Featured Artist

Sam Morrow

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With his latest record, Concrete and Mud, Sam Morrow cuts the profile of a Southern gentleman-rocker. Morrow harnesses the swampiest guitar licks reminiscent of…

Seth Walker

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In 1913, Victrola issued a violin with piano version of Shubert’s Ave Maria. The violinist, Mischa Elman, had been a child prodigy. He studied…

Michelle Malone

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She won’t remember this, but I met Michelle Malone on the Hummingbird stage back in 2005. The Replacements’s β€œBastards of Young” was playing overhead,…

AJ Ghent

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It was 1936 in Philadelphia, and a Hawaiian named Jack was playing something called a lap steel guitar on the radio. It was mercurial…

Corb Lund

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Curley Fletcher’s first memory was of cattle He was born in San Francisco in 1892, but his family shifted east to California’s Owens Valley…

Mary Gauthier

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β€œMary Gauthier, Mary Gauthier/ She write all night, sleep all day/ Damndest thing I ever seen/ Was that woman in a limousine.” So, sings…

Hayley Thompson-King

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Garage-country. Dig that. It evokes the sinew of Iggy Pop rippling beneath the resignation of Hank Williams. It’s has to sound like werewolves in…

Son Little

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Washington Phillips preached. He plowed the Lord’s earth in Texas as the 20th Century dawned, lifted his voice to sing of unity– one people…

Zephaniah Ohora

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Skinny Dennis Sanchez stood 6’ll and on a good day hardly tipped the scale at 135 1bs. He had Marfan Syndrome– a genetic disorder…