Echoes of childhood dreams wander in and out of “Muddy Water” from the Deslondes’ Hurry Home album.
And old-school blues number with great acoustic string work and backing band, from Jefrrey Halford’s Rainmaker album.
Upbeat, feel-good song about riots in the street. All I can say is Poke Lafarge makes it work. From his Manic Revelations album.
Slaid Cleaves sings about average guys. Steve Earle sings about Outlaws. Jefferson Ross sings about family. Andy Neil & Roosevelt Collier don’t sing at all.
Hard driving, foot stomping ballad from a live performance by Jeffrey Halford & The Healers. The song is from his Railbirds album.
Title track from their Moonlight Anthems album. Fun, sunny, soul sounds from a performance at the Music City Roots.
This is a moody almost ethereal song called “Fill Me Up” from Amilia K. Spicer’s Wow And Flutter album, which highlights her vocal style.
Wall of sound rock & roll from the wilds of southern Louisiana from Rod Melancon’s Southern Gothic album.
Sarah Shook and the Disarmers bring some much needed cathartic rock back to the Americana Music scene.
This is a very cool cover of the famous Tom Petty song. It’s done as sort of a hip/folky anthem. I think it really makes the song lyrics shine