Nashville Meets London (again) at the end of next month

This week at Waterloo Station you can find the sights and sounds of Tennessee, and if that’s not enough Tennesseean goodness for you then fear not because the Nashville Meets London Music Festival music festival returns this year, running from July 28-29 in Canada Square Park.  The 2018 lineup has been announced and it’s fairly mainstream country but includes ‘Nashville’ actor, singer-songwriter, and musician the lovely Sam Palladio, vocalist and instrumentalist Tyminski, Rod Stewart’s daughter, Ruby Stewart and daughter of country group Baillie & the Boys’ Michael Bonagura and Kathie Baillie, and Alyssa Bonagura’s female country rock duo The Sisterhood Band. Representing the U.K. are various country acts plus alt-country/folk duo Two Ways Home, and the female duo and multi-instrumentalists Worry Dolls. Continue reading “Nashville Meets London (again) at the end of next month”

Hey/Oh brother! Dan Tyminski announces solo record

I always thought that Dan Tyminski looked like Jonathan Frakes from Star Trek. Rolling Stone Country reports: “A beloved acoustic musician and longtime member of Alison Krauss’s Union Station, Dan Tyminski has had a storied career spanning over three decades. Now, the Vermont-born singer-songwriter is preparing to release his new solo album Southern Gothic under the solitary moniker Tyminski. The new album sees Tyminski mixing his roots music pedigree with a wide range of contemporary influences on 13 songs he co-wrote with some of country’s best and brightest talents. Continue reading “Hey/Oh brother! Dan Tyminski announces solo record”