Stephen Kellogg has been fronting his band "The Sixers" throughout the course of the past decade with record deals on major labels like Universal, Atlantic and Vanguard. Now back working as a solo artist while the band takes a hiatus, the storytelling songwriter showcases his latest tunes on Blunderstone Rookery, his firs
This artist has been recording strong music for over a decade with his band "The Sixers" but now he's returning to his solo side with his new album Blunderstone Rookery. If you're a fan of artists like Josh Kelley, Matt Nathanson and Ingram Hill, you're sure to dig Stephen Kellogg! Listen here!
Striking Matches are a Nashville-based duo bringing a sound to the airwaves that is a more 'mainstream' version of The Civil Wars. Take a listen to this souful ballad, a track from their self-titled EP relased a few months back (A song which producers of Nashville recorded for the TV Show).
With the 4th of July Independence Day celebration happening in a week in the USA, the timing is right for us to showcase this track from Benton Blount's self-titled 2012 album. Take a listen to this acoustic country number and let us know what you think
It's always exciting to be on the forefront of something big and let me tell you, it only took one listen of "Down The Hatch" to feel excited like that about The Damn Quails. Read on to see what makes the album so exciting.
Georgia has been a hotbed for alternative and rock music for years now but it seems as if the tide has turned towards country with the success of the Zac Brown Band, Sugarland and Colt Ford. Will Brantley Gilbert Follow them to success?
With just 10 songs, Jeffrey Foucault manages to evoke the heart of classic singer/songwriters while remaining compeltely his own artist on Horse Latitudes. Read our full review of this Signature Sounds recording here.