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Posts Tagged ‘roots’

Will Diehl: “Give It Time” – a fluid nature and passionate storytelling

Will Diehl’s latest EP release, “Give It Time” beautifully walks the line between strong acoustic melodies and folk rock tendencies which capture the emotion Diehl puts into his tantalizing lyrics. The Manassas, VA singe...


Grant Maloy Smith: “DUST BOWL – AMERICAN STORIES” runs the gauntlet of emotions

When we listen to award-winning Americana singer-songwriter, Grant Maloy Smith, we often hear a shrug, a battered heart, and the steely reason of hard-earned wisdom all bundled into a single powerfully ragged voice that resonat...



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The Muddy Roses deliver delightful harmonies, tight instrumentals, and original songwriting

The San Francisco-based band, The Muddy Roses, consists of three primary collaborators – Elizabeth Lewis (Lead Vocals), John LoGiudici (Vocals, Guitars) and Diana Greenberg (Vocals, Violin, Guitar) who are ably assisted ...



Whiskey N’ Rye: “Sick Soul Summertime” – high-energy blues-based rock with intelligent and original lyrics

In this age of one-and-done disposable artists, Whiskey N’ Rye continues to make great music. Philip Lindholm just gets better and better as a songwriter, and the current lineup consisting of Philip Lindholm: Vocals & G...


The Bloody Jug Band Release New Album – “Rope Burn”

Featuring 13 tracks including “Beautiful Corpse” and “Dorothy Gale” The Bloody Jug Band, who hail from Orlando, Florida, have been making music for over six (6) years and have pretty much carved out thei...