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New Signing! Kyshona

Concerted Efforts is happy to announce that the artist, activist, and music therapist gone rogue, Kyshona, has joined our roster! Kyshona is an artist ignited by untold stories, and the capacity of those stories to thread connection in every community. With the background of a licensed music therapist, the curiosity of a writer, the resolve Read more

Dedicated Men of Zion Premiere Single ‘Lord Hold My Hand’ on American Blues Scene

Listen to the first single “Lord Hold My Hand” from Dedicated Men of Zion’s forthcoming ‘The Devil Don’t Like It’ below! The full album comes out March 4th on Bible & Tire Recording Co. Check out the full American Blues Scene exclusive release article here. For more information, go to Dedicated Men of Zion’s artist Read more | Check out the full American Blues Scene article here

New Signing! Session Americana

Concerted Efforts is excited to announce that the amazing Session Americana has joined our roster! Session Americana is a group of musicians’ musicians: a cast of top-shelf players, singers, and writers: Billy Beard, Jon Bistline, Ry Cavanaugh, Dinty Child, Jim Fitting, Jefferson Hamer. From the beginning, there were lines around the block to get into Toad Read more

Lisa Morales Launches March 11th EP ‘Rain In The Desert’ with Rodney Crowell Duet, “Flyin’ and Cryin'”

Multilingual songwriter Lisa Morales celebrates Mexican heritage with second EP, El Amor No Es Cobarde, on May 5th. A busy year is already underway for Lisa Morales, the “multifaceted artist” (Rolling Stone) and prolific “storyteller” (Albuquerque Journal) whose songs are as diverse as her Mexican-American heritage. Months after teaming up with Santana’s co-founder, Gregg Rolie, for the Read more | Check Out Lisa Morales' "Flyin' and Cryin'" here

New Signing! Bitch

Concerted Efforts is happy to announce that Bitch has joined our roster! Bitch makes witchy poet pop. She does it with violins and synthesizers, and the songs she writes are spectral, heartbreaking, political, and beautiful. The longstanding queer music icon has been performing for over 20 years. She grew up with a tap dancing studio Read more