Americana

  • Six Mile Grove: “Million Birds” – a great band vibe!

    Self-managed, self-produced, and self-recorded band, Six Mile Grove, is comprised of Brandon Sampson (Lead vocals, rhythm guitar, and harmonica), Barry Nelson (Backing vocals, Wurlitzer, Hammond Organ, piano and lead guitar), Dezi Wallace (Bass guitar, banjo, and mandolin), Brian Sampson (Drums and percussion) and John Wheeler (Pedal steel, dobro, accordion)....
  • Tia McGraff: “Stubborn In My Blood” is an excellent showcase of her awesome talents!

    Tia McGraff is an internationally-renowned, award-winning singer-songwriter and author from Toronto, Ontario Canada. Tia is accompanied by Tommy Parham, her musical and life-time partner. The two met and married while living in Nashville, TN and have enjoyed an extensive career performing, songwriting and recording together for more than 12...
  • The Gary Douglas Band: “Million Miles Away” – a sense of purpose!

    Even when Gary Douglas indulges in modern production flourishes, his songwriting always hews close to the sound and spirit of the roots Americana heritage: tough, straight-talking, occasionally sentimental, adjacent to the rebel spirit of rock n’ roll. At the same time Douglas doesn’t fall into the same trap we’re...
  • Russell Lee: “Meant To Be” – hook-filled melodies and a passionate vocal approach

    Russell Lee, the Canadian country-rock, singer-songwriter has released his 7 track album “Meant To Be”. The record wavers through rockers, ballads and somewhere in between with the common thread through it all being the lyrics and passionate vocals from Lee. The artist shows a knack for making an album...
  • John Tracy: “Love True Just For You” – an earnest, deeply talented songwriter!

    John Tracy is decidedly one of the most talented active Americana singer-songwriters in the indie industry, and by all counts, extremely prolific, considering the Virginia-based artist released his seventh album last year. In a more just world, John would be widely recognized for the excellent songwriter and musician he...
  • Divine AF: “This Side of Desire” – a daring and deliberate record!

    This is one of those albums you don’t expect in 2019, and aren’t quite sure what to make of the diversity of it all, off the cuff,  but once you listen to it a couple times, it becomes one of those recordings you will continue listening to for the...
  • Zama Rripa: “American Soul” is as tender as it is scathingly focused!

    The artist Zama Rripa is best described as a liberty-peace-love-minded-street-busking-singer-songwriter switching time between Miami, Florida, USA and Los Angeles, California, USA. Zama plays guitar, harmonica, drums, percussion and keys. The songs on the album “American Soul” – released on October 26, 2018 — were recorded with musicians from around...
  • Trio Of Awesuhm: “Cowboys&Aliens” – Storytellers with something worthwhile to say!

    Trio Of Awesuhm is the moniker of singer-songwriter Monica Uhm and her collective of diverse and talented collaborators she’s met and worked with through the years. The New York based band’s sound has been described as “philoso-folk on the rocks”. The project’s debut album is called “Cowboys&Aliens” which has...
  • Derek Lee Goodreid: “Beneath Starry Skies” – Naked Earnestness!

    First there was “God, The Devil and I”, then “Feel It!”, and now Australian singer-songwriter, Derek Lee Goodreid completes the trilogy of albums with “Beneath Starry Skies” – his most poignantly personal recording thus far. Every album that Derek has brought out has been a special gem. They are recordings...