Not-For-Profit “Shakedown Vegas” will be every weekend at the Tuscany Suites & Casino, 255 E. Flamingo Rd in Las Vegas. Starting Thursday May 16th Thru Saturday July 13th at 11am to 7pm and will be held on all show days of the 24 date residency on 8 weekends over 9 weeks, with the last weekend in June being dark. Shakedown Vegas will host Vendors, Live Music, Art & Exhibits. All ages are welcome and the event will be free to attend!

Modern Moxie, the acclaimed indie rock band hailing from Charlotte, North Carolina, is thrilled to announce the release of their newest single, "Churning". This emotionally charged song delves into themes of deep personal reflection and spirituality, originating from channeled poetry written by lead singer and songwriter Madison Lucas. The poetry, which inspired "Churning", came to Lucas during a moment of profound clarity following a morning meditation session.

Acoustic Disc is thrilled to spotlight an extraordinary piece of bluegrass history this week with the featured album "Breakdown" by the iconic ensemble Old & In the Way. Originally released in 1997, this remarkable live recording showcases the virtuosic talents of Vassar Clements on fiddle, Jerry Garcia on vocals and banjo, David Grisman on mandolin and vocals, Peter Rowan on vocals and guitar, and John Kahn on acoustic bass.

Today, Nathaniel Rateliff shares "Winter Lady," a powerful interpretation of a Leonard Cohen song from his 1967 debut record. See the exclusive on Relix here:

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This week, following the release of her long-awaited, widely-lauded and world-building new album, Sierra Ferrell has debuted #1 on Billboard's Emerging Artists, Heatseekers and Tastemakers charts. Out now on Rounder Records, Trail of Flowers also landed in the Top 5 on Billboard's Vinyl Albums chart, Top 10 on Album Sales and Americana/Folk Albums, Top 20 on Independent Albums and Top 25 on Country Albums, as well as Top 40 on the Billboard Artist 100.

Topeka is thrilled to partner with four-time Grammy-Award-winning singer, composer and actor Lyle Lovett for Moon Crush Cowboy Moon, a landmark Music Vacation curated by Lovett himself.

Irish bluegrass band JigJam returned to Nashville's iconic Grand Ole Opry stage nearly one year after making their Opry debut.

The four-piece was greeted with a warm reception as they gave an energetic performance of popular folk song “The Wild Rover,” as well as original songs “Cluck Ole Twig,” and “Time To Go Home,” penned by lead singer Jamie McKeogh. The crowd matched JigJam's infectious energy, singing along and clapping their hands.

Award-winning singer-songwriter-guitarist Sarah King makes her long-awaited full-length solo debut with When It All Goes Down, exploring life’s seismic shifts via her own singular strain of Gothic Americana. Produced, engineered, and arranged by David Baron (The Lumineers, Noah Kahan, Meghan Trainor), the album sees King weaving classic rock ‘n’ roll, Southern soul, true country, and primal folk-blues into something inspiring and cathartic, deeply personal yet wholly universal.

Sonya Cohen Cramer (1965-2015), the singular vocalist, graphic designer, art director, and member of the Seeger family, will finally get her musical due on May 17th when the first-ever collection dedicated fully to her music, ‘You’ve Been a Friend to Me,’ is released on Smithsonian Folkways.

Fresh off the unique theatrical performances of their wildly successful “We Also Have Eras Tour,” Guster is excited to share the new song, “Maybe We’re Alright.” Taken from their eagerly awaited new album, the reflective album closer “Maybe We’re Alright” is streaming everywhere now. The album, Ooh La La, was produced by Josh Kaufman (The National, The Hold Steady) at Woodstock, NY’s Isokon Studio, and is being released Friday, May 17 via Ocho Mule Records.

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