Rosanne Cash Releases “Crawl Into the Promised Land” ft. John Leventhal

Rosanne Cash says on “Crawl Into the Promised Land”: “I wrote this song with John Leventhal about this particular vortex we find ourselves in, and the faith that we can crawl out of it with dreams intact. The sublime Sarah Jarosz was kind enough to sing background harmonies (thank you, Sarah!) and was joined by Read more | Watch the Video for "Crawl Into the Promised Land"

Kevin Burt to release new album Stone Crazy on October 16

“Kevin Burt has been a force for years and is finally getting the International recognition he so deeply deserves. His voice is commanding and soulful and his songs are honest and from the heart.” — Mike Zito   Kevin Burt releases his brand new album Stone Crazy on October 16, 2020, via Gulf Coast Records. The album was produced by musician/producer Mike Read more | Click here for more information

SQUIRREL NUT ZIPPERS NEW ALBUM Lost Songs Of Doc Souchon Out Now

Since 1995, the Squirrel Nut Zippers have sacked and plundered the old, weird America then sailed off to further distant lands. They have used New Orleans as their hideout and base of operations.  Jean-Lafitte-like they hide in the lee side of barrier island, receiving goods and masking dark back channel deals; hiding in cellars or in plain view.  Read more | Read More

New Music from Rhiannon Giddens

Rhiannon Giddens released her brand new song, “Don’t Call Me Names,” on August 23rd. Listen here: https://smarturl.it/DontCallMeNames “‘Don’t Call Me Names’ came from an epiphany that a relationship I was in was toxic, and that I had to get out for both of our sakes.  The framework in the song is a love affair but Read more | Listen to "Don't Call Me Names"

Video Premiere: Cha Wa “Visible Means of Support (No Justice, No Peace Remix)”

As the torchbearers of Mardi Gras Indian funk, Cha Wa have emerged with a special “No Justice, No Peace” remix of their track “Visible Means of Support,” along with a video chronicling the ongoing struggle of the Black community and the rise of Black Lives Matter. Read full story here. More information about Cha Wa Read more |

Tanya Donelly Releases New Album with The Parkington Sisters

Tanya Donelly released an album of pop covers today with the help of the Parkington Sisters and a few special guests! Read about the collaboration at The Boston Globe Listen to the singles here Read more | Read about the collaboration at The Boston Globe

Rhiannon Giddens Takes Over for Yo-Yo Ma as Silkroad’s Musical Director

“Rhiannon Giddens to Lead Silkroad’s Musical Explorations” — Read the full article at The New York Times Fore more information about Rhiannon Giddens, visit her Artist Page Read more | Read the Article at The New York Times

Samantha Crain’s Past as a Child Powerlifter & How it Prepared Her for Life on The Road

Read about Samantha Crain’s powerlifting past at No Depression Samantha Crain is No Depression’s Spotlight Artist for July 2020! Read the feature article on her new album, A Small Death, and more! Fore more information on Samantha Crain, visit her Artist Page Read more | Read about Samantha Crain's powerlifting past at No Depression

Samantha Crain Releases New Album, “A Small Death”

“The award-winning Choctaw-American singer-songwriter is out with deeply personal new music — thoughtful, cathartic, and terrific as usual.” Read about the making of A Small Death at Cowboys and Indians For more information about Samantha Crain, visit her Artist Page Read more | Read about the making of "A Small Death" at Cowboys & Indians