Eliane Elias Revives Songs from a Classic Broadway Music with “Music From Man of La Mancha”

MULTI-GRAMMY®-WINNING ELIANE ELIAS REVIVES SONGS FROM A CLASSIC BROADWAY MUSICAL WITH MUSIC FROM MAN OF LA MANCHA Created at the request of the original composer, the April 13 release features Eddie Gomez, Jack DeJohnette, Marc Johnson, Satoshi Takeishi and Manolo Badrena For Immediate Release – Following her 2015 GRAMMY®-winning Made in Brazil and 2017’s Latin Read more | For more information on Eliane Elias and upcoming tour dates, visit her Artist page

Dom Flemons- New Album Streaming on American Songwriter

Dom Flemons’ new album Black Cowboys is, in some ways, a lifetime in the making. First inspired by his family’s roots in the region . . .  chronicles the rich, deep history of Black music in the American west, a history that has often been ignored or white-washed despite its massive contribution to the canon of American Read more | To Read The Entire American Songwriter Article Click Here

Juliana Hatfield “Physical” Video Premier

Hatfield says in an interview, “Olivia Newton-John’s lusty “Physical” is a groovy, bouncy song, but my take on it is darker, more aggro, because I don’t think of lust as fun or funny; I think it’s dangerous and disruptive and mostly unwelcome. So that is my interpretation of “Physical”: the human condition is a bummer, Read more | To Read the Entire Sterogum Article Click Here

Premiere: Dave Alvin, Jimmie Dale Gilmore Team up on ‘Billy the Kid and Geronimo’

The pair recently joined forces to record the forthcoming album Downey to Lubbock the title referring to their hometowns. The Times is premiering one of the new collection’s original songs, “Billy the Kid and Geronimo,” about an imagined meeting between the two 19th century outlaws whose lives became the stuff of legend in the American West. –Randy Read more | Read about "Downey to Lubbock" at the LA Times

Belly to Release LP “Dove,” First New Music in 23 Years

 “Donelly wrote about her deep “affection” for “Shiny One,” which is also the band’s first completely collaborative song, she said. “Gail wrote the riff and the chorus; Tom and I wrote the verse and bridge; Chris’s parts shaped the direction and vibe,” she added. “When I hear it, I hear all four of us equally.”-Ryan Read more | Listen to "Shiny One" and read about the forthcoming album at Rolling Stone

Amythyst Kiah, Rhiannon Giddens, and Allison Russell Recording a New Project for Smithsonian Folkways

​Concerted Efforts is proud to represent this amazing generation of talented singers! Pictured (left to right): Leyla McCalla (Crossover Touring), Amythyst Kiah, Allison Russell (Birds of Chicago), and Rhiannon Giddens – currently recording a project for Smithsonian Folkways with producer Dirk Powell at his Cypress House studio in Louisiana.  Amythyst Kiah​ is​ also recording her new ​studio album​ with Read more | For more information on Amythyst Kiah, visit her Artist Page

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