Della Mae’s new, self-titled album featured in The New York Times (Released May 12 on Rounder)

Della Mae’s third full length album, which will be released on May 12 (Rounder) is currently featured in The New York Times – with the Times saying the album “Shows a leap in confidence” for the band! The Times goes on to say “The group’s lead singer, Celia Woodsmith, has strong projection, a smoky tone Read more | Read the New York Times feature here

Watch the broadcast live of “The Gospel Tradition: In Performance at The White House” Featuring Rhiannon Giddens!

You can now watch the broadcast of “The Gospel Tradition: In Performance at The White House” which took place on April 14. The event was hosted my Michelle Obama and Rhiannon performed along such greats as Aretha Franklin, Emmy Lou Harris, and Lyle Lovett among others! See the President speak at the performance, here For Read more | Visit The White House Live website

The Steel Wheels New Album, “Leave Some Things Behind”, Available now via Big Ring Records

The Steel Wheels new album, “Leave Some Things Behind”, is officially released today (April 14) Via Big Ring Records.  The album is available for purchase in The Steel Wheels Store. The Steel Wheels also released their first video off the album – Worn Wool, Soft Leather – check out the video below! For more info Read more | Purchase the album here

Heather Maloney named one of SPIN Magazine’s “5 Artists to Watch in April 2015”

Congratulations to Heather Maloney – who was just listed in SPIN Magazine’s list of 5 Artists to Watch in April 2015. SPIN describes her forthcoming album, Making Me Break, as “rounded and lushly warm”. Heather’s Album, Making Me Break, will be released April 28 via Signature Sound Recordings To read the full feature on SPIN Read more | See the SPIN feature here

Rhiannon Giddens featured in The New Yorker

Rhiannon Giddens is featured in this week’s issue of The New Yorker – she’ll be playing at Town Hall in NYC tomorrow, April 9, 2015. The New Yorker praises her artistry, saying “Her syntax and harmonic strength are part of a tradition of American music” To see the full feature visit The New Yorker here Read more | Read The New Yorker Feature

Dom Flemons to host “Leadbelly at 125: A Tribute to an American Songster” At The Kennedy Center on April 25

Dom Flemons will be the host of “Leadbelly at 125: A Tribute to an American Songster” at The Kennedy Center in Washington DC on April 25. The event will include performances and appearances by Robert Plant, Alison Krauss, and Buddy Miller with Viktor Krauss, Alvin Youngblood Hart, Billy Hector, Valerie June, Shannon McNally, Josh White Read more | Purchase Tickets to "Leadbelly at 125"

Hear Bhi Bhiman’s Exclusive Song “Moving to Brussels” Featured on The Wall Street Journal

Bhi Bhiman sends Dictators a “Dear John” letter on “moving To Brussels”. Singer Bhi Bhiman was struck by the number of African immigrants he noticed while touring Belgium with Rosanne Cash—so much so that he wrote a song about it. That tune, “Moving to Brussels,” premieres today on Speakeasy. It’s a brawny soul number with Read more | Read the Wall Street Journal feature

Della Mae featured in Rolling Stone’s list “50 Best Things We Saw at SXSW 2015”

Congratulations to Della Mae, whose SXSW performance earned them the “Best Rolling Stones Cover” in Rolling Stone Magazine’s “50 Best Things We Saw at SXSW 2015”. To read the full list visit Rolling Stone, here For more info and upcoming tour dates for Della Mae, visit their artist page, here Read more | Read the Rolling Stone List

Walt Martin’s song “We’re all Young Together” is featured in the new Android ad Campaign

Watch the new Android ad which features Walt Martin’s song “We’re all Young Together” For upcoming tour dates and artist info, visit Walt Martin’s artist page, here Read more | Watch the android ad

The Steel Wheels to perform at Merlefest 2015

The Steel Wheels will be performing at Merlefest April 23-26, 2015 and will be hosting their “Midnight Jam” session – The Midnight Jam, one of the more anticipated events at MerleFest, is the Saturday after-hours hootenanny that has produced artistic collaborations and one-of-a-kind superstar jams that have become legendary in the festival’s history. The Steel Read more