September 2021

Groundbreaking young blues visionary Selwyn Birchwood today announced the premiere of his attention-grabbing new video for his original song, Searching For My Tribe. The passionate, thought-provoking track appears on Birchwood's recently released third Alligator album, Living In A Burning House. Living Blues declared, "With Living in a Burning House, the guitarist may have made his most fully realized artistic statement to date."

Tedeschi Trucks Band returns to the Beacon Theatre in New York City for their annual multiple-night residency. Proudly proclaiming, “We’re Back,” these will feature the full, reunited 12-piece band including new drummer Isaac Eady. Concerts take place on September 30, October 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, and 9.

Trey Anastasio brought his side project, the Trey Anastasio Band, to the Westville Music Bowl for the first time, along with the largest crowd the venue has seen since opening in May 2021. This high energy, jam rock meets big band ensemble brought many familiar qualities to the show, as well as new directions, including band members and song selection.

JACOB AND THE DAZEY CHAIN, the Brit-pop/rock-influenced singer, songwriter, guitarist and recent Nashville transplant from South Florida, today (September 20) releases his debut EP THE SKY IS ALL I NEED TO GET HIGH on indie label Gratuitous Noise. LISTEN HERE to the EP on all streaming platforms and check out JACOB’s quotes below about the songs.

Smithsonian Folkways is proud to announce that the award-winning bluegrass group Po’ Ramblin’ Boys will release their third studio album on the label in 2022. The new album follows the acclaimed 2019 release Toil, Tears & Trouble on Rounder, which earned them praise from No Depression, American Songwriter, PopMatters, and a coveted appearances on NPR’s Mountain Stage and Nashville’s famed Grand Ole Opry.