Jaime Wyatt

Musician, and songwriter Charlie Overbey, of whom rock icon Lemmy (Motörhead), coined as the “Punk Rock Spy In The House Of Honky Tonk" has released his single “Champagne, Cocaine, Cadillacs & Cash.” The guitar and keys southern rock-tinged romp features Marcus King on Electric Guitars,  B3 Organ, and vocals,  with additional vocals from Jaime Wyatt. The song is the first single from Overbey’s forthcoming album In Good Company, due out on July 26.

Today, Jaime Wyatt releases a genre-defying work of healing and self-love, produced by Black Pumas’ Adrian Quesada, her new album Feel Good via New West.


Jaime Wyatt returns with the release of the bright new track “Back To The Country.” The song is a retrospective look on her wild life and the impact of a journey around Nashville with a fan-turned-friend. 


Nashville’s Jaime Wyatt has released her cover of The Grateful Dead’s iconic song “Althea” today as a way to connect with her late father and reflect on the innumerable times she attended Grateful Dead’s shows as a child. Wyatt’s “Althea” is soulful, sultry, and evokes Al Green, all while honoring the song’s original groove and sound. Produced and featuring guitar licks by Adrian Quesada of The Black Pumas, Wyatt embraces “Althea” in a more soulful light.

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats return to Ball Arena for their 19th Annual Holiday Show! This year’s event  will support Harm Reduction Action Center and EarthLinks, two Denver organizations Nathaniel Rateliff & his Marigold Project are passionate about. The 2022 Holiday Show raised $100,000 for various grantees.

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats:

A diverse group of musicians brought their skills to the Alcazar Theater in Carpinteria, CA, Saturday night November 4th. The intimate acoustic evening was organized by Ones To Watch Productions, the musical promoters who have brought a wealth of Americana music to local venues in Southern California. The historic 200 seat non-profit Alcazar Theater, which was recently remodeled boasts accidentally perfect acoustics, due to its architecture.

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