The Sadies debut track from new album – Listen

And it’s absolutely cracking. The Sadies have premiered “It’s Easy (Like Walking)” featuring Kurt Vile from their new album with Consequence of Sound. The track is the second single to be released from Northern Passages, their 10th studio album, out February 10, 2017, on Yep Roc Records. Of the track The Sadies’ Dallas Good says, “Kurt did a tour supporting The Sadies about a thousand years ago. We didn’t really know each other before that but we’ve been friends ever since. We always talked about collaborating one day so I forced his hand by sending him this finished song with a very short deadline attached. He delivered, as he always seems to do.”  Continue reading “The Sadies debut track from new album – Listen”

Old Sea Brigade announces UK dates, Christmas song

Ben Cramer aka Old Sea Brigade will be touring Europe for the first time ever in February. He will be supporting Portland, Oregon based folk group Joseph on 13 dates across Europe, including 6 UK shows (Glasgow, Belfast, Manchester, Brighton, London, and Bristol). The Atlanta-born, Nashville-based singer/songwriter released his debut, self-titled EP earlier this year, featuring the standout track “Love Brought Weight,” which has passed over one million streams currently on Spotify alone. Check out the dates along with Old Sea Brigade’s festive song “Christmas Dream” below.  Continue reading “Old Sea Brigade announces UK dates, Christmas song”

Amanda Rheaume announces Jan/Feb UK tour

amanda-rheaumeCanadian singer-songwriter Amanda Rheaume has announced January-February UK tour in support of her new album Holding Patterns, produced by Ottawa singer-songwriter Jim Bryson, which features tracks such as  ‘The Day the Mountain Fell’, a true story Amanda’s grandfather told her about a second cousin in the 1950s who became known in media reports as a “miracle child”. This after surviving a landslide near Mount Hays in northern British Columbia, the flow of rock having lifted her crib above the debris.  And if that’s just one track, imagine the excitement for the rest.  Continue reading “Amanda Rheaume announces Jan/Feb UK tour”

Carly Dow announces UK tour dates

carly-dowCanadian wildcrafted soul-folk songstress Carly Dow has announced her first UK tour which will take place in January, in support of acclaimed debut album Ingrained. As we said of her most recent release, “There is nothing, not a chord or note that you won’t really really love.” Love, loss, sensuality and environment are themes crafted throughout the new album which she co-produced with Darwin Baker and Jesse Matas (Crooked Brothers).  Continue reading “Carly Dow announces UK tour dates”

Tom Petty & Heartbreakers announce 2017 UK date

tom-pettyAlthough you will still have to wait for 2 seasons to pass.  News from Uncut who report: “Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers have announced their only European date of 2017. They will play Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park on Sunday July 9, as part of the band’s 40th anniversary. This will be Petty’s first UK date since two nights at the Royal Albert Hall in June 2012. They will be supported by Stevie Nicks; a long-standing friend of the band and occasional collaborator. “In 1976, I’d been in Fleetwood Mac for about a year when I heard Tom Petty’s debut,” Nicks told Rolling Stone in 2010. “I became such a fan that if I hadn’t been in a band myself, I would have joined that one.” They will also be joined on the bill by The Lumineers.  Continue reading “Tom Petty & Heartbreakers announce 2017 UK date”

Old 97’s record duet with Brandi Carlile – Listen

old-97sNews from Rolling Stone Country this morning and a good excuse to put a picture of Rhett Miller up: “”I’m good with God. I wonder how she feels about me?” So ends the chorus of the Old 97’s’ “Good With God,” the lead single from the band’s 11th album, Graveyard Whistling. Due February 24th, the album offers up another boozy blast of Texas twang, train-beat percussion and guitar grit from Rhett Miller and company, who recorded its 11 songs in the same border-town studio that spawned the group’s major-label debut, Too Far to Care, two decades earlier.  Continue reading “Old 97’s record duet with Brandi Carlile – Listen”

Sturgill Simpson and Avett Brothers nominated for Grammys

sturgill-simpsonRolling Stone Country reports: “Maren Morris, Sturgill Simpson and Kelsea Ballerini each scored an all-genre nomination when the categories for the 59th Grammy Awards were revealed this morning. Simpson’s latest record A Sailor’s Guide to Earth is nominated in Album of the Year, opposite efforts from Beyoncé, Drake, Justin Bieber and Adele, while Morris and Ballerini represent country music in the Best New Artist category. They’ll compete against the Chainsmokers, Chance the Rapper and Anderson Paak.  Continue reading “Sturgill Simpson and Avett Brothers nominated for Grammys”