With a rhythm section that was good enough for Stevie Ray Vaughan, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and his band pretty much scorch the earth on this one.
Another eclectically cool artist from Dan Auerbach and his table from Easy Eye Sound operating out of Nashville. The new record comes out on February 22nd but here is an early listen to this one that should make Yola one of the breakthrough artists of 2019. This one would make Burt Bacharach proud.
Much in the mold of The Lumineers or Vance Joy This Wild Life is comprised of Anthony Del Grosso on guitar and Kevin Jordon on vocals and guitar. Changing up from a full band to an acoustic duo in 2010 there is a Milk Carton Kids Vibe with their latest 2018 release Petaluma.
All is right with the world when there is a new David Gray bubbling up in the atmosphere. It is actually pretty ear boggling to think that he has not released a proper album since Mutineers in 2015. Thankfully, all of that is about to change on March 8th with the release of Gold In The Brass Age. “The Sapling” is the first single and video from the album.
Much like John Prine, John Hiatt is an undervalued National treasure. “Cry to Me” is the latest video to be released from his 2018 release, The Eclipse Sessions.
From a small village in Scotland, James Yorkston produces elegant pastoral songs bringing to mind Bert Jansch and John Martyn. His latest record, The Route To Harmonium comes out on February 22nd.
The boys from Greta Van Fleet make their Saturday Night Live debut singing “Black Smoke Rising.” If the hype surrounding this Rock and Roll band has sucked you into its vortex yet there is still time to jump on the bandwagon.