Supersonic Blues Machine has revealed the official lyric video for “All Our Love,” featuring Blackberry Smoke’s Charlie Starr. It's the latest single from the band's new studio album 'Voodoo Nation,' out June 24th via Provogue/Mascot Label Group. Once again, the again features a reunion of some of the most exciting icons and names in blues: Eric Gales, Joe Louis Walker, Ana Popovic, Kirk Fletcher, Charlie Starr, King Solomon Hicks, Josh Smith & Sonny Landreth. The new single follows the release of “8 Ball Lucy” ft.

Marcus King today announces the release of ‘Rescue Me’, the latest preview track from his forthcoming solo album, Young Blood. The track, premiered today with American Songwriter, blends swampy percussion, fuzzed out guitar and King’s smouldering vocal delivery, sharing his plea for salvation from the path of excess he was walking at the time of making the record.

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To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Beastie Boys’ multi-platinum album Check Your Head, on July 15, UMe will release a limited-edition reissue of the rare 4LP deluxe version of the album, originally released in 2009 as an artist store exclusive. The long out-of-print and much sought-after box set features the 2009 remaster of the original double album, plus two extra LPs of bonus content including remixes, live versions, and B-sides.

National flatpicking champion, Tyler Grant, is pleased to release his first solo album since 2016 and first Telecaster-driven electric solo album. Tryin’ To Have A Good Time is out now on Americana Vibes.

Tyler takes his listener on a six-string joyride through his musical history on this collection of new music. Tyler recalls, “my dad once told me that no matter what the situation, the best thing to do is to try to have a good time.”

The Bad Plus is back with their 15th studio recording and eponymous debut album in their current iteration as a dynamic new quartet. THE BAD PLUS arrives via Edition Records on Friday, September 30. Pre-orders are available now.

“Evolution is necessary for life and creativity,” say the groundbreaking band’s founding drummer and bassist Dave King and Reid Anderson. “We’ve evolved, but we’re still The Bad Plus.”

Traditional Irish music and traditional American music share a lot of similarities in instrumentation, lyrical content, and community participation. Still, there are a surprisingly few number of acts who straddle that musical gap across the Atlantic—and even fewer who’ve made a decade-long, award-winning career out of it like Galway-based quartet We Banjo 3.

Bluegrass music is nothing short of catharsis for The Slocan Ramblers. On their new album Up the Hill and Through the Fog (coming June 10, 2022), the all-star Canadian roots ensemble channels the past two years of loss into a surprisingly joyous collection of twelve songs intended to uplift and help make sense of the world.

During a recent performance at Isis Music Hall in Asheville, North Carolina, Mountain Home Music Company congratulated Chris Jones & The Night Drivers on having six songs from their album Make Each Second Last go to No. 1 on bluegrass radio charts.

Today, Bay Area-based Monophonics released their video for “Sage Motel,” the title track from their new full-length out now via Colemine Records. The world's premier psychedelic soul band, Monophonics cordially invites you to attend the grand re-opening of the once thriving, once vibrant establishment, the legendary Sage Motel. A place where folks experience the highs and lows of human existence. A place where big dreams and broken hearts live, where people arrive without ever knowing how they got there.

Omar, the opera composed by Rhiannon Giddens and Michael Abels, makes its long-awaited world premiere next Friday, May 27 in Charleston, SC at the Spoleto Festival USA. In the lead-up to this first performance, Giddens has released her own recording of the song “Julie’s Aria” that is featured in the opera. Today The New York Times shared “Julie’s Aria” as part of a profile of Giddens, who also wrote the opera’s libretto.

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