Americana Railroad‘s interpretations of old material reveal the depth and breadth of railroad songs and their various styles, R&B to country, folk, and Americana.
Teddy and the Rough Riders’ homage “Hey Richard” is a somewhat sedate number that sways more than rocks. The song captures Little Richard’s sweetness.
Americana artist S.G. Goodman addresses all the complications of romantic love alongside critiques of our economic system in her heartfelt new LP, Teeth Marks.
Drive-By Truckers’ Welcome 2 Club XIII is more introspective and subdued than the previous raw, unfiltered laments and analyses of American culture.
Dopapod is another fabulous creation solidifying Dopapod’s complex yet calming and colorful stylistic approach. It’s an energizing, imaginative, and stylish LP.
Joan Osborne is known for a generational hit she didn’t even write, but all these decades later, she is still finding a new audience for her folk-pop charmers.
Americana’s Elliah Heifetz finds himself in 21st-century America and wonders how he got here and what it all means on First Generation American.
Allman Family Revival and a slew of all star guests come together in sensational fashion to honor the legacy of the Allman Brothers Band at rock’s most hallowed hall.
The signs they are a-changin’ in the eyes of the HawtThorns, a perceptive pair bringing their sophomore album, Tarot Cards and Shooting Stars, and road show to the masses after debut plans went nowhere.
On Nightroamer, Sarah Shook and the Disarmers capture that nocturnal vibe where darkness illuminates the unknown more than hides what should be seen.
Lord Nelson’s bark may not be worse than their bite—their bark is their bite. They alert you to the power and glory of loud rock ‘n’ roll.