Americana

  • DownTown Mystic: “On E STREET” – the place to start for timeless rock n’ roll!

    Sha-La Music, Inc. announces the release of On E Street, a 4 song EP by US Rocker DownTown Mystic on UK Label Nub Music. The EP’s release date is December 1 and will be digitally distributed via ADA/Warner Music. The EP features rare studio performances by the Rock’n’Roll Hall of Fame rhythm section from...
  • Anitra Carr: “2017” has a large smattering of magic moments!

    Anitra Carr describes herself as “a girl from the Bronx who grew up singing in church and for endless hours with the radio. I’ve been singing for as long as I can remember. My influences are the women who sing!” She has taken inspiration and influences from notable legends...
  • Chris Sullivan: “By The Light Of The Radio” – the sound of a very good rock poet!

    Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, Chris Sullivan grew up in Charleston, South Carolina where he fell in love with and began playing music.  I won’t try and dazzle you with big fancy words or catch-phrases that no self-respecting music fan knows the meaning of. For music like this, you want...
  • David Vaters: “A Voice In The Wilderness Volume 2” – baring his soul

    “A Voice In The Wilderness Volume 2” finds David Vaters in top form. This is a beautiful complex album that highlights the full brilliance of David’s genius, as well as the serenity and wisdom of a long, full life. Those of you who have listened to the previous, ambitious...
  • Will Diehl: “Give It Time” lyrically empowers many others too!

    Will Diehl’s latest EP release, “Give It Time” beautifully walks the line between strong acoustic melodies and folk rock tendencies which capture the emotion Diehl puts into his tantalizing lyrics. The Manassas, VA singer-songwriter exhibits fluency when it comes to creating a mood that encapsulates the recording as a whole,...
  • The Jay Kipps Band: Roots Rock Spiced With Blues & Harmonica!

    If you like your roots rock crooned by a velvety voice, kissed by occasional harmonica and spiced with blues flavor, then the latest The Jay Kipps Band singles are just your style. The genre-defying Canadian-based band delights us with these tracks before the release of their upcoming album “How...
  • Unlikely Saints Deliver Aura and Spark!

    The Oregon coast band, Unlikely Saints is probably a name that needs some introduction. Not because they don’t have aura and spark in their music, but because they’re an independent band making music rather than packaging publicity stunts. The band is a collaborative effort made up of Jay Fleming...
  • David Vaters: “A Voice In The Wilderness Volume 1”

    This year Canadian born David Vaters released his first solo album “A Voice In The Wilderness Volume 1” on Feb 17. It’s an ambitious project showcasing a cast of a-league musicians which include: Tom Hemby on guitars and mandolin; John Hammond and Brian Fullen in the pocket; Jeff Cox on...
  • Amilia K Spicer: “Fill Me Up” is another gleaming gem

    If like me, you sometimes judge artists by the company they keep, then Amilia K Spicer would be on you’re A-list. A simple read through the credits on her latest album “Wow and Flutter” should be enough to convince you – Keyboardists  Rami  Jaffee (Wallflowers,  Foo  Fighters)  and  Mike ...