October 2020

Today, The Allman Betts Band has announced the release of their special run Bless Your Heart vinyl. The double-record was pressed on 180 Gram Coke Bottle Clear 2LP, gatefold, and is available for order now.

Lilly Winwood released her new single “Few More Records” today from her forthcoming album Time Well Spent, exclusively premiered by Medium. A bluesy, moody track, Winwood’s wise-beyond-her-years tone fills the wistful, but resilient lyrics. Staying true to her Americana roots, the song is framed with a subtle steel guitar, southern rock guitars and classic rock piano riffs. An underdog anthem, “Few More Records” firmly solidifies Winwood as an up-and-coming Americana artist to watch.

Chris Stapleton’s new song, “Arkansas,” is out today (listen HERE). Written by Stapleton and legendary musician Mike Campbell, “Arkansas” is the third song unveiled from Stapleton’s anticipated new album, Starting Over, out November 13 on Mercury Records Nashville (pre-order/pre-save).

The wait is over, Joe Bonamassa’s much-anticipated new solo studio album Royal Tea is finally here, available today online and in stores from his own label J&R Adventures! Last month, Bonamassa delivered a groundbreaking live performance from the legendary Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, where he played Royal Tea in its entirety to over tens of thousands of people across the globe. Now fans worldwide can enjoy the album whenever they want!

Today, guitarist extraordinaire Cory Wong has released his eighth album of 2020, The Striped Album. The self-produced album finds Wong in typical giddy form, masterfully combining elements of funk, blues and disco, and features a variety of special guests to share in the merriment, including Kimbra, Joe Satriani and Tom Misch.

Charlie Overbey’s new song, “Ode to John Prine,” is out today with all proceeds benefitting NIVA’s Save Our Stages (watch the official music video here and stream/purchase the song here).