It’s A Family Affair: Brothers Lan Law Speak To Us About Their Song ‘Hillbilly Legal’, Working With Family, And What Lies Ahead

Back in April we wrote about Lan Law, and ‘Hillbilly Legal’, their Bluegrass single. Lan Law comprises brothers Lance Curtis and Lawson Wayne, and it’s a real family affair, with their parents also actively involved their career. We spoke to the duo and dug in a bit deeper to find out what makes them tick.

Lisa Michelle Anderson Releases New Single And Video ‘Joy Callin” And We’re Right Here To Share The Joy With Her

Released March 21, ‘Joy Callin” is the new single from Lisa Michelle Anderson. The artist, who was raised in South East Kansas on Dolly Parton’s music before moving to Australia, where she learned to play guitar, is now back in the US, where she’s based in The Berkshires, Massachusetts.

We Speak With Blues Legend Albert Cummings About His Music, His New Single ‘Need Somebody’, And His Favourite Guitar

Albert Cummings has just released his latest album, ‘TEN’, along with new single, ‘Need Somebody’, and with that in mind, we dropped him a few questions.

Bailey Bigger Wants Us To Know She’s In Love – And It’s ‘You, Somehow’

With lyrics like “I love you in the kitchen on a Tuesday night” and “I love you on a weekend by the firelight” it’d be easy to dismiss Bailey Bigger’s song, ‘You, Somehow’, as simplistic; but the song is so much more than that.

Mark Rogers Wants To Tell Us It’s All Going To Be Okay – ‘Just So You Know’

Virginia based artist Mark Rogers with his new single ‘Just So You Know’ out tomorrow August 27, he wants to shine a light on the positives to be found in all this world-wide mess.

Sturgill Simpson Returns With All New Surprise Bluegrass Album

Sturgill Simpson has released his second surprise bluegrass album in two months: Cuttin’ Grass’ Vol 2 – The Cowboy Arms Sessions (Vol 1 released in October).  Produced by David Ferguson, Cuttin’ Grass Vol 2 is out now digitally on High Top Mountain Records via Thirty Tigers/The Orchard.  Vinyl preorder available now for release April 2, 2021.

NO STRINGS ATTACHED – Arizona’s Meat Puppets Return With Original Line Up For New Album ‘Dusty Notes’

Best known for their appearance on Nirvana’s MTV Unplugged performance in 1993, Meat Puppets have been quietly churning out consistently fine records in a variety of genres for the best part of 40 years.

Ben Somers Releases New Album, ‘Poor Stuart’

Ben Somers is a musician who has been around music all his life. His Dad, Steve Somers, who was and is an active artist has inspired him and helped him become the folk and jazz artist he is today.

David Haerle – ‘Do You Know Surrender?’

Once again David Haerle has opened the door of his studio to director Sabrina Doyle, and recorded a video for his latest song, ‘Do You Know Surrender?’.

David Haerle – ‘Finding Natalie’

Los Angeles singer songwriter David Haerle’s new single, ‘Finding Natalie’, is from his album, ‘Garden Of Edendale’, set for release in June this year. Hearle divides his time between writing and recording his own music and his role as president of the LA based independent record company, CMH Label Group.

Bryan Fox – ‘I Saw My Ex-Wife Workin’ At The Bait Pro’

Bryan Fox is a whole lot of country and a little bit rock and roll. The Louisville, Kentucky native works as a dentist by day but music is where his heart lays, and he makes regular trips to Nashville and California to write and record music. Bryan’s song, ‘I Saw My Ex-Wife Workin’ At The Bass Pro’ was first released on his 2010 album ‘Big City Lights’, and six years later he released sophomore album, ‘It’s Gonna Be That Kind Of Night’. In 2017 he dug through his song catalogue to find the one which would lend itself best to a video: ‘Bass Pro’ leapt out at him. When Bass Pro denied his request to shoot the clip in their store, he decided to rework the song as a parody, and ‘Bait Pro’ was born.

Free Willy – ‘Remember the Alamo’

‘Remember The Alamo’, the new album from Free Willy, is a collection of twelve tracks in Americana, alt country, and bluegrass styles. The quartet hails from Crockett, Texas, and comprises WB Jones on lead vocals and rhythm guitar; Jim Taylor on bass and backing vocals; Spence Peppard on lead guitar, drums, and backing vocals, as well as lead vocals on ‘American Medley’; Kevin Carter on fiddle and mandolin, and Steve DeVries on banjo and harmonica.