Grammy & IBMA Award-Winning Fiddler Jason Carter Gathers All-Star Lineup And Good-Time Tunes For New Album Lowdown Hoedown
Heavily-awarded and universally-loved fiddle player Jason Carter has spent years collaborating with a laundry list of all-time great musicians across a multitude of genres—not to mention his three decades as a member of the Del McCoury Band and being a founding member of the Travelin’ McCourys—but, never before have all of his friends, from all those years, joined Carter on his own solo album. That is, until now.
Legendary soul singer Lee Fields has shared his timeless new single, “Forever,” available now via Daptone Records at all DSPs and streaming services. A stripped-down live performance video – featuring backing from guitarist Thomas Brenneck (Charles Bradley, Menahan Street Band) and vocalist Josh Lane (Thee Sacred Souls) – premieres today on YouTube.
FROM MONK TO MINGUS, SNOOP TO STRUMMER, BILLIE TO BOWIE, AND BEYOND, THIS HOLIDAY SEASON WILL BE ONE TO REMEMBER
Music lovers, be on the lookout this Black Friday as Record Store Day, in its classic style, rolls out some truly incredible titles to celebrate RSD Black Friday, the beginning of the holidays, and the glory of shopping at independents with “weird kooky little shops” around the country on November 25.
Alanis Morissette, My Morning Jacket & Giovannie and the Hired Guns line up cassette-only releases for RSD Black Friday
In conjunction with RSD Black Friday, RTM—the worldwide leader in reel-to-reel tape manufacturing—and ThinkIndie Distribution are reissuing a series of critically acclaimed albums on cassette for the first time ever. Alanis Morissette’ Such Pretty Forks in the Road and Giovannie and the Hired Guns’ Bad Habits will make their debut on cassette, along with My Morning Jacket’s much beloved Holiday offering, My Morning Jacket Does Xmas Fiasco Style.
Ever since the first Dark Star Orchestra performance on November 11, 1997, the band’s historical show recreations have always been about continuing the spirit and musical offerings of The Grateful Dead. With more than 3100 performances since that autumn evening in Chicago at Martyr’s, DSO will bring the celebration back to the town where it all began, as the calendar tilts towards a quarter century of music, memories and community.
Australia’s beloved psychedelic surf rock outfit Ocean Alley have announced their upcoming fourth album Low Altitude Living, to be released independently on October 14. The band is also about to embark on their West Coast U.S. tour — earlier this year, Ocean Alley sold out nearly every venue along their eight-show tour of the Midwest and East Coast, including Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, Chicago’s Lincoln Hall, Terminal West in Atlanta, and The Sinclair in Boston.