Performs Songs From Her TOP 10 Americana Music Chart Album, MAD TWENTIES “I feel like I’m listening to the Bonnie Raitt of the next generation.” – Kathy Mattea Taylor Rae makes her Mountain Stage debut tonight as she performs songs from her Top 10 Americana Music Chart album, MAD TWENTIES – a coloring-outside-the-lines Americana/Folk/Jazz/Blues project that highlights Taylor’s talents as she explores life, love, and the vagaries of the human condition. The … Continue reading 🚨🚨 Taylor Rae Makes Mountain Stage Debut Tonight 🚨🚨
Mad Twenties #9 On Americana Music Album Chart This Week Taylor Rae drops her fourth music video, “Window,” today on Bicycle Day, in commemoration of Albert Hofmann’s discovery of lysergic acid diethylamide 71 years ago. On this day in 1943, Hofmann ingested a minute amount of the compound, rode his bicycle home, and consequently underwent significant shifts of consciousness. Rae is hopeful that renewed interest and … Continue reading Taylor Rae Drops New Music Video, “Window,” To Commemorate Discovery of LSD on Bicycle Day
Nashville, TN Based IAN ABEL BAND has released an official lyric video for their new single, “Cerberus.” Originally premiered on Blues Rock Review, “Cerberus” was filmed at the Troubadour by Mitch Parks. “This song holds a special place in my heart,” says Ian. “While tracking guitars at Splendor 2 in Los Angeles, one of the legendary producers there lent us a vintage Gibson SG to use for the leads and rhythm. … Continue reading IAN ABEL BAND Releases Official Lyric Video for New Single, “Cerberus”!
Music Matters: Robert Jennings Interviews Gary Hector. MM: Thank you Gary for taking some time with us. Congratulations on the new album ‘National Trash’ and the single/video “Today I Ride Alone”. Is the single a reference to where Gary is at today musically? As you have been the frontman for other bands in the past. Gary Hector: Thank you and thanks for having this chat with … Continue reading Interview with Gary Hector and His New Album ‘National Trash’
Halfway From Nashville “All the songs that I write are about schmucks and losers, I guess autobiography is my chosen form,” Sean Harrison sings in the opening title track of this charmingly quirky collection that lyrically mines the golden, literary territory of Townes Van Zandt, John Prine, Tom T. Hall and Guy Clark, while musically moving with ease from classic country, accompanied by weepy steel guitar, to skillful splashes of … Continue reading Sean Harrison-‘Halfway From Nashville’ Album Review
New Orleans influenced Johnny & The Mongrels just dropped their album “Creole Skies” yesterday. The band now based on Colorado, just released their album and it is soulful and funky. With their New Orleans influence mixed in they bring it all to the table in this 10 track album. Johnny & The Mongrels released their second single off the album “Louisiana Girl”, click HERE for the … Continue reading Johnny & The Mongrels “Creole Skies” Available NOW
Country, Americana and Rock and roll artist D.L. Marble took some time out of his busy schedule to talk with us at Music Matters Magazine! Check out what D.L. had to say and be sure to check out the official website and the band’s upcoming NAMM Nissan Grand stage performance! D.L. Marble NAMM Nissan Grand Plaza Thursday, January 19, 2017 12:00pm to 12:40pm MMM: First … Continue reading D.L. Marble talks about musical heroes, struggles growing up without a father and Namm 2017!
The legendary Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh just recently set out on his solo “Walsh TOOR” 2016. Playing in support of Joe on this tour is americana/folk band, JD and the Straight Shot. If you are planning on attending one of the Joe Walsh tour dates below, you will want to make sure that you arrive early enough to catch this very talented group of musicians. … Continue reading JD and the Straight Shot support Joe Walsh on “Walsh TOOR” 2016
If you are looking for a down to earth true and traditional artist, you have certainly found that in Dale Watson. Watson is a singer of Texas/Americana music. Some people may classify him as country but in previous interviews Dale has asked to not call him country because it gives current mainstream listeners the wrong impression of his music by today’s country standards. I would … Continue reading CD Review: Dale Watson “Call Me Insane”