Author Archives: Live and Breathing

Harley Kimbro Lewis: 
Good Guy

From Knoxville to Nashville via Hertfordshire, Martin Harley, Daniel Kimbro & Sam Lewis collaborate for the first time on a slow cooked, laid back album reminiscent of an early American songbook. Produced at Wow & Flutter studios the old fashioned way; writing songs in the morning and rolling the tape in the afternoon, the album highlights Daniel’s Appalachia roots, Sam’s Nashville tones and Martin’s travelling riverside blues. Individually they have worked with some of the biggest names in the business. This is acoustic Americana at is finest.

Green Cove

Legbeard happened when members of several Knoxville bands had a chance to try something different together. Legbeard has driving old-time Appalachian fiddle/banjo music and vocal harmony at its core, with branches into original songs from the members and a few country folk gems.

Calamity is Overrated

AgesandAges’ music bursts forth with brightness, handclaps and harmonies that find themselves stuck in your head for days. Their sunny sound—equal parts gospel, soul, country, and rock, so that any genre descriptor other than “pop” doesn’t quite fit—was designed to be infectious and invitational.

Recorded at the 2014 Pickathon Music Festival.
Check out AgesandAges’s website.

Caleb Klauder: 
Just A Little

The Caleb Klauder Country Band represents the best of the Northwest music scene. Caleb has been touring nationally and internationally for over 15 years, first with acclaimed folk-rock band Calobo, a luminary in the Northwest’s burgeoning music scene, and then with the widely celebrated Foghorn Stringband.

Subtle Clutch: 
Old Love Song

Subtle Clutch is a band from Knoxville, TN that consists of Eli Fox (dobro, banjo, harmonica), Briston Maroney (guitar, vocals), Devin Badgett (vocals, guitar, ukulele) and Jonathan Bailey (mandolin, bass, guitar).

Give It All Up For You

Leo Rondeau: 
When It Was Around

Originally from the Turtle Mountains in North Dakota, Leo Rondeau now calls Austin, TX his home. His songs describe interesting characters in both mundane and extraordinary circumstances. This storytelling, enhanced by catchy melodies, earned him a Songwriter of the Year nomination from the Academy of Texas Music for his previous record, “Down at the End of the Bar.”

Jamie Cook: 
At 35

Jamie Cook is best described as Southern Roots Music. The Muscle Shoals native has called Knoxville, TN home for the last few years (when he wasn’t playing 200 nights a year on the road with The Black Lillies and The Everybodyfields.

Bill Alexander "The Appalachian Hippie Poet": 

The Appalachian Hippie Poet , AKA Bill Alexander and Berry Basket Bill, writes and permforms a unique brand of poetry. His words are born from mountain, bottle and heart and he delivers each poem from memory with passion and expression.

The Howlin' Brothers: 

The Howlin’ Brothers are a three-piece string band that brings heart and passion into every performance. Their upbeat shows are heavy with original and traditional music, featuring the sounds of slide banjo, harmonica and old-time fiddle.