Undivided Heart & Soul by JD McPherson, defies easy labeling, twisting various strands of rock and roll into a single package of heartfelt and soulful music.
On Eilen Jewell’s Down Hearted Blues, you’ll enjoy her effortless, easy paced seductive vocals, superb arrangements and stellar guitar playing.
Whitney Rose sings ballads with a voice that takes you right back to the 50’s or 60’s. But the album also reflects her struggles with contemporary issues
All the tracks are beautifully nailed and the simplicity of arrangement and production, which seemed a hallmark of 1960’s and 70’s FAME, is evident.
Swampland Jewels has something for both the long-time aficionado and the listener who is just curious to know more about this fascinating music.
You would be hard-pressed to find a better example of the diverse roots of Americana than Sherman Holmes’s The Richmond Sessions
Hallelujah Anyhow is full of intelligent lyrics and laid back singer songwriter/rock which nods to Van Morrison, Bob Dylan and early 70’s Rolling Stones.
Instantaneously recognizable as the New Orleans sound – loud, loose, lots of brass, bluesy, a slightly slurred vocal and not least driven by a thumping bass
As Platt strutted her stuff up front the band shared ‘off camera’ grins and nods as they took their solos.
Forever and Then Some by Lillie Mae feels new & familiar, fusing country, alt-rock, bluegrass and pop music.