Revered folk blues guitarist/songwriter Chris Smither releases his powerful new album, All About The Bones, today on Signature Sounds Records. Melding his spare, assured playing with his gruff vocals and wry, witty lyrics, Smither explores mortality with a collection that cuts to the core of the matter, the bones. Smither's rumbling baritone, percussive foot stomps and Delta-blues influenced picking infuse the songs with the rhythms and imagery of his native New Orleans.


Today, Bozeman, MT-based Madeline Hawthorne is excited to share her new song “Where Did I Go Wrong” which exclusively premiered via MAGNET earlier this week.

Pioneering electronica quartet Lotus is set to unleash their forthcoming eleventh studio album, "How to Dream in Color", available July 11. Ahead of the album, Lotus offers listeners a taste of their unbridled musical evolution and innovative spirit with the intrepid new single “How Do I Come Down.”


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Following a triumphant and empowering 2023 debut, Andrea Magee’s She Rises Music Festival is returning for its second year in the vibrant backdrop of  Taos, New Mexico, this Labor Day weekend (Aug. 30 - Sept. 1) at Kit Carson Park, located at 211 Paseo Del Pueblo Norte, Taos, NM 87571.

Psychedelic rock ensemble Heaven Man is thrilled to announce the release of their highly anticipated sophomore LP, "As One," on May 10th. To mark this special occasion, the band will host an album release show the same evening at Johnny Brenda's in the vibrant Fishtown neighborhood of Philadelphia. Joining them for this celebratory event will be special guests Brother JT and Mt Mostly.

Southern rock band Them Dirty Roses, made up of brothers James and Frank Ford and childhood best friends Ben Crain and Andrew Davis are announcing the release of their new single “Birmingham Steel”, coming out on May 15th, 2024.

“Birmingham Steel” was co-written by all four band members and collaborators Phillip White and James LeBlanc, and was recorded at the iconic FAME studios. Inspired by the band’s home state of Alabama, the song highlights Alabama’s steel industry as a metaphor for a solid, sturdy relationship.

"One of the world's great urban jazz festivals" (DownBeat Magazine), San Jose Jazz Summer Fest, presents its most acclaimed artists to date with piano/keyboard legend Herbie Hancock set to perform on the Jay Paul Company Main Stage and newly confirmed West African superstar Angélique Kidjo joining the Saturday, August 10 megastar lineup in Plaza de César Chávez in downtown San Jose, Calif.

Today, U.S. Senators John Hickenlooper and Marsha Blackburn introduced the bipartisan American Music Tourism Act to support and increase music tourism by requiring the Commerce Department to implement a plan to increase and attract domestic and international visitors to venues nationwide.

Elevate your Dead and Company Sphere Residency Experience beside your favorite artists and most beloved shakedown bands with Shakedown Vegas, at the Tuscany Suites and Casino this Spring and Summer.

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