Bhi Bhiman Releases “Beyond the Border”

On July 5th Bhi Bhiman released his new song, “Beyond the Border”, a reflection on the fears experienced by many immigrants in America today. All proceeds for the song will benefit International Rescue Committee and Read more about the song and watch Bhi Bhiman’s full Paste Sessoin For more information about Bhi Bhiman, visit his artist page Read more | Watch the video for "Beyond the Border" at Paste

Rhiannon Giddens Plays Boston Pops Firework Spectacular

Rhiannon Giddens performed at the 2018 Boston Pops Firework Spectaular last week for the 4th of July holiday alongside Rachel Platten, Indigo Girls, Rita Moreno, and more. Watch the full performance at Bloomberg For more information about Rhiannon Giddens and upcoming tour dates, visit her artist page Read more | Watch the full performance at Bloomberg

Irma Thomas to be Awarded Lifetime Achievement Award for Performance at This Year’s Americana Music Awards

From the Americana Music Association: The reigning “Soul Queen of New Orleans” needs no introduction – but here are 6 things you should know about this year’s announced Lifetime Achievement Award for Performance recipient. Irma is an eight-time Blues Music Award winner and a GRAMMY® Award-winner, recognized for her impressive work including her cathartic comeback Read more | Read More About The Honoree At Rolling Stone

Jeffrey Foucault Featured in NPR’s “Heavy Rotation”

“Jeffrey Foucault is the king of the folk slow-jam. The New Englander-via-Wisconsin singer-songwriter possesses a deep groove that’s been perfected over his last six records, including his latest Blood Brothers (out on June 22)” —NPR, Heavy Rotation   Read the full review at NPR For more information on Jeffrey Foucault and upcoming tour dates, visit his Artist Read more | Read the full review at NPR

Soul Queen Irma Thomas Becomes A Doctor

                Irma Thomas talks to NPR about earning her college degree in the midst of life on the road. Thomas received an honorary doctorate degree from Tulane University earlier this month. Listen to the full interview at NPR For more information on Irma Thomas and upcoming tour dates, Read more | Listen and Read the Interview at NPR

The Como Mamas Release Video for “Count Your Blessings”

Click below to watch The Como Mamas’ video for “Count Your Blessings”.  Their album, Move Upstairs, is out now on Daptone Records! The Como Mamas are available in 2018-19, for booking, contact Chris Colbourn. For more information on The Como Mamas and upcoming tour dates, visit their Artist Page Read more | Watch the video for "Count Your Blessings"

Belly featured in The New York Times

                  Tonya Donelly of Belly talks to The New Yorks about the band coming back together for their first album in 23 years. “Why go through the turmoil of re-forming a beloved but long-dormant band whose place in pop history is secure? In 2018, a better question Read more | Read the full feature at The New York Times

Birds of Chicago Release New Singe, “Superlover”

Birds of Chicago released their newest single “Superlover” today from their album Love In Wartime- out tomorrow on Signature Sounds! Listen to “Superlover” on Spotify For more info on Birds of Chicago and upcoming tour dates Read more | Listen to "Superlover" on Spotify

“Music From Man of La Mancha” debuts at #1 on Billboard’s Traditional Jazz Chart

Another #1 Album from Eliane Elias With The Release Of New Album, Music From Man of La Mancha, on Billboard’s Traditional Jazz Chart “Melodies, melodies, sumptuous melodies.” —DownBeat “Her intimate understanding of the tunes is balanced by imagination and taste.” —AllMusic Music from Man of La Mancha, the new record from multi-GRAMMY ® -winning pianist/singer/songwriter Eliane Elias, debuted Read more | For more information on Eliane Elias and current tour dates, visit her Artist Page

How Rhiannon Giddens Reconstructs Black Pain With The Banjo

Rhiannon talks about how she plans to create a theatrical treatment of the Wilmington Insurrection of 1898 by help of the prestigious MacArthur Fellowship, colloquially known as a “genius” grant, she received in a recent interview with Michel Martin. ‘”We want to focus on the violence!’ — but I’m actually more interested in focusing on Read more | To read the full NPR article click Here