"All Good Christians" is a wry, satirical take on President Trump's long list of crimes against humanity written from the perspective of a Christian who is bewildered by the support that his fellow Christians have somehow justified.
Like most musicians and artists, Los Angeles singer/songwriter/guitarist DAVID HAERLE has been deeply moved by the current state of affairs in this country and he's channeled those feelings into a new single and music video, "True Liberty," out October 23, in the midst of the monumental presidential election. The song is inspired by the words of American poet Edwin Markham (1852-1940).
"True Liberty" is available now on all digital platforms; listen now here.
After dropping his Easy Star Records debut album Sharp & Ready to critical acclaim, Double Tiger (Jay Spaker) is back with The Journey, which is his most diverse and personal collection to date. The album is due on December 11th and features an all-star lineup of artists including Slightly Stoopid, The Movement, Ranking Joe, Elliot Martin (John Brown’s Body), Suckarie (New Kingston), and Karim Israel (Arise Roots).
Emily Gabriel is a Tallahassee-based singer-songwriter. She has performed at various renowned venues in Tallahassee including the Wilbury, Black Dog Cafe, The Bark, Bird’s, The Yard, Live on Landis, Fire Betty’s, and The Plant. As a Music Therapy student at Florida State University, she has also performed with several vocal ensembles in the College of Music and she is a renowned regular at the legendary Calvin’s Coffee House’s open mic nights.
It’s not often that a single person has both BAFTA and American Songwriter’s Bob Dylan Songwriting Contest awards on their bookshelf at home, but then again it’s not often that an anomaly like Rod Abernethy comes along. Southern folk troubadour, master acoustic guitarist, and award-winning composer for film, TV, and video games, Abernethy is now adding to his vast catalog of works with a brand new full-length album, Normal Isn’t Normal Anymore—available everywhere February 5th, 2021.
The legendary label 415 Records was instrumental in forging San Francisco’s musical identity at the dawning of the new wave era. 415 started with releases by SVT, the Uptones, and Pop-O-Pies, and eventually broke through to the mainstream with latter-day signings like Romeo Void, Translator, and Red Rockers.
Bob Margolin has been a leading force in the blues world for more than 50 years now, as guitarist, bandleader, featured sideman, producer, teacher, writer, recording artist, and keeper of the flame. In the last couple years he reprised his iconic 1976 performance alongside former boss Muddy Waters in Warren Haynes’s hugely successful, star-studded “Last Waltz” tribute tours, and won last year’s “Acoustic Blues Album” Blues Music Award for his first all-acoustic album, “This Guitar and Tonight.”