Amythyst Kiah to join CAM on upcoming tour

We’re excited to announce that Amythyst Kiah will being joining CAM on the road for her upcoming tour. They’ll be traveling to Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Austin, Atlanta, and many more. Get tickets for a show near you here! For more information, go to Amythyst Kiah’s artist page. Read more

Irma Thomas on CBS Mornings

GRAMMY Award winning Soul Queen of New Orleans, Irma Thomas, reflects on her remarkable legacy and return to the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. Watch the full segment on CBS Mornings here! For more information, go to Irma Thomas’ artist page. Read more | Check out the full CBS Mornings video

Congratulations to Concerted Efforts’ Grammy Award Winning Artists!

Congratulations to Eliane Elias and Rhiannon Giddens for their 2022 Grammy Award wins! Eliane Elias received the Best Latin Jazz Album award for “Mirror Mirror” with Chick Corea and Chucho Valdés. Rhiannon Giddens received the Best Folk Album award for “They’re Calling Me Home” with Francesco Turrisi. For more information on Eliane Elias, check out Read more

Amythyst Kiah Releases Wild Turkey – Live: A Three-Song Digital EP Including Two Live Recordings

Today, Amythyst Kiah announces the release of Wild Turkey – Live, a three-song digital EP that features two previously unreleased live audio recordings of the song as well as the original track that appears on her groundbreaking and celebrated album Wary + Strange, released last June. Wary + Strange has been widely hailed as one of the best releases of Read more | Listen to "Wild Turkey - Live" here

Rhiannon Giddens to perform in Paul Simon ‘Grammy Salute” Tribute Show

Rhiannon Giddens will be performing alongside Brandi Carlile, Brad Paisley, Billy Porter, Dave Matthews, and Paul Simon himself for his tribute concert “Homeward Bound: A Grammy Salute to the Songs of Paul Simon”. The performance is set to take place just after the Grammys on April 6th and will be held at the Hollywood Pantages Read more | Check out the full Rolling Stone article here

Amythyst Kiah To Perform For Music On A Mission Virtual Concert

Don’t miss Amythyst Kiah’s performance for the Music On A Mission Virtual Concert, airing March 30th at 5PM EST/8PM ET! Find more info and the full line up of performers below. For more information, go to Amythyst Kiah’s artist page. Read more

Cymande Performs To Packed Houses At SXSW And Documentary Film Getting It Back: The Story of Cymande Premieres

Following recent reviews in The Guardian and Variety Cymande did two shows at SXSW. Their performances made the Best Shows at SXSW list in The Austin Chronicle which raved: “The ‘Secret Password’ Is Cymande… After the film premiere and playing to a capacity crowd on Rainey Street, it seems the secret is now out.” Read Read more | Check out the full Austin Chronicle article

Just announced! Dedicated Men of Zion at Mountain Stage

Dedicated Men of Zion will be featured on a fresh episode of Mountain Stage for NPR music alongside Robet Earl Keen and more. Be a part of the live audience with guest host Larry Groce on July 24th! Read more here and purchase tickets here. For more information, go to Dedicated Men of Zion’s artist Read more | Check out the announcement from Mountain Stage here

Amazon’s “For Love And Country” featuring Amythyst Kiah Announced on Rolling Stone!

Amazon Music announces “For Love & Country” documentary film to release April 7th. Examining country music’s evolution through the lens of a new generation of Black artists, the film will feature interviews and performances from Jimmie Allen, Blanco Brown, Amazon Music Breakthrough Artist BRELAND, Shy Carter, Mickey Guyton, Willie Jones, Valerie June, Amythyst Kiah, Reyna Read more | Read the full Rolling Stone article here

New Album from Dedicated Men Of Zion Out Now!

Dedicated Men Of Zion have officially released their new CD, “The Devil Don’t Like It” via Bible and Tire Recording Co! Stream it here and order the CD or LP here. Check out the video for the first single below. “The world needs this music right now.”–Robin Hilton, NPR Music “What they call sacred soul: Read more