Composer Jeff Cardoni is honored to present his first solo EP album NUOVO FUTURO available now for digital purchase and streaming.

Iconic Vermont multi-instrumentalist and banjo virtuoso Gordon Stone will be celebrated on Thursday, July 30 with the release of a new record, The Music of Gordon Stone: A Retrospective Anthology, and The “Touch & Go” Gordon Stone Memorial Service.

Soulful songstress Shannon LaBrie is set to release a new LP, titled Building, on September 25. Listeners got a first taste of the album with her current single “Firewalker,” a heroic anthem that continues to gain traction.

Trevor Hall - A Night in The Village Livestream from the Fox Theatre in Boulder, CO at 6pm PST / 7pm MST / 9pm EST. A special livestream evening of story and song - after show Q & A

New Orleans indie-rockers Lawn recently announced their sophomore LP, Johnny, due out September 4, 2020, via a collaboration between Community Records (Hikes, Slingshot Dakota) & Muscle Beach Records (Kate Teague, Molly Drag) and available for pre-order on vinyl HERE. The trio is led by bandmates Mac Folger and Rui DeMagalhaes, who released their raw and scrappy debut, Blood on the Tracks, on Minneapolis label Forged Artifacts back in 2018. Recorded over three months with friend and local mainstay Matthew Seferian (Pope, Matt Surfin' & Friends), Johnny is a massive step forward for the band: intense but effortless, jumping to and from ragged post-punk and gleeful ‘90s indie-rock hooks. Today, Lawn is sharing the heavy art-punk-infused album standout “Jane Ryan,” which explores wealth inequality and corruption through the story of former Filipino First Lady Imelda Marcos.

“Don’t Walk Away” heralds the arrival of Cincinnati quartet The Heavy Hours. The extraordinary song was co-written with Black Keys frontman Dan Auerbach and produced by Simone Felice (The Lumineers, Jade Bird, Matt Maeson) and produced and mixed by David Baron in the Catskill Mountains. The song, released through S-Curve/BMG, is available for streaming and download here.

Nashville Southern rockers Great Peacock have officially announced an October 9 release date for the band's third LP, Forever Worse Better, and have shared the first single "All I Ever Do" at American Songwriter, who called their new album, "pretty weighty material." The track was also featured as a "Song of the Week" at Rolling Stone Country, who said they, "split the difference between Tom Petty’s jangle and the otherworldly swirl of Eighties college-rock."

As the days have gone by, the staff at Borderland Music + Arts Festival have tirelessly navigated these ever-changing times, always holding onto hope for a festival in September of this year. As of today, every possible stone has now been turned and they are not able to deliver the full Borderland Festival experience under the current circumstances.

Tyler Childers’ new Spotify Singles session is debuting today. Listen/share HERE. Co-produced by David Ferguson and William Garrett and recorded at The Butcher Shoppe in Nashville, the release includes a new rendition of Childers’ “House Fire” featuring The Travelin’ McCourys as well as a version of “Highway 40 Blues” with special guests Ricky Skaggs and Larry Cordle.

Kitchen Dwellers have recently announced "Live From The Cabin,” a two-night live streaming concert taking place July 31 and Aug 1 airing live each night at 9 PM EST. The special shows will be broadcast to the world from the Bridger Mountains in Montana right outside of the Kitchen Dwellers' home base of Bozeman. The band will also play a special set exploring the music of Pink Floyd.

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