The Roosevelts, a duo composed by the talents of Jason Kloess and James Mason, is a positive testament to the ever-growing music scene in Music City, U.S.A.. If you’re wondering how they got their name, Jason says it best: “It was President’s Day. It was our first day in the studio. We had the songs, […]Read more "Talking with The Roosevelts"
Hailing from Austin, by way of the UK, Beat Root Revival is a folk duo composed by Ben Jones and Andrea Magee. On May 13th of this year, the duo released their self-titled album through New Orleans-based, Toulouse Records. With a collection of sentimental stories and unforgettable hooks, the album allows for two worlds to […]Read more "Beat Root Revival at Mercy Lounge 8/5/16"
Have you yet to witness a musical take on politics? I was in the same boat until I got news of Republican Hair; a faceless, musical project that seeks to point out the underlining theatrics in all things political. Inspired by the current election cycle, conservative quaff’s and the practice of songwriting, the lead representative of Republican […]Read more "Luke Dick Talks Music & Politics"
“Take one pint of water, add a half pound of sugar, the juice of eight lemons, the zest of half a lemon. Pour the water from one jug then into the other several times. Strain through a clean napkin,” Beyonce says in the last phase (Redemption) of her twelve part visual, which aired on HBO […]Read more "The Recipe for LEMONADE"
Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen are putting their own spin on Bluegrass music and having fun doing it! Last month they performed at Station Inn here in Nashville as a part of their 2016 album release tour. Appropriately named, this album contains collaborations with Frank’s family (mother, father and cousins), as well as many of […]Read more "Frank Solivan’s ‘Family, Friends & Heroes’ Album Review"
It took some time away in London to bring this Cali girl’s heart to her musical roots. Violet Delancey grew up in Southern California, but you’d never know it when you listen to her Emmylou-inspired vocals and storyteller songwriting. I met with Violet this week at Frothy on 8th to chat about her new album […]Read more "Across the Table with Violet Delancey"
There’s a truth to Erin Rae that makes her just as intriguing as her music. She’s been a Nashville native since she was eleven years old, living in almost every neighborhood the city has to offer. It was a bucket list wish of hers to play in-store at Grimey’s records, attached to Frothy Monkey on […]Read more "Across the Table with Erin Rae"