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Ed Roland Recalls First Two Collective Soul Albums, Discusses Writing the Next One

Ed Roland, front man and co-founder of the rock ‘n’ roll band, Collective Soul, simply loves writing songs. When his band’s first record, Hints Allegations and Things Left Unsaid, rocketed to No. 15 on the US Billboard...

Bringin’ it Backwards: Interview with Doug Locke

​​Listen & Subscribe to BiB​​ We had the pleasure of interviewing Doug Locke over Zoom video! ​​ ​​Doug Locke is an actor and musician from Houston, Texas with more than 10 years in the industry. As a musician...

Mary Chapin Carpenter Shares Insights on Craft, Creativity and Conversation

It’s little wonder that Mary Chapin Carpenter is considered an American musical icon. Over the course of a career that goes back to the late ’80s and encompasses some 15 studio albums and 41 singles, she has wracked up enough...

Field Division Deliver A Cosmic Meditation on Loss in “Star Where Are You”

Denton, TX psych-folk outfit Field Division make “music to transcend to,” and their new single, “Star Where Are You,” is no exception. “‘Star Where Are You’ is about losing someone you looked up to,”...

Meet the Milwaukee Sisters Turning Social Anxiety Into Infectious Pop as REYNA

REYNA’s Gab and Vic Banuelos turn social anxiety into infectious pop on their plush new single, “Lonely Girl,” featured below. “Last year I struggled with really bad anxiety/social anxiety and it was one of...

Lewis Del Mar Set to Release ‘August,’ First Album in Four Years

Danny Miller and Max Harwood of Lewis Del Mar have been playing music together since they were nine years old. There have been some bumps in the road during their journey of becoming musicians, but they have...

Jerrod Niemann Talks About Writing Two New Tunes, “Ghost Rider” and “Tequila Kisses”

Country star Jerrod Niemann is at ease as he calls from his Red Room - a space devoted to music inside his Nashville home. “When the world outside these four walls is crazy, you come into this room that's out...

Joel Crouse Discusses Finding His Voice Again, Writing For New EP ‘wasteLAnd’

Success came early for Joel Crouse, who moved to Nashville when he was 17 years old, then hit the charts with his debut single, “If You Want Some” (2013). That lead to his equally successful debut album (2014’s Even the...

North Mississippi All Stars Pair With Cedric Burnside on “Catfish,” Donating Proceeds to BLM

One of the most beautiful things about music is the connections it can cultivate. Connections between artists and their fans, listeners and songs or even between musicians themselves.  Take for instance Luther Dickenson...

LA Americana Artist Ted Russell Kamp Makes It an Even Dozen

With so many live shows currently canceled, Ted Russell Kamp isn’t able to do his day job as the bass player in Shooter Jennings’ band. But the energetic Kamp is taking full advantage of the downtime, writing and producing other...
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We The Kingdom Break Free From Demons On Debut Album, ‘Holy Water’

“I’m sick and tired of faking it,” gospel collective We the Kingdom growl on the opening track...
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