Artists

Imagine a world in which Eve unashamedly consumed the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden, biting into knowledge and sharing it with all the world. Feminist folk ensemble Ruby Mack imagine themselves direct descendants of that particular Eve.

The difference between the Cincinnati and Austin area codes is one digit. Austin is 512. Cincinnati is 513. The new album 5123 by The 4Track All-Stars is what you get when the band’s leader, Jay Reynolds, starts out working with Bootsy Collins in one city and ends up gigging with Ray Benson in the next. You get contrasts. Western Swing icon Emily Gimble singing over Moog bass. The Queen City’s Napoleon Maddox trading off with steel guitar.

The Bob Moog Foundation is excited to announce its 2020 Trifecta Raffle featuring three vintage Moog synthesizers: a Moog Rogue, a Moog Prodigy, and a Moog Source. The synthesizers being offered have been fully restored and are in excellent technical and physical condition. Together their collective worth is nearly $7,000.

Singer-songwriter Jacob Everett Wallace released his newest single, “Wanderer,” on August 28. With a style reminiscent of the best acoustic folk writers, Wallace has captured numerous stories of his journey throughout his musical career, and this single is no different. “Wanderer, you don’t have a gypsy soul,” Wallace sings above a gripping guitar. “You might be lost now, but you have a home.”

“Shut Up And Sing,” a new song from Brent Cobb’s highly anticipated new album, Keep ‘Em On They Toes, is debuting today. Watch/share the official music video HERE. Conceived of by Cobb, the video features archival footage that highlights the importance various songs have played throughout history: from Bruce Springsteen to Aretha Franklin, Dolly Parton to Marvin Gaye.

Nashville Americana duo Smooth Hound Smith have released their new video for "Little Rock n Roll Clubs," a song dedicated to the beloved independent music venues that are struggling to survive during this global pandemic. The video for the husband and wife duo's latest single premiered Wednesday (Aug.

Protest marches. Riots. Contentious and divisive politics and a public divided along partisan lines.

On his 10th album overall, MANY MOONS, North Carolina-based alternative/folk artist JEREMY SQUIRES poignantly blends traditional folk roots with alternative-leaning sounds--an unexpected result which came about by the singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist having written the album on his analog keyboard.

BLACK PISTOL FIRE have released a new single titled “Hope In Hell”--a bluesy, slow-burning, bruising powerhouse--available everywhere world-wide now via: https://orcd.co/hopeinhell.

Michelle Sarah will release her debut single “Truth” on Color Red on Friday, August 28th. The commanding, heart-felt track features DJ Williams (Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Shots Fired), Eric Imbrociano, Eric Luba, Tim Philpott, and a tight-knit horn section. “Truth” will lead the charge for her upcoming album produced by Steve Berlin of Los Lobos.