The Flatlanders (Joe Ely, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Butch Hancock) reunite on Treasures of Love for a collection of Texas and country music songs mixed with some new, original tracks.
Carrying on a family tradition of folksy musicality with joie de vivre, Amy Helm rambles on as a performer enriching the same stomping grounds where her father firmly planted his roots.
Joe Pug’s latest album, The Diving Sun, is filled with songs of desperate inspiration, marking some of the finest work in the singer-songwriter’s career.
Lukas Nelson’s A Few Stars Apart is further evidence that he’s a musical chameleon. One sound moves fluidly to another so you don’t know what’s coming next.
Americana’s Desert Hollow premiere the video “I Can’t Wait For Summer” from their upcoming EP and share an outrageous origin story as entertaining as they are.
B.B. Palmer’s new song answers the long-standing question, “What might have happened if Charlie Louvin read the Bhagavad Gita while tripping?”
The Pink Stones recall the hazy, beer-soaked sound of 1970s Tulsa with a fresh coat of pain and a wicked sense of humor on “Love Me Hardly”.