Elise Okusami, aka Oceanator, has been playing music in some form since she was 9 years old. Here, she brings to mind Vampire Weekend on this upbeat semi-romper.
If you have not given your ears the pleasure of hearing Zephaniah Ohar’s 2017 album This Highway, do so post-haste. Here, as he gets ready to lay out his new record later in the year he channels Glen Campbell ’70s Smooth-Country in epic fashion.
The latest single from the Texas treasure, Jack Ingram. This one will take you back to simpler times.
Part outlaw, part country, a whole lot of Rock and Roll, and all bad-ass. Tenessee Jet is priming the pump here for his proper release later in the year.
Sari Schorr stalks the stage like some sort of panther hybrid of Janis Joplin and Melissa Etheridge.
A lot of artists are laying down some tasty cover morsels during these pandemic times. Here, Lachy Doley and his band The Lachy Doley Group deliver one of the best extended-jam versions of The Spencer Davis Group’s “Gimme Some Lovin” your ears will ever have the pleasure of hearing. The sweet Hammond organ wrestling courtesy of Darren Percival is worth the price of admission alone on this one.
Another one of the new Outlaw Country artists busting on the scene. Here, Mo Pitney delivers the goods with a special guest pop-up courtesy of Jamey Johnson.
With Sharon Jones gone Jessie Wagner might be the next Neo-Soul singer superstar. Having worked with Lenny Kravitz, Duran Duran, Chic, and Stevie Van Zandt just to name a few her soon to be released new record should be epically soul-satisfying.
Don’t get excited Midland fans. This single is from their 2019 must-hear record Let It Roll not from a soon to be released new album. For those that think Midland is a bit Yacht Rock for your delicate ears, this cust will only serve to enforce your quite accurate assessment of this band on some of their songs.
Very much in The Cadillac Three mold, Christopher Shayne tears it up in the mold of the devil spawn of Blackberry Smoke and ZZ Top.