Sugar Fitz — comprised of songwriters Carrie Welling and Brianna Sage — bring their “brash, bold, and seemingly out of nowhere” style to this girl-powered edition of Wine & Whine, a UMC Fun -N- Games segment sponsored by City Winery Nashville.Watch it Live! (6 p.m. CT)
Tag Archives: acoustic music
Growing apart is never easy. There is always sorrow in realizing that “the one” is no longer the one for you.Read more
Brian and Jon from King Locomotive stopped by Helping Our Music Evolve for a game of charades with Michelle Stone and Jenna Rose — and truly, we make it up as we go along!
Watch to get to know the guys and to see how our game turns out, and don’t forget to stick around until the end for a special in-studio performance!Watch it Live! (6 p.m. CT)
We don’t use the term “supergroup” lightly when we talk about Songs From the Road Band. You’ll understand why, when we tell you that the North Carolina bluegrass outfit consists of:
Mark Schimick, award-winning mandolin player
Charles Humphrey III, Grammy-winning bassist and North Carolina Music Hall of Famer
Two-time National Fiddle Champion James Schlender
Vocalist and bluegrass ambassador Sam Wharton
Summer officially begins on Saturday, which means this week’s UMC20 playlist is here to kick it off!Listen to UMC20
When genre-bending acoustic supergroup Hawktail comes to Little Harpeth Brewing this Friday night, they will do so in celebration of Formations, their new album which serves as the band’s most cohesive representation of its musical vision to date.Read more
As Micah Butler proved at our Underground Writers Round this past November, she needs nothing more than an acoustic guitar and her voice to leave jaws on the floor in amazement.
But, in case you missed the fun that night, here’s some live-action proof that you can watch anytime.Watch ‘Close Enough’
Tonight, the Love Ran Red Foundation will host its Beer, Wine, & Swine benefit for adults with autism and developmental disabilities at 5047 Hamilton Blvd. in Wescosville, PA. For $20, patrons will enjoy barbecue, craft beer, local wines and, of course, live music.
One of the musicians performing, contemporary Christian artist Daimon Price, will perform on the benefit with his 16-year-old son, Jareth, supporting a cause that hits close to home. The below piece are Daimon’s own words about the importance of using music to support a cause.
I was going to take photos to accompany a write-up of Thursday night’s Cypher at Allentown’s Coffee House Without Limits but, truth be told, I was having too much fun participating.