Simultaneously familiar and fresh, The Steel Wheels bring a singular energy to every note they play and sparkling craft to each song. This potent combination, paired with a robust tour calendar, have made the veteran band hands-down favorites of fans and peers alike. From their base in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, TSW have played the most prestigious festivals, listening rooms, and clubs in the world, cementing a reputation as one of the top independent bands on the scene today.

Matthew Pinder announces the release of his first full-length album, Give Me Some Time. Produced by Chris Jacobie (Penny & Sparrow), the ten tracks of the album seek to find answers and slow the world down while ranging in themes from fighting through heartbreak to striving for hope.

Turkuaz just released a pro-shot live cut from their performance of a rare David Byrne song, "Big Business," into their song "Murder Face" from 2015's record, Digitonium. It just premiered on YouTube:

Mauro Iuliano is excited to announce his nominations for two Independent Music Awards. The categories he has been nominated in are: Best Producer for his EP Hidden Roots and best short form video for his song "Who Knows"

HEART--ANN and NANCY WILSON--will extend their massive "Love Alive" cross-country summer tour into the fall with dates now taking the group through October. New dates include stops in Newark, Little Rock, Memphis, Kansas City, St. Paul and more with Joan Jett & The Blackhearts joining as very special guests and Lucie Silvas opening.

Experimental 7-piece rock ensemble, Thank You Scientist, has just welcomed their third and latest studio effort into the world – Terraformer is out today on Evil Ink Records. Take a listen here or wherever you get your music.

Over the course of many years of working in this profession, we in this field are lucky enough to be given the opportunity to meet countless musicians who have influenced us in so many ways. As fans, we create Paul Bunion like images in our minds of these people based off small snippets of themselves that they send out into the world, and can’t help but feel a bond with the version of themselves that they want to highlight, and sometimes even fabricate.

A warm, dry wind blew through the beautiful Vina Robles Amphitheatre in Paso Robles, California as a crowd gathered early to hear the classic rock band Foreigner, on Sunday, June 9th. The show sold out within minutes after being announced several months ago. The gorgeous new amphitheater, in a spectacular rural mountain setting, joined with Nederlander Concerts several years ago to bring big-name musical acts to the region.

The members of Raquel & The Wildflowers will tell you they’ve been together less than a year, but audience members at their shows say they sound like they’ve been together much longer. Based out of Westchester, NY, this band has an exciting, fresh take on the country/rock scene, with hits like “Run Towards the Highway”, Raquel’s first single, which charted #32 on DRT top country airplay charts (2018) and “King of the Jungle”. “King of the Jungle” aired for the first time Feb.

Bryan Haraway blurs the lines between Americana and melodic rock & roll on his self-titled solo debut. It's a celebratory record, stacked with layers of electric guitar, horns, pedal steel, and the observations of a sharp songwriter whose learned to appreciate the little things in life.