Enter the Haggis
Indie Canadian World-Fusion Folk/Rock band Enter the Haggis recently released their tenth studio album, The Modest Revolution, created entirely on the contents of one day in one newspaper . . .
Bronze Radio Return
Journeying to the heart of American roots music from Appalachian mountains to remote Maine . . .
Have you ever heard of a band that doesn't fit into any category or genre? A style that's kind of a non-genre, you can hear the influences in their music . . .
No one family in the industry today has done more to bring music to the masses, accept the Jacksons, then that of Derek Trucks . . .
The daughter of music legend Levon Helm and singer/songwriter Libby Titus Fagen, Helm wields a powerful voice that can both stir and soothe . . .
From the New Orleans jazz revival, Meschiya formed The Little Big Horns Jazz Band in the Spring of 2009 . . .
Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina last century, Alejandro Federico Lerner studied classical piano, orchestration and jazz in Buenos Aires and New York . . .
Chad Hollister Band
Chad Hollister Band hails from Vermont. They have been evolving and touring the country for over 15 years. . . .
Fans who have followed Umphrey's McGee for any period of time know that there are only two guarantees: you never know what you're going to get, and Umphrey's always delivers . . .
Alan Evans Trio
Alan Evans proudly presents the Alan Evans Trio, with Beau Sasser on B-3 and Danny Mayer on guitar, it is no surprise that AE3's sound proves hard-driving and groovy . . .
Jazz ambassador Tony Escapa toured with Ricky Martin's One World Tour and performed with Al Di Meloa, Caribbean Jazz Project, David Sanchez, Steve Jenkins, Dana Leong . . .
From Seoul, S. Korea and Hollywood, a dynamic and versatile performer, a musician, dancer, and singer-songwriter with a pop flair and dynamic choreography . . .
Born in Salinas, California, Jackie Greene developed an interest in music at a young age, starting with the piano. His early influences included B.B. King, Buddy Guy . . .
The jazz-funk fusion band Galactic was formed 18 years ago in New Orleans . . .
You turn on the radio driving in your car, there's a song on with a real funky drive to it. Some slappin' and poppin' of the strings, with a groovy walk in the breakdown . . .
Formed in San Francisco 1991 by vocalist/pianist Adam Duritz and producer/guitarist David Bryson, Counting Crows have been drawing crowds for two decades . . .
Matt has kept time for Velvet Revolver, Guns N' Roses, Hawk, The Cult, Slash's Snakepit, Y Kant Tori Read (fronted by Tori Amos) and MotÃ¶rhead. . . .
In the music world there are times that a new genre pops up on the radar. The punk scene and movement, which started back in the late 1970's, has seen . . .
Nicki Bluhm and the Gramblers
a luminous, heartfelt patchwork of California folk-rock, brisk Americana and show-stopping soul, punctuated with fresh four-part harmonies, crisp rock guitar and Nicki's soaring, nuanced vocals . . .
Turkuaz explodes with energy and driving music, overwhelming and captivating audiences with their unique blend of power funk, world-pop, R&B and other influences . . .
Once in a while a genre comes along that changes the face of music as we know it. When Rock N Roll took over the scene, some 60+ years ago . . .
instrumental, organ-driven funk in its purest form, erupting from the syncopated minds of power-drummer Russ Lawton and organ-wizard Ray Paczkowski . . .
Singer, songwriter, guitarist, producer: just a few hats worn by Buddy Miller, who has recorded with and/or produced a stunning array of artists. . . .
Zambrano presents a unique and original sound through an authentic instrument known as "Batyconga," the sound of which is special for its combination of elements of drums and percussion. . . .
Pianist, composer & producer Leo Z scores movies and has worked with Andrea Bocelli, Nathan Pacheco and Josh Groban, who recorded his "Oceano" . . .
Year of the Dragon
We set up Year of the Dragon to be a free creative outlet. The punk-metal, heavy guitars and saying whatever we want to without worrying about major label concerns. . . .
Every so often there comes along an artist that everyone, from critics to fans alike, can agree is a unique breath of fresh air in our time. Such is the case with the Magic of Andrew Cole. Andrew is one of those artists that is hard to put a label on. . . .
AFI (A Fire Inside)
AFI hails from Ukiah, California. Formed in 1991, AFI is an American alternative rock band consisting of the same lineup since 1998 . . .
Glitter Rose is an up and coming star hailing from Fort Worth, TX, a left handed outlaw who owns the stage with her amazing charisma and her unique rockin' country sound . . .
The "Kings of Chrome" have played together in their original lineup longer than any other blues rock band. That Little Ole Band from Texas an American classic . . .
One artist that has helped shape the Contemporary Country genre over the past 20 years is Tim McGraw, achieving what only a few great artists can accomplish in a lifetime. . . .
Johnny Rzeznik is an American songwriter, lead guitarist, vocalist and producer. He is best known as the frontman of rock band the Goo Goo Dolls, of whom he . . .
Granicy Square Band
The acoustic folk noir duet Granicy Square formed in 2013 after crossing paths on a zombie comedy movie set . . .
Rubblebucket is many things and nothing at all; it's a mindset, a legend, a feeling, a mystery; a mischievous, playful, boundary-smashing blast of sound . . .
Tanya developed her own unique music style, a powerful mix of Western & World music to end up with a spicy flavored rock style of her own . . .
Born and raised in Cape Town during Apartheid, the subjects of racial segregation and life in poverty have been central to many of his records . . .
Caravan of Thieves
Driving gypsy jazz rhythms, acoustic guitars, upright bass and violin lay the foundation for mesmerizing vocal harmonies and fantastic stories. It's theatrical and humorous . . .
Since their debut album in 1995, The Mule has released numerous albums, EP's and live albums, and become a staple act at music festivals around North America . . .
For the first time in 4 1/2 years, America's all time jam band Phish reunited for three concerts at the Hampton Coliseum in Hampton, Virginia, in March 2009 . . .