Charley Crockett and Willie Nelson team up for the traditional country cut "That's What Makes The World Go Around" as their iconic voices melt together in perfect unison. Listen here
David Nance & Mowed Sound share the rock, blues and folk-infused single "Mock The Hours" from the band's self-titled debut (out Feb. 9). Listen here
Charles Wesley Godwin announced the first slate of shows for his upcoming 2024 headlining tour with the first stop coming to Richmond, Virginia on April 4. See full list of dates
Judy Blank & Dylan Earl
"Never Said A Word" (On Western AF)
The Journey of a Banjo Virtuoso
"House of Mercy" (Acoustic)
"Days Can Turn Around"
"Your Needs, My Needs" (Live from Red Rocks ‘23)
Old Crow Medicine Show
"Keel Over and Die" (Live at Ryman Auditorium)
PBS NewsHour Interview
"Kiss Me Deadly" (Live with the Make Out Quartet)
"[Shooter and I] formed a friendship after that and then got in the studio to make this record. The biggest influence he had, aside from producing the record, was the vibe. Just bringing the good vibes to the studio and making me feel comfortable, he feels like a cousin to me, so it felt natural." — Vincent Neil Emerson opens up about his connection with Shooter Jennings, creating his album Golden Crystal Kingdom and the songwriting process behind it. Read more
Nat Myers joins NPR's World Cafe to discuss his love for poetry, how he learned to busk in New York City, developing his guitar-playing style and working with Dan Auerbach on his album Yellow Peril. Listen here
"It's about trying to get free of something that's holding you back." — Lizzie No reveals the intentionality behind her newest album, Halfies (out Jan. 19), and her convictions about her place in America and the music industry as a woman of color. Read more
"To change this world for the better, we must engage in sacred creative communion and dare to care." — In preparation for her 2024 tour, Allison Russell profiles what to expect from her upcoming shows, her joy of seeing others thrive, and what's on the horizon with her own memoir. Read more
Darrell Scott sits down on the Basic Folk podcast to reveal the significance behind the album cover for his band's newest album, his relationship with Tim O'Brien, and having accessibility to traditional music. Listen here
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