Madison Cunningham

Acclaimed artist Madison Cunningham is nominated for “Best Folk Album” for her latest album Revealer and “Best American Roots Performance” for “Life According to Raechel” at the 65th annual Grammy Awards.

Revealer is out now on Verve Forecast and has received praise from the likes of The New York Times, NPR Music and more. Listen HERE.

Today, Madison Cunningham unveils a collaboration with the Miami's 21st-century, genre-bending orchestra Nu Deco Ensemble for a stunning performance of her song “Life According To Raechel;” watch/share HERE.

The highly anticipated new album from Madison Cunningham—Revealer—is out now. Listen HERE, and check out the webstore for an exclusive signed splatter vinyl HERE.

Madison Cunningham recently joined the new music lead Louis Cato and the Late Show Band for an off-air performance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

Massachusetts-based singer/songwriter Jake Manzi has released “How Long This Time,” the third single from his debut album Whatever My Heart Allows (out May 7). Under The Radar say “The tender melodies of ‘How Long This Time’ quickly make for some of Manzi’s most passionate, heart-on-the-sleeve songwriting yet… Manzi has that coveted songwriting talent of translating personal heartbreak into universal writing that will hit anyone at their core.”

Listen to “How Long This Time” here:

22-year-old rising guitarist and songwriter Madison Cunningham is debuting her new song “Something To Believe In;” listen/share HERE. Cunningham says the song is about, “the hesitation someone feels before they know they can entrust their love, past, future, joy, and sorrows to another.” She goes on to explain, “I think the most reassuring version of love isn’t in finding a faultless hero, but in finding a friend who admits they are bound to fail you, but will always keep faithfully and steadily trying.”

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