Patrick Davis, the South Carolina-born and Nashville-based songwriter is thrilled to share his newest single “Wrong Side of the Tracks ft. Branford Marsalis” which exclusively premiered earlier this week via The Bluegrass Situation.

Displaying their vast musical versatility, the multi-platinum GRAMMY Award-winning Zac Brown Band brings a unique jazz-country fusion to the iconic “The Way You Look Tonight” made popular by Frank Sinatra; listen on all streaming platforms today HERE. Recorded live at California’s Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, the honey-infused classic jazz ballad with hints of southern flair further cements Zac Brown Band as a genre-defying act.

Kristin Scott Benson, banjo player for the GRAMMY-nominated Grascals and duo Benson, won the Banjo Player Of The Year award at last night's International Bluegrass Music Association awards in Raleigh, North Carolina marking the 6th time she's won.

A new version of Joy Oladokun’s “thrilling” (Rolling Stone) duet with Chris Stapleton, “Sweet Symphony (Living Proof Version),” is out today in celebration of the song’s one-year anniversary. Listen/share HERE.

As the 40th anniversary of Jethro Tull's iconic album "The Broadsword and The Beast" dawns upon us, fans and music aficionados alike are in for a monumental treat. To celebrate this landmark, we're ecstatic to unveil the 5CD+3DVD Monster Edition and the 4LP sets, each promising a deeper exploration into the album's timeless craftsmanship.

Following the release of their critically acclaimed album “Death Wish Blues,” Samantha Fish and Jesse Dayton are pleased to announce the release of their new single “Lover On The Side.” The single is accompanied by an official music video which can be viewed HERE.

The Wreckless Strangers describe their sound as a blend of blues, R&B, Americana, and good old-fashioned rock ‘n’ roll. On Orange Sky Dream, the sextet's latest EP, that blend is heavily laced with late-70's / early-80's FM radio rock. The EP's six songs on this release evoke an era of cassette tapes and Cameros, and a generation of older Americans still shy of Social Security eligibility are going to feel like they're listening to songs they might have sung along to in high school.  

Bono and The Edge of U2 join Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1 for a conversation about their new single “Atomic City” in Las Vegas as they prepare to christen Sphere this weekend. They discuss the origin and subject matter of the song and its relation to Vegas, recording the track at Sound City with Larry Mullen Jr., the heartbreak of playing their upcoming shows without him, and how the band’s fans inspired their upcoming Sphere shows.

Bono on U2’s New Single “Atomic City”…

Multiple GRAMMY® Award-winning musician and composer, Dhani Harrison, has announced the release of INNERSTANDING, his first solo album in six years. The new album will be available digitally on October 20, with a 2LP Neon Yellow color vinyl edition being available on February 9th, 2024, via H.O.T. Records/BMG. Watch the official trailer for the album HERE.

The last time that any member of the original Humble Pie set foot on Ludlow Avenue in Cincinnati was in November 1969, when that then-fledgling British hard-blues-rock band was touring the U.S. for the first time. And when the band played that year at the famed but short-lived Cincinnati ‘underground’ music venue, The Ludlow Garage, they did a two-night stand as one of two opening bands for The Kinks.