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Irish Contemporary Singer-Songwriter Siobhán O’Brien Announces Third Full-Length Album “You Can’t Run Out of Love” Out Late January 2020

(New York, NY) November 2019: Conveying honesty and vulnerability, contemporary singer-songwriter Siobhán O’Brien is excited to announce her new album You Can’t Run Out of Love, out late January 2020. Recorded in Austin, Texas, at Cicada Moon Studios, O’Brien worked alongside John Bush (percussionist for Edie Brickell &  New Bohemians) and Matt Hubbard (keyboardist for Edie Brickell &  New… Continue reading

Miss Bix & The Blues Fix has the Spotlight Album for December, “We Don’t Own The Blues”

  I know it’s early in the month to announce Decembers album of the month but as you can see we need to do some work on the promotion material.   BIOGRAPHY LESLIE BIXLER aka MISS BIX aka LESLIE LETVEN has been writing, recording and performing since her early twenties. … Continue reading

November’s Album of the Month will be….. SEAN POLUK’S “NEVER GOING TO LOSE”

  A decision taken after much difficulty. So many great albums have been sent to us lately the choice was hard almost cruel. Why did “NEVER GOING TO LOSE” get it’s nose in front and win the race? Songs being “Radio Friendly” helped. Sean is a great guy but then… Continue reading

Jimmy ‘Duck’ Holmes – Cypress Grove. This weeks TME.fm Radio Review from Jon Hutchinson

No self respecting guitarist would ever admit they can’t play the blues, the chords are pretty simple, all you have to do is play a 1, 4, 5 progression, when you get to the end, put a little ‘turnaround’ piece in there and hey, you’re playing the blues. You’re not,… Continue reading

Sound Arts Recording Studio Incorporates New Music Delivery Mechanism For Artists

Americana Folk artist Courtney Hale-Revia among the first to adopt technology If CDs are going away what will you sell at your live shows?  Today’s Artists Read the Tea Leaves CDs are going away and where does that leave merchandise sales at live performances?  Performances are one of the few… Continue reading

Alexa Rose – Medicine for Living Reviewed by Jon Hutchinson for TME.fm Radio

  There is fascination in vulnerability, we are beguiled by a stranger who chooses to share their emotions and history, their short story relationships that turned out to be sometimes painful yet deficient chapters in a novel none of us ever seem to finish. We can be beguiled by the… Continue reading

Album review: Dan Bern – Regent Street

  If Dan Bern didn’t exist, Jack Kerouac would have met him on the road and invented the character. Huddled over cheap scotch in some post-colonial hotel, the upper floors held up by long white planks and pretty windows that screech in complaint when pulled up, they shelter from the… Continue reading

Rick Faris – Debut Album – Release for Pre-sale

The debut album from Rick Faris, Breaking In Lonesome, releases to radio and for fan pre-order in advance of its Nov 15, 2019 commercial release. Containing a bulk of new bluegrass originals, and backed by a cast of talent, this long-awaited project showcases Rick’s depth of musicality and solid footprint in the genre.… Continue reading

Libby Koch to Release New Album, Redemption 10 in October

  Libby Koch : Redemption 10 : Live At Blue Rock Release Date : October 18th Americana, Country, Folk www.LibbyKoch.com  Facebook : Twitter : Instagram Hear “Just The Way” on Americana Highways   “In an era of widespread vocal sweetness, Libby Koch has that rare blend of powerful real-life honesty in her vocals that lends… Continue reading