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The Bad Ends will release their debut album, The Power and the Glory, on January 20th via New West Records. The nine-song set was produced by Mike Albanese of Maserati and The Bad Ends in the band’s hometown of Athens, GA, a city that remains a breeding ground for all things alternative (and is the famous homebase of B-52’s, R.E.M, Pylon, The Elephant Six Recording Company, and more).

Fruition’s full lineup is returning to the road in 2023. While the three singers hit the road for select dates in late 2022, Drummer Tyler Thompson and his wife Samantha welcomed a new baby in November, and bassist Jeff Leonard and his partner Amelia had a baby daughter earlier in the year. With both ready to return to the road, the band is happy to announce new dates to bring them back to the Southeast in March.

For more than half his life and all of this century, singer/songwriter/mandolinist Ashby Frank’s been too busy to find the time for making a follow-up to his 1999 debut album.

Today, Bobby Weir shares a live version of “Greatest Story Ever Told” featuring Tyler Childers, recorded at the very special Radio City Music Hall performances last year celebrating his beloved debut solo album, Ace. For two nights at the legendary venue, Weir and his band—Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros featuring The Wolfpack and Barry Sless on pedal steel—performed the entire album live and welcomed a number of special guests, including Childers and Brittney Spencer.

The Bay Area’s Wreckless Strangers are thrilled to welcome the new year and bring their unique blend of “California Americana Soul” to a variety of winter gigs across Northern California. The band continues to grow its fanbase through its high-powered live performances and with airplay of their 2022 debut album When the Sun and a Blue Star Collide, which recently made WMOT Radio’s list of “Most Played 100 Albums of 2022.”

As Nancy Jones announced 'Still Playin' Possum: Music & Memories of George Jones,' which will include performances by Brad Paisley, Dierks Bentley, Jamey Johnson, Justin Moore, Lorrie Morgan, Mark Chesnutt, Michael Ray, Sam Moore, Tanya Tucker, Trace Adkins, Tracy Byrd, and Tracy Lawrence taking place at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Alabama, on Tuesday, April 25th, nobody could imagine the excitement that would surround this event.  he event has officially sold out within two weeks of its original a

Dreams of Modern LivingJefferson Berry’s first solo album will arrive on January 27, 2023. The Urban Acoustic Coalition bandleader has produced an album of guitar and vocals that is centered on stories, tales from “these modern times.” The themes of the good love, the bad love and these days of strange that were on display on Double Deadbolt Logic (2020) and Soon! (2021) by Jefferson Berry & the UAC are given clarity on Dreams of Modern Living.

San Diego rock band Mrs. Henry have unleashed Keep On Rising - Act II : Faith, Fate and Hope in The Land of Nothing Matters, the second part of the band’s three part album and rock opera series Keep On Rising. In the storied tradition of grand, epic trilogies like Star Wars or Lord of the Rings, Keep On Rising follows the hero’s journey by doubling down on a frenzied, manic darkness, while amplifying the twists and turns in the band’s expansive narrative scope.

Last night, Aoife O'Donovan —who is nominated for 3 GRAMMYs this year for her album Age Of Apathy —was joined by Allison Russell for a performance of their song "Prodigal Daughter" on Jimmy Kimmel Live!. It's a stunning performance of a track nominated for Best American Roots Performance and Best American Roots Song, watch it here.

Soulful singer, songwriter, musician, and activist Fantastic Negrito (neé Xavier Dphrepaulezz) has announced his brand new album Grandfather Courage, a reimagined acoustic version of his acclaimed 2022 album White Jesus Black Problems. He previously offered fans a preview of the collection’s new version of “Oh Betty”, in celebration of its GRAMMY nomination in the “Best American Roots Performance” category.