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Lainey Wilson Debuts Acapella Version of “Things A Man Oughta Know”

As promised, Louisiana’s own, Lainey Wilson shares her third song and visualizer in a series of waterfall releases over the past three pandemic-stricken months. “Things A Man Oughta Know” was first released as part of her 2019...

Corinne Sharlet Combs Spaghetti-Western Style With “Deceiver” Video

The beauty of songwriting is it strikes when you least expect it. And sometimes, you have to go looking for it. Out of Portland, Oregon, indie folk singer-songwriter Corinne Sharlet sought to creatively reinvent herself and picked...

Treva Blomquist Reminds People “The Light” Can Drive Out Darkness

Pop-folk artist Treva Blomquist is reminding everyone of their power to choose. With the premiere of her first single from her forthcoming record, she hopes you will choose the light in these dark times.  Just in case...

The Explorers Club Want You to Love Harder With “One Drop of Rain”

“I was listening to a lot of Dusty Springfield and a lot of Smokey Robinson and the Miracles,” says The Explorers Club’s Jason Brewer of the Nashville-via-Charleston retro-pop outfit’s new single, “One Drop of Rain,” which premieres...

Lucas Hoge Debuts, Shares Inspiration Behind “Wishin’ I Was Fishin'”

For the last two decades, Nebraskan singer/songwriter Lucas Hoge has been selling out shows and winning awards as one of the most popular names on the Inspirational Country circuit.  But this summer, Hoge will...

Palmas Debuts “Bad Dream” Ahead of Upcoming Debut Record

Palmas' new single, "Bad Dream," slated for release on May 29, premieres today on American Songwriter. The single comes ahead of their upcoming self-produced, debut record via Lost Colony. "Bad Dream" is the trio's first release since...

Alpha Cat Has Newfound Clarity for “Thatched Roof Glass House”

Elizabeth McCullough, also known as the New York City-based rock and roll artist, Alpha Cat, knew the moment she had to give up drinking. She was at a diner and had ordered a greasy cheddar...

Ben de la Cour Discussed “Valley of the Moon”

New school troubadour Ben de la Cour returned in mid-May with the excellent Shadow Land, where he continues to add layers to the sound he calls "Americanoir". Released on May...

Mild Orange Debuts “First Taste” From Forthcoming Album

Ever since the infancy of Flying Nun Records, New Zealand has served as one of the sturdiest vertebrae in the global backbone of modern guitar pop.  And the South Pacific country continues to excel...
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Is Songwriting the Poetry of the Masses in Modern Times?

"No," says Elvis Costello. "Poetry is the poetry of the masses." Songwriters are...

The Deer Premiere “Acid Wash” and “Superstition Mountains”

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