We met Claire Kelly fairly recently here in Nashville. Even more recently, she dropped this heartbreaking single before heading out on a summer tour of the Midwest.Hear Wednesday’s Daily Spinn
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In case you missed the announcement on the ol’ socials yesterday, UMC20’s new release day has been moved to Tuesday.Listen to UMC20
Back in January, you may recall that I brought you a little sample of what Longmont, Colorado’s Taylor Shae had in store for us with her then-upcoming album, High Stakes. Looking into singles “Nunavit” and “As I Please,” we discovered her deep, soulful, bluesy voice and crafty lyricism that set her apart from her peers at such a young age.Read Ralph’s Review
Handsome, thoughtful, and well-spoken, Christian Lopez is less concerned with the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle than with spending time back home with friends, family, and the old cars he and his dad like to tinker with.
At the same time, as interest in his multiple talents heats up, his fascination with discovering places, ideas, and music becomes stronger. Lopez has been stoking that fire for five years, since he began touring and learning how to turn a bunch of bar patrons into foot-stomping, cheering fans.Watch the video
Before Claire Kelly embarked on her current month-long tour of the Midwest, she left us with some new music.
Better break out the tissues for this one, y’all…Hear the Single
Sometimes, it’s OK to go without a silver lining. Suzie Brown explores this notion with her tender new slice of Americana, “C’mon Rain.”Hear the Single
Global citizen and folk singer Eli Lev is making the world a smaller place, one song at a time. Eli pens hymns for everyday enlightenment—songs that resonate because they’re heartfelt, earthy, and offer wisdom culled from self-discovery.Watch the video
Hadley Kennary is a songwriter creating a modern mosaic of pop, colored with infectious melodies, poetic prose, and multi-faceted stories, all blended together to create an undeniable work of art.Watch the video
There is a powerful candor in David Burchfield’s writing; it’s raw, emotive, and rich, with details that bring the listener right into the scene of his passion. Whether it is tragedy found or narrowly escaped, Burchfield’s writing exudes the joy of a man who knows how close the dark can creep to the light’s edgeWatch the video
As we established over the weekend, the urban country movement is a thing, and it’s happening all over the country.Listen to UMC20