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Justin Townes Earle is set to return with The Saint of Lost Causes on May 24th, 2019.  The 12-song set was co-produced by Earle and his longtime engineer Adam Bednarik and was recorded at Sound Emporium in Nashville, TN.  Founded by Cowboy Jack Clement in 1969, Sound Emporium has hosted country luminaries such as Johnny Cash and Kenny Rogers as well as R.E.M., and countless other historic artists.

Few musicians know what it’s like to leave New Orleans for California, record an album with a few absolutely legendary musicians, and return home in time to release said album and play the main stage at one of the world’s most beloved music festivals—but by the time the second weekend of New Orlean’s Jazz and Heritage Festival rolls around, Anders Osborne will. On April 26th, Osborne’s Buddha and the Blues will be released worldwide on Back On Dumaine Records. With the title in hand from the start, Osborne had a clear vision of how his new record should resonate, noting that,&nbsp

Alabama roots singer/guitarist Adam Holt announces a May 31st release date for his new CD, Kind of Blues, on Zenith Records, a 10-song showcase of his incredibly soulful vocals and blistering blues/southern rock guitar work. Nine tunes are originals, with a dreamy version of Bob Dylan’s “Lay Lady, Lay” closing out the disc.

Blues, folk and bluegrass singer, Trevor Hall, and his touring mates, Dirtwire, drops their latest single, “Strength In One.” The song is in honor of their world tour where they treated concert-goers to a sneak preview of the single before officially dropping it for the world to enjoy today.

Brooklyn-based ensemble, Cousin Earth, are announcing their 24-date spring tour which has already begun. The tour includes the band's first Southeastern run, two 4/20 shows in the Charleston area, and several festivals.

Michael Franti & Spearhead are set to tour throughout the summer in celebration of their critically acclaimed new album Stay Human Vol. II, out now on Thirty Tigers. The tour includes a number of headlining shows plus a run of co-headlining dates with Ziggy Marley as well as performances in support of Sublime with Rome.

Arlo Guthrie returned to Santa Barbara’s historic Lobero Theater to play a sold-out concert on Tuesday, March 19th. The iconic singer-songwriter, most famous for his anti-war protest anthem, Alice’s Restaurant, celebrated that song’s 50th anniversary two years ago, with a concert that was one of many that he has played at the Lobero. This year’s concert celebrated the 50th Anniversary of Alice’s Restaurant movie and featured three distinctive sets of music.

Commemorating the 15th anniversary of the fan favorite Anchor Drops, Umphrey's McGee is proud to announce Anchor Drops Redux, an expanded edition of the album and first ever vinyl pressing. The pending release, announced this morning during an interview with Ari Fink on SiriusXM's Jam On, features two distinct versions of the record, a remastered edition of the original mix and a remixed version from the original master tapes.

Today, IBMA Momentum Award winners, Instrumental Performance, Emerging Artist nominees Mile Twelve release their new full-length album, City on a Hill.

Less than a year after the release of their critically acclaimed album Performance, the ever-prolific White Denim have today released their new album Side Effects via City Slang, now available for purchase or streaming