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Today, Memphis rock/alt-country band Lucero releases their new single “Raining for Weeks” from the upcoming album Should’ve Learned by Now, out February 24 via Liberty & Lament/Thirty Tigers. With a soulful piano and a plucky acoustic guitar, the song offers a meditative rumination on mistakes made and love lost.

Independent singer/songwriter JD Clayton will release his debut full length album Long Way From Home on January 27th, 2023. Following the September release of his Side A EP and multiple talked-about appearances at this year’s AmericanaFest in Nashville, the Arkansas native is building a strong foundation that this 10-song offering will continue to solidify. Listen to the moving title track HERE.

The 6th Annual Allman Family Revival is coming to a living room near you! Excited to announce that the Friday, December 9 performance from The Ryman will be streaming live on Mandolin.

"I can't wait to jam with my friends Duane Betts, Donavon Frankenreiter, Maggie Rose, Jimmy Hall, Larry McCray, Alex Orbison and The River Kittens. Plus, Luther & Cody Dickinson (N. MS Allstars), G. Love, John Ginty, Greg Koch and JD Simo! Get livestream tickets now at the link below."   - Devon Allman

Known for their stellar musicianship and effortless close harmonies, identical twins The Brother Brothers, Adam and David Moss, have announced winter tour dates (scroll down for a complete list). Along with select East Coast dates in December, including an NPR Mountain Stage show on December 18, the duo will hit the Midwest in January.

Acclaimed Canadian musician Matt Andersen announces the release of his latest album The Big Bottle of Joy, out March 10th on Sonic Records. On the album, the dynamic singer/songwriter and his mighty band, aptly named The Big Bottle of Joy, offer a dozen inspiring songs infused with soulful blues, rollicking Americana, thoughtful folk, and ecstatic gospel.

Like many touring musicians, Edward David Anderson (EDA) has logged a lot of seat time in vans and RVs beginning in the mid-1990s. His band, Backyard Tire Fire, toured a bit with Gov’t Mule, Reverend Horton Heat and others, crisscrossing Canada and the United States.

Blue Ox Music Festival is proud to announce the initial artist lineup for the 9th Blue Ox Music Festival, taking place on June 22, 23, 24, 2023. The festival welcomes back the annual summer pilgrimage of bluegrass, Americana, roots, and folk artists, and their devoted music festival fans; returning to the tall trees and rolling hills of northern Wisconsin.

The White Buffalo’s acclaimed new album Year of the Dark Horse is available everywhere via Snakefarm, HERE. Recorded at Neon Cross studio in Nashville with producer Jay Joyce (Eric Church, Brothers Osbourne, Fidlar)-the 10-track album was and has debuted to critical praise across the globe.

Denver-based funk-ska-reggae-jam-rock septet, Float Like a Buffalo, is pleased to announce FourZ, the first of three self-produced singles that will be released this winter, paving the way for a major announcement in the New Year. FourZ is a remix of the band’s original song Fours, released on their Vertigo EP in October 2020.

Devon Allman and Maggie Rose got an inside look at the new Folk Americana Roots Hall of Fame (FARHOF) housed inside the Boch Center Wang Theatre in Boston. The pair were in town to perform as part of the Allman Family Revival concert across the street at the Boch Center Shubert Theatre.  Maggie and Devon got to take a look at Boston’s legendary musical past and even rocked out, performing ‘These Days’ in front of the larger-than-life mural of Gregg Allman in the Life in Six Strings guitar exhibit.

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