Listen: Rhiannon Giddens and Kronos Quartet Collaboration

Nonesuch has featured “Lullaby”, a collaboration between Rhiannon Giddens and Kronos Quartet, on their website. You can download “Lullaby” when you pre-order Rhiannon’s new album Folk Songs, out June 9th. Listen to “Lullaby” and read the article here For more info on Rhiannon Giddens and her upcoming tour dates, visit her artist page here Read more | Listen to "Lullaby" at Nonesuch

Hometown Praise for Phoebe Hunt!

Phoebe Hunt & The Gatherers will celebrate the release of Shanti’s Shadow at Paramount Theatre in Austin, TX on Friday, June 2, 2017 with Special Guests Shakey Graves & The Brother Brothers! The Austin Chronicle gave the album 4 stars, praising “…her second solo disc transcends genre on a remarkable balance of delicate power.”   Read more | Read the full review at The Austin Chronicle

Don Bryant Performs Live at Paste Studios

You can watch Don Bryant’s full live session at Paste Magazine Studios in New York City here. For more info and upcoming tour dates for Don Bryant, visit his Artist Page. Read more | Watch the full live session at Paste

The Steel Wheels New Album “Wild As We Came Here” Out Now

The Steel Wheels are receiving rave reviews for their new album, “Wild As We Came Here”. From No Depression, “The best album of their career delivers ten singularly brilliant songs that form a cohesive document of life in western Virginia. Subjects as diverse as environmental activism and religious oppression are all firmly rooted in a mural of Read more | Read the full review at No Depression

Don Bryant Featured At Rolling Stone + Stream “Don’t Give Up On Love”

Don Bryant was recently featured in Rolling Stone for his new album, “Don’t Give Up On Love” “His voice remains marvelous, despite the fact that it’s rarely been recorded in the last four decades.” -Rolling Stone Read the full article and stream the album here For more info and upcoming tour dates for Don Bryant Read more | Read the Rolling Stone article and stream "Don't Give Up On Love"

Josh Ritter #11 and #88 on Paste Magazine’s “100 Best Indie Folk Albums”

Josh Ritter’s “The Animal Years” and “So Runs The World Away” earned #11 and #88, respectively, on Paste Magazine’s 100 Best Indie Folk Albums. “‘The Animal Years’ is bookended by a pair of epic ballads—’Girl in the War’ and ‘Thin Blue Flame’—which helped secure his place at the table of great songwriters without ever having to Read more | Click here to read the full article at Paste Magazine

The Harmaleighs EP Debuts at Glide Magazine

Glide Magazine debuted The Harmaleighs new EP “Hiraeth” ahead of its release on May 5th. “Nashville duo The Harmaleighs craft poetic, passionate, and powerful songs cut from a pastiche of indie, folk, pop and Americana. The six-song album captures two talented and promising songwriters who exude a natural chemistry.” -Glide Magazine To read the full article and Read more | Click here to listen to "Hiraeth" at Glide Magazine

Concerted Efforts Welcomes Amythyst Kiah to The Roster – Feature in Paste Magazine

CE is proud to welcome Amythyst Kiah to our roster! A professed Southern Gothic, alt-country blues singer/songwriter based in Johnson City, TN, Amythyst Kiah’s commanding stage presence is only matched by her raw and powerful vocals—a deeply moving, hypnotic sound that stirs echoes of a distant and restless past. Amythyst Kiah was recently featured in Read more | Read the full article at Paste Magazine

Phoebe Hunt & The Gatherers Debut “Pink and Blue” With Relix | “Lint Head Gal” Embraced by NPR Music, Folk Alley, and World Cafe

Phoebe Hunt & The Gatherers have debuted their song “Pink and Blue”, the second track to premier from their new album, with Relix. Hunt says that “‘Pink and Blue’ is a reference to that hour of dawn, when you see the sky and recognize the magic and beauty that nature provides all around us every day–if Read more | Listen to "Pink and Blue" at Relix

Samantha Crain on NPR Weekend Edition

Samantha Crain spoke to NPR’s Weekend Edition about her new album, You Had Me At Goodbye. “Samantha Crain’s connection to her home state of Oklahoma runs deep and forms the foundation of her new album, You Had Me At Goodbye. Though the record as a whole is more pop-oriented than her previous releases, her folk roots show in Read more | To listen to Samantha Crain's interview with NPR's Weekend Addition click here