The Wood Brothers

The Wood Brothers have announced a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for people negatively affected by the disastrous March 3 tornado that claimed five lives and injured more than 200 people along its 60-mile path through Middle Tennessee. Particularly impacted were residents of the band's adopted hometown, Nashville, TN.

The Wood Brothers have released a new video for "Little Bit Sweet" (Watch/Share). Premiered today by American Songwriter, the song—off the band's latest studio album, 'Kingdom In My Mind'—builds upon a simple, fingerpicked guitar figure with a poignant lyric that speaks to the complexities of love in all forms—familial, romantic and spiritual among them.

The Northern Michigan woods once again hosts an end-of-summer weekend of music as the Hoxeyville Music Festival celebrates 19 years. Artists announced include some new acts to the Wellston, MI-based event as well as long time favorites

"I like a good temptress to stir my blood, but I go home to the one I love," sing The Wood Brothers on their latest single, "The One I Love" (listen/share). Available tomorrow (Jan.

The Wood Brothers have released "Little Bit Sweet" (listen/share), the third single from forthcoming studio album, Kingdom In My Mind, due January 24 on Honey Jar/Thirty Tigers. The track was the first song recorded for what would become the band's seventh studio album.

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Boulder, CO

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Boulder, CO

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The Nashville-based Wood Brothers are adroit practitioners of a timeless, exhilarating art. Like the mythical F.S. Walcott Rabbit’s Foot Minstrels, the Wood Brothers travel backroads and alleyways, opening hidden doors to magic places where music cures any disquieting ailment. Their authentic, American blend of blues, country, rock, gospel and R&B serves a satisfying account of the nation’s complex twisting of cultural roots.

The Wood Brothers have released "Cry Over Nothing" (listen/share)—the second single from the Nashville-based trio's forthcoming studio album, 'Kingdom In My Mind'—due January 24 on Honey Jar/Thirty Tigers.

Dobro, mandolin, guitar, musical exaltations and vocal flourishes – and much more – lilted through the autumn-painted trees and into the ears and souls of some colorful attendees at the fairgrounds in the Sierra Nevada foothill town of Placerville, California, at the ninth annual Hangtown Music Festival (formerly the Hangtown Halloween Ball).

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