Artists

On January 17th, singer and songwriter, Kathryn Colina, will release her debut EP titled, Recovery. The EP was produced by Kevin Leach AKA Sonic Pilot (The Lumineers, ABC’s Nashville) and engineered by Nathan Dantzler (Niall Horan, Hey Violet.) Colina’s first single, “Novocaine” premiered on Americana Highways who cheered, “There’s an aura of fresh energy around Kathryn Colina, and this project, Recovery, will deliver it to you on a powerful gust of wind this fall.”  
 

Sugaray Rayford, a rising star in the international Blues community, has been nominated for a Grammy Award for his critically acclaimed album, Somebody Save Me, which was released this past March on Forty Below Records.

When THE MARSHALL TUCKER BAND played their 12/31/78 show at The Warehouse in New Orleans, it was simulcast on over 150 radio stations nationwide, making it the most widely-heard rock concert of its time. Now, RAMBLIN' RECORDS is releasing the concert on gatefold double LP and CD for the first time. The album will first be available at independent record stores only on November 29 as a "RSD First" in conjunction with Record Store Day's Black Friday event. It will then be available online and everywhere else in late January.

Pat Simmons Jr., an island-style musician from Maui, Hawaii, as well as a surfer, organic farmer, father, and cancer survivor, has released a music video for "Rust," a song off his award-nominated EP, This Mountain. Pat's music blends American folk-rock, country, blues, and reggae, and is flavored with a traditional Hawaiian influence.

Conveying honesty and vulnerability, contemporary singer-songwriter Siobhán O'Brien is excited to announce her new album You Can’t Run Out of Love, out late January 2020. Recorded in Austin, Texas, at Cicada Moon Studios, O’Brien worked alongside John Bush (percussionist for Edie Brickell &  New Bohemians) and Matt Hubbard (keyboardist for Edie Brickell &  New Bohemians).

Che Apalache was nominated for a Grammy award this morning in the Best Folk Album category for their 2019 album, Rearrange My Heart.

Bluegrass powerhouse Sideline saw great success with their acclaimed 2018 release Front and Center and its single, “Thunder Dan,” which topped the year-end chart as the #1 Bluegrass song in radio, and followed that accolade by winning the IBMA’s Song of the Year in 2019. 

Snohomish, Washington based Fretland has just busted into the national music scene, but are already turning heads. The release of the official video for “Long Haul” is an intimate look of where Fretland comes from.  

Natalie MacMaster has drawn a line on time, putting bow to fiddle once again for this, her first solo album release in eight years. Sketches was released on November 1st, 2019 through Linus Entertainment.

The Big Takeover, have premiered the new single, “Where Did I Go Wrong?.” Fronted by the charismatic Jamaican-born singer/songwriter Nee Nee Rushie, The Big Takeover blend Jamaican pop traditions with the spirit of Motown and uptown sophistication of 21st-century retro soul. This latest track is the second single from the band’s upcoming fifth studio album, Spilling Water, and showcases their talented brass section and a catchy rhythmic flow to create the perfect backdrop to Rushie’s earnest vocals.

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