Americana’s Jamestown Revival get back to their roots for a sublime, all-acoustic album that offers keen insights into everyday life.
West Virginia’s Sierra Ferrell has found a temporary home in Nashville as an artist who makes old-timey country sound new, but she isn’t ready to stop there.
Unlike many pandemic music projects, there are no filler tracks or wasted space on Brandi Carlile’s In These Silent Days. Each song stands on its own stylistically.
Lilly Hiatt’s Lately offers pandemic inspired poetic reflections on love, desire, and connection in a menagerie of musical styles.
Putting aside their solo roles, Jade Jackson and Aubrie Sellers discover their music is made for each other as Jackson+Sellers reach the Breaking Point.
Country music’s Mercy Bell talks about finding a home in Nashville, the need for queer and nonwhite perspectives, and the transformative power of storytelling.
Sam Johnson led Boston punks Choke Up but now delivers a stirring collection of Americana exploring darkness and light on Along the Dark Edges of Everything.
Texas singer-songwriter James McMurtry signs with New West and gives us The Horses and the Hounds awash in loud guitars and unparalleled storytelling.