Blog Archives

Defibulators: 
Corn Money

The Defibulators have emerged as one of the most engaging live acts from the thriving roots scene in Brooklyn, NY – melding bluegrass, rockabilly, honky-tonk, and punk into their own eclectic sound. CBGB’s-meets-Grand Ole Opry, indeed.

Holy Ghost Tent Revival: 
Wish it was Easy

Characterized as “explosively intoxicating,” Greensboro, North Carolina’s Holy Ghost Tent Revival cannot be pigeonholed into any popular genre. Melding brass with banjo, guitar, bass, drums and keys, this six-piece ensemble boasts an eclectic mash of instruments and styles – a musical alchemy all their own.

Holy Ghost Tent Revival: 
Walking Over My Grave

Characterized as “explosively intoxicating,” Greensboro, North Carolina’s Holy Ghost Tent Revival cannot be pigeonholed into any popular genre. Melding brass with banjo, guitar, bass, drums and keys, this six-piece ensemble boasts an eclectic mash of instruments and styles – a musical alchemy all their own.

Black Lillies: 
No It Ain't My Fault

Born in the rumbling cab of a stone truck and aged in the oak of Tennessee’s smoky night haunts, The Black Lillies have come to the forefront of the Americana scene in little more than a year. Founded by multi instrumentalist and vocalist Cruz Contreras (co-founder of Robinella and the CCstringband), The Black Lillies have created their own unique brand of country, roots, rock and blues via Appalachia.

Cutthroat Shamrock: 
High Noon

Hailing from the foothills of East Tennessee, Cutthroat Shamrock combines the speed of bluegrass with the drive and energy of punk rock and then tops it all off with a little Celtic influence. Harmony and character emerge from the lyrics, telling stories of long ago yet making them seem anew; songs about hard work and death that make it nearly impossible not to finish your pint and have another.

Cutthroat Shamrock: 
Long Gravel Road

Hailing from the foothills of East Tennessee, Cutthroat Shamrock combines the speed of bluegrass with the drive and energy of punk rock and then tops it all off with a little Celtic influence. Harmony and character emerge from the lyrics, telling stories of long ago yet making them seem anew; songs about hard work and death that make it nearly impossible not to finish your pint and have another.

Morning Pages: 
Lay Me Down

Blending the speed and sophistication of the city with the organic depth of the country, The Morning Pages bring a deep, rural passion to the New York City music scene.

Morning Pages: 
Smokey Mountain Hideaway

Blending the speed and sophistication of the city with the organic depth of the country, The Morning Pages bring a deep, rural passion to the New York City music scene.

Miss Tess: 
Song for a Southern Boy

Miss Tess is a New York City based songwriter and performing musician, who tours regularly with her band, as “Miss Tess & The Bon Ton Parade”. This eclectic group has earned a widespread following for its blend of vintage and modern music, encompassing styles of jazz, blues, country, and folk.

Shotgun Party: 
Red Rocking Chair

The original Shotgun Party trio met in a little Texas dive bar in 2006. They got their start performing weekly at Austin’s own Continental Club. Sparks flew and now Shotgun Party, the Austin based trio, really knows how to fire up a crowd. Their original songs are beautiful and timeless drawing influences from early blues, country, bluegrass and depression-era swing.