Ellanora DellErba has a new Americana folk/singer songwriter album titled: Lost to a Coastline. Ellanora is on a non-profit label: Global Change Media in AZ that supports a better world. They support musicians, the arts, the wellness of others and they even have an amazing hospice program. I have never seen and or heard anything quite like it before and its impressive.


Sticking With It, the anticipated new album from Seattle-based seven-piece band The Dip, will be released March 4 via Dualtone Records—the band’s first record in partnership with the label (pre-order here). Ahead of the release, “When You Lose Someone,” is debuting today. Watch a special animated video for the song HERE.

Epiphone the accessible brand for every stage, presents the new Joan Jett Olympic Special electric guitar, now available worldwide. A legendary musician and member of the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame, Joan Jett’s artistic vision and pioneering spirit has inspired countless musicians of all ages worldwide.

Danielia Cotton, multi-hyphenate singer/songwriter who The New York Times says is “soulful enough to fill a revival tent” today releases “A Different War." With a backing gospel choir reminiscent of Pastor T.L Barrett’s soaring ballad “Like a Ship,” and with a vocal delivery with clear parallels to artists like Tina Turner, Danielia Cotton reaches for the stars and higher than ever before. "A Different War" arrives ahead of her forthcoming album, “Good Day,” out March 18.

KISS premiered the first unreleased live version of “Lick It Up” from KISS – Off The Soundboard: Live In Virginia Beach, being released on March 11. The original album version of “Lick It Up” was released in 1983 and is the title track from the band’s platinum selling release Lick It Up. The song quickly became a fan favorite with the promotional video featuring the band without makeup for the first time.

Americana singer-songwriter Jack Barksdale has released his new single, "Trances," and is set to release his first full-length studio album, Death of a Hummingbird, on March 4, 2022.

Austin-based songwriter Tody Castillo announces a new record entitled Old Rodriguez will be released on April 8 via Strolling Bones Records. Castillo produced the album himself and recorded the songs with Grammy Award-winning engineer Steve Christensen (Steve Earle, Robert Ellis, Khruangbin, Paul McCartney). He’s released a video for the first single, “March for Miles,” a narrative, guitar-lead track inspired by his grandfather’s time as a glider volunteer in the South Pacific during WWII.

Conveying a moment in time, a vision in nature, or a fleeting feeling in a way that others can understand and relate to their own lives is the ultimate recipe for writing timeless, well-loved songs. When Toronto indie-folk artist Abigail Lapell sat down at the piano to write her newly-released tune “Pines,” she checked off each and every one of those boxes.

David Poe returns with his stirring new single “People Clap Hands” (ECR Music Group). The first track from his highly-anticipated new album Everyone’s Got A Camera (September 23rd, 2022), “People Clap Hands” is vintage Poe, with all the melodic immediacy and lyrical depth one would expect from the celebrated songwriter, producer, and recording artist.

Is it okay to be proud of where one comes from even if that past is far from perfect? Can a country learn from the scars of its past and build something greater than any flawed, hand-me-down patriotism could ever encapsulate?

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