Spend some time with Lionheart the debut record from singer songwriter H.C. McEntire. “One Great Thunder,” both the song and the video is a study in sublime calmness.
Donna The Buffalo the feel good Roots Rock/Americana band out of Trumansburg, N.Y. joins the Jam in the Van crew for a zydeco romp and roll.
The latest single and video to be released from, I’ll Be Your Girl, the newest, and quite possibly the greatest, album by The Decemberists. The hero of this video is 7’2″ Jacob, he of the size 22 shoes. Watch as Jacob quite literally takes flight with a message to us all. It is ok to different.
The band Wyldlife is one of several bands that are carrying on the spirit of Rock and Roll. This New Jersey band is signed to Little Steven’s Wicked Cool Records.
“Loving You” is the second single off of Jonathan Wilson’s upcoming album Rare Birds, out now on Bella Union.
Recorded live in 2015 as part of the Jools Holland annual new years eve annual Hootenanny.
Rare Birds, the latest Psychedelic Pop masterpiece from Jonathan Wilson is destined for a spot in the top ten of best albums of the year once the year comes to an end. The video for the latest single features Wilson slow cruising down Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles rolling past The Whiskey, The Troubadour, The Rainbow Room and several other iconic locations along the way.
The second single from Kick Out the Twang.
Maybe, if it weren’t for their unfortunate band name this group would be a bit more famous than they are. And they are not very famous, but they are whole lot of fun. Their latest record, Kick Out The Twang, features everything you would want in a honky tonk Rock and Roll band. Foot-stomping tunes about drinking, heartache, and failure just like Hank, Johnny Cash, Willie, and Joe Ely would sing about. The sound is a bit ramshackle at times in all the best of ways. Think Bottle Rockets and Commander Cody here.
In this short film, Prine spends a typical afternoon driving around Nashville while talking about his journey from midwestern mailman to career songwriter. He plays an emotional version of “Summer’s End,” from The Tree of Forgiveness, his first album in 13 years, while fans including Dan Auerbach, Rosanne Cash and Todd Snider share their favorite Prine lyrics.