T Bone Burnett

Today, Grammy-and Oscar-winner T Bone Burnett, Jay Bellerose and Keefus Ciancia unveil a new song from their forthcoming album. Listen/share “Mother Cross (We Think We Think)” HERE and watch/share the official lyric video HERE.

Today, Grammy-and Oscar-winner T Bone Burnett, Jay Bellerose and Keefus Ciancia debut their new song “I’m Starting A New Life Today.” Listen to/share the song HERE and watch/share the video HERE.

Multiple Grammy-winning producer T Bone Burnett today unveils the completion of special studio recording sessions with Bob Dylan, during which the universally acclaimed artist revisited a personally chosen set of his iconic songs for the first time in decades. These recordings have resulted in the creation of Ionic Originals: Newly developed discs that advance the art of recorded sound and mark the first breakthrough in analogue sound reproduction in more than 70 years.

T Bone Burnett joins Southern Craft Radio with Joy Williams to chat about ‘Raise The Roof,’ Robert Plant & Alison Krauss’s upcoming record which he produced, his advice for young producers and more.

T Bone Burnett on Robert Plant and Alison Krauss

Echoing the '60s psychedelic happenings around Stanford University, Bert Keely has woven two remarkable careers - as a pioneering Silicon Valley computer engineer and a wonderfully versatile guitarist. During the dotcom boom, the band he co-created - the Flying Other Brothers - made some phenomenal music, worth a new listen and now collected in the new limited-edition box set Circle Back! A 20-year retrospective featuring the Flying Other Brothers, Circle Back!

Today, Grammy-nominated band The Record Company released a reimagined version of their song “You and Me Now” available only on Amazon Music. Originally released on the band's acclaimed sophomore album, All Of This Life, the new Amazon Original version features production from the legendary T Bone Burnett and reveals a gentler, more subtle side of the band. The track is available to stream and purchase now. 

"Tennessee, Tennessee, there ain't no place I'd rather be, Baby, won't you carry me back to Tennessee."  As I packed up the car and prepared for my road trip, I couldn't shake the lyrics of 'Tennessee Jed' off my mind.  Chicago, IL to Manchester, TN – 534 miles.  This was going to be my triumphant return to the festival I had grown to love in its first three years, but hadn't been able to get back to since 2004.  Bonnaroo, for some, is the pinnacle of music festivals across the nation

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