High Octane ’60s retro Rock and Roll from The Woggles.
From his debut record, CeeLo Green is Thomas Callaway, where he plays it straight as part of the team at Easy Eye Sound.
Kendell Marvel is one of the up and coming Country voices in the Waylon Jennings Mold. Here, he covers the classic Lee Hazelwood Country-politan hit song, “Houston.”
From what might seem like an unlikely pairing, Psych-Lite rockers Los Coast join forces with Gary Clark Jr. on a beautiful and timely rendition of the classic song.
One of the purveyors of the Gothic Country craze that seems to be sweeping the country, Charlie Crockett along with Orville Peck is turning the genre on its ear with his new record, Welcome To Hard Times.
Here at Rock is the New Roll we are big fans of Low Cut Connie. Normally this merry band of Philadelphia pranksters cranks out utter mayhem with their over the top bombastic blend of cabaret-style Rock and Roll. Here frontman ivory tickler Adam Weiner takes things down low and slow, and we really like it.
Dallas based Joshua Ray Walker is one of the fresh voices on the Americana music scene. His songs are all about Honky Tonks, lives lived, and loves lost.
Sweet Spirit is one of our favorite new bands. And yes, I know we say that a lot. But, we really mean it this time. This Austin based band that features eclectic Pop and Soul driven by frontwoman Sabrina Ellis and company have delivered a next level record with their latest, Trinidad.
This band of teenagers just might be the next Greta Van Fleet without the annoying Led Zeppelin comparisons. Tesla endorsed, thankfully, the band name has nothing to do with Sammy Hagar.
Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires perform their most excellent version of Warren’s “Mutinineers” Live from Carters Vintage Guitars. An epic version of an epic song.