gold and platinum awards.

Shannon Whitworth & Barrett Smith Release "Bring It On Home"

In this eclectic album, Shannon and Barrett take turns singing lead, backing each other on harmony vocals, and playing various instrumentations with Shannon on ukulele, banjo and Barrett on electric and acoustic guitars, upright bass, and piano.

'Rhythms Del Mundo: Africa' At World Bank's Connect4Climate Event

Artist Project Earth (APE) has recently joined forces with the World Bank’s Connect4Climate (C4C) initiative and is collaborating on C4C’s “campaign, coalition, and community that cares about climate

Emily Hurd's Year 'Round Xmas album, ANY GIVEN DAY

Emily Hurd releases a full-length live studio album of original Christmas music on December 7th, 2012. The cost of the album is $10 and is available through the artist’s website and cdbaby.com.

Joey+Rory Revive 1860's Love Story With New Video "Josephine"

Country duo Joey+Rory have released a video for “Josephine” -  a poignant Civil War story song featured on their latest Sugar Hill Release His & Hers.  Robert K.

Marshall Crenshaw Announces 10" Vinyl EP & Distribution Model

“I wanted to think of a different way of working that would inspire me and keep me motivated,” Marshall Crenshaw says of his newest endeavor: a subscription-only service that addresses the recent seismic changes in the music-industry landscape by cutting out the record-company middle man to distribute his new recordings directly to fans.

Generationals & Races | Cafe du Nord | San Francisco | Review

Small venues are a mixed bag. Maybe it’s due to the prevalence of festivals popping up over the land or just the trend of me attending more concerts in larger venues, but smaller venues don’t sound quite as good as they did before. Don’t get me wrong, Cafe du Nord is a wonderful place. As mentioned before, it’s a really charming former speakeasy, but its’ intimacy is a gift and a curse. Tuesday’s Generationals show was a perfect example for why this is so.

Steve Kimock at Stage 48 in NY 2/23 for Sandy Victims

Steve Kimock, one of Americas most original and innovative guitarists will be performing with his band at Stage 48, New York’s newest concert venue.

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