Nellie Mckay Featured on NPR Songs We Love

  “Nellie McKay isn’t the type to offer an unthinking inducement to romance. A singer-songwriter drawn to the inherent tensions between surface and substance, she has earned her reputation for unruly drolleries. . .The bottom line for McKay, it would seem, is that there’s always another level, a deeper layer. And this much remains true Read more | To read the full NPR article click HERE

New Signing! Kevin “B.F.” Burt

We are very pleased to announce the signing of Kevin “B.F.” Burt for exclusive worldwide representation. Kevin “B.F.” Burt was the big man of the evening at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis last month as he won awards in the three awards he was eligible for: Solo/Duo, Best Solo/Duo Guitarist, and the Lee Oskar Read more | Watch Kevin "B.F." Burt perform "Eleanor Rigby" at International Blues Challenge

Samantha Crain Commissioned for an Extensive Immersion Exhibit for T.C. Cannon

  Samantha Crain releases two new songs commissioned by  The Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts in collaboration with The Smithsonian. These songs are written and recorded for an extensive immersion exhibit of the Native American Kiowa/Caddo painter  T.C. Cannon. The songs will play in different rooms of the exhibit and are meant for and Read more

Juliana Hatfield featured on NPR Songs We Love

  “The Boston-based musician’s forthcoming album, Juliana Hatfield Sings Olivia Newton-John, is a heartfelt tribute, with an emphasis on Newton-John’s ’70s and ’80s high points. . . Accordingly, her take on “A Little More Love”” — a song that originally appeared on Newton-John’s Totally Hot, a 1978 LP released several months after Grease became a blockbuster — exudes reverence. Read more | View The Full NPR Article HERE

Dom Flemons Announces Black Cowboys Album, out March 23, 2018 on Smithsonian Folkways

  Dom Flemons Presents Black Cowboys pays tribute to the music, culture, and the complex history of the golden era of the Wild West. In this single volume of music, the first of its kind, Flemons explores and re-analyzes this important part of our American identity. The songs and poems featured on the album take Read more

The Huntress and Holder of Hands on Tour with The Devil Makes Three

    The Huntress and Holder of Hands sets out on tour with The Devil Makes Three this month 01/20/18    PORTLAND                          ME      THE STATE THEATRE 01/23/18    SOUTH BURLINGTON         VT      HIGHER GROUND 01/24/18    BROOKLYN  Read more |

Don Bryant Nominated for 4 Blues Music Awards

Don Byrant has been nominated for 4 Blues Music Awards including album of the year and entertainer of the year! See the full list of nominees here: For more information and upcoming tour dates, visit Don Bryant’s Artist Page Read more | See the full list of nominees here

Concerted Efforts at APAP!

We will be at APAP in New York City this weekend! Please join us for our showcases: Friday, January 9, 2018 – City Winery 7pm Dori Freeman 8pm Dom Flemons 9pm Phoebe Hunt & The Gatherers 10pm Birds of Chicago Tickets/ Information: Monday, January 12, 2018 – Joe’s Pub 7pm Lowland Hum 8pm Nellie McKay Read more

ALA.NI’s “You & I” Makes Bob Boilen’s Top 10 Records of the Year!

ALA.NI’s “You & I” Makes Bob Boilen’s Top 10 Records of the Year! See the full list at NPR Music For more info on and upcoming tour dates, visit her Artist Page Read more | See the full list at NPR Music

Samantha Crain Aims to Create New Traditions

“Crain wrote the song ‘Red Sky, Blue Mountain’ after witnessing the protests against the Dakota Access pipeline at Standing Rock, North Dakota, which began in early 2016. She was struck by how little respect so many people had for the land, even though it’s one of the most important aspects of indigenous culture. The phrases Read more | PRI's The World Article On Samantha Crain