The best country music paints the picture of salt-of-the-earth, everyday people going through everyday events. These are the people working for a living, enjoying life’s simple pleasures and, yes, even enduring heartbreak from time to time.Hear the EP
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Kara Frazier is making quite a name for herself in Nashville. The Jacksonville, Florida native has spent a good deal of time in Nashville with GRAMMY-winning songwriter and producer Shannon Sanders, who is known for his work with the likes of John Legend, India Arie, and P!nk.Read more
Indie rock veterans Roi and the Secret People are known throughout the northeast for putting on a live show with an energy that few can match. Taking its cues from frontman Mike Roi, the band’s dedication to putting on a true performance captivates audiences who come into RSP’s sphere, every time out.Read more
Just before 2018 drew to a close, the world was treated to “Leave Me the Way You Found Me,” the six-track, acoustic-alternative EP from Pennsylvania native Brandon Bors.Read more
Katie Cole has built an impressive career since coming to the United States from her native Australia; one which has taken her to iconic venues, legendary studios, and has connected her with her heroes. As a songwriter and touring musician, her success story is built on the tenets of hard work, a reverence for music, and a common reassurance whenever opportunities arise.
“You’ll work it out,” Cole recalls telling herself. “Say yes to the opportunity. Say yes to the right people, and you’ll work it out.”
After releasing their debut EP “Brain Potion” in March, Kutztown, PA’s Scruft got right back to work and their latest effort drops today. “The Curse of the Scruft” is a unique blend of punk and psychedelic rock, and is a nice follow-up to their earlier release.
Alyssa Dodge is a teenage singer-songwriter from Gilbertsville, PA. Her brand new debut EP, “Temporary Nothing,” is available now on all digital platforms. Let’s give her a listen together.
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Today, we take a ride on the internet highway to Williamsburg, VA to listen to Scott Grim’s solo debut. The two-song “Hallelujah, Then,” released in October 2018, is a story about love, loss, and religion, and offers a stark contrast in styles from one song to the next.
Kara Hartzell’s self-titled 4-song EP is a moving story about heartbreak and life’s sudden — and sometimes, unexpected — changes. Recognizing, accepting, and moving on from life-changing events is something we all have to face at some point in our lives. To do so can be challenging and often frightening. It takes strength and courage to fight through it and move on. It’s even harder to share that with the world but, that’s exactly what Kara does with her latest release (July 2018).
I consider myself very fortunate to have had the opportunity to travel to different places to hear and discover new music. I feel that even moreso in recent months, having been able to travel and have people from other areas discover me.