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Caroline Marquard Takes Things Home in “Keep My Eyes on You”

When Caroline Marquard first visited Nashville, she knew it was her next move. The Swiss-American singer and songwriter was born in Zurich, Switzerland, attended high school in New York, then dabbled at Berklee College of Music before...

Meet CAAMP: Folk’s Next Big Thing

CAAMP is poised to become a household name. Out of Athens, Ohio, Taylor Meier and his buddy Evan Westfall were two ordinary dudes playing open mic nights and local house shows. Little did they know what was...

Daily Discovery: Chloe Collins, “Didn’t Want You”

In an attempt to articulate the pain of loving someone who is still hung up on their ex, Nashville singer-songwriter Chloe Collins' new song “Didn’t Want You” succeeds by doing what the best country songs do —...

Donovan Woods Discusses Video Premiere for “While All The While”

The video for award-winning singer-songwriter Donovan Woods' latest single “While All The While” is now available on American Songwriter. With the song being released a week previous, the visual reflects the lyrics, follows...

Sheltered Music Signs Rodney Crowell to Co-Publishing and Administration Deal

Sheltered Music, a division of Blackbird Music Publishing Group, has announced the signing of renowned songwriter Rodney Crowell to a co-publishing and administration deal with a joint venture to develop new artist writers. With more than 40 years of American roots...

Nada Surf Premieres “Looking For You,” Announces Massive World Tour

Nada Surf has announced the premiere of “Looking For You,” from their long-awaited new LP, NEVER NOT TOGETHER. The track is available for streaming and download now; an official video is streaming HERE. Nada Surf’s ninth studio recording and...

Inaugural Earl Scruggs Music Festival Announces New Additions to Lineup

The Earl Scruggs Music Festival is proud to announce new additions to the festival lineup for the upcoming 2020 festival: The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Jim Lauderdale, Chatham County Line, and the Earls of Leicester. 

14 Inductees Announced for 2020 Blues Hall of Fame

The 14 honorees of The Blues Foundation’s Blues Hall of Fame’s 41st class encompass nearly a century of music, spanning from 1920s stars Victoria Spivey and Bertha “Chippie” Hill to contemporary luminaries Bettye LaVette, Syl Johnson, and Billy Branch.This year’s inductees in the...

Joseph Explains Genesis of ‘Trio Sessions’ EP, Premieres “Without You”

On the final day of recording sessions for their latest LP, Good Luck, Kid, the trio of sisters that comprise the Americana group, Joseph, stayed a few extra hours to get something new on tape. The result...

Nahko and Medicine for the People “Slow Down” on New Single

These days, everyone could use a bit of down time. That’s part of the message in Nahko and Medicine for the People’s latest single, “Slow Down,” the second track from the collective’s upcoming album in 2020.
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KERA Shares Noir-Inspired Video for “Vitamin T”

It’s hard to look away from Kera Armendariz’s gaze in the video for “Vitamin T.” The singer...
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