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GREG JACQUIN SHARES NEW ALBUM CLOCKS SLOW DOWN

LISTEN & SHARE: Greg Jacquin – Clocks Slow Down LP Soundcloud / Spotify / Bandcamp / Apple Music LISTEN & SHARE: Greg Jacquin – “Store Policy” Soundcloud / Spotify LISTEN & SHARE: Greg Jacquin – “Barry” Soundcloud / Spotify LISTEN & SHARE: Greg Jacquin – “Time Again” Soundcloud / Spotify “The singer-songwriter has spent much of his life with music at its center, a steady marker amidst the turbulence. Born in Tarrytown… Continue reading

TME.fm Radio Album of the Month…. is…. Beatles Blues Blast from Gaetano Letizia & the Underworld Blues Band

  Yes folks after much deliberation we have decided on our Album of the Month and what a treat it is, Beatles Blues Blast , 17 of the Liverpudlians great tunes Bluezed up by Gaetano and the boys.   The Fab Four are unquestionably one of the most influential groups of… Continue reading

Getaway by Abigail Lapell

Getaway Abigail Lapell February 1, 2019 “As (Getaway) unwinds, a palpable intensity mounts and gets under the skin.” – The Vinyl District Toronto vocalist, guitarist, and multi-instrumentalist Abigail Lapell is rewriting the narrative of her past in a new album that says farewell to transience, both emotional and physical. Recently engaged, and with… Continue reading

Jim Dan Dee the “Bourbon fueled Motown Blues” band and their self titled album arrives.

      After reading the reviews below I was delighted to receive “Jim Jam Dee” through the Blue Nowhere where band member Jason is a master of the IT world, well he can use email and dropbox. I’ve only listened to a couple of tracks and I’m well impressed… Continue reading

Pickathon Announces 2019 Lineup

  Pickathon Announces 2019 Lineup Pickathon returns to the woods outside Portland, Oregon from August 2-4, 2019, with an initial lineup to be released January 21. Pickathon has built a reputation over the last twenty years as the best festival experience, combing groundbreaking programming focused on discovery, sustainable ethics, and a lineup that pushes… Continue reading

The Honey Dewdrops’ new album, coming March 1st, chases the magic of spontaneity

Upcoming Release: March 1 Anyone Can See The Honey Dewdrops Release Date: March 1, 2019 Americana duo The Honey Dewdrops – Laura Wortman and Kagey Parrish– have long felt the push-and-pull between their original roots in the Appalachian mountains and their current home in urban Baltimore. You’ll hear it in their harmony soaked songs… Continue reading

TME.fm Radio Spotlight Artist Tomislav Goluban Straight into the Charts with 11th January 2019 released album “Chicago Rambler.”

Yes Tomi at #2, what a great start for yet another of our Spotlight Artists, next week entry into the main Blues Chart.   That’s not all though the track “Do the Right Thing” enters the Blues Single chart at #34. All this good news should come as no surprise… Continue reading

Guitar Virtuoso Brady Novotny’s “Passions Collide” On Eclectic And Inspirational Debut Album

Fresh off performing for 20,000 people over Christmas, the Pittsburgh-based guitarist, songwriter and worship leader is releasing his first album in February. “This album is going to set the guitar world on its ear…with Brady’s eclectic style, he’s solely in a category by himself.” — Michael Stover, President, MTS Management… Continue reading

Coming out January 18 Benny Turner & Cash McCall – Ging Back Home on NOLA BLUE RECORDS

NOLA BLUE, INC. was established in 2014 with blues legend Benny Turner as its first client.  Recognizing the need for Benny’s story to be told and music to be heard, work began across three major areas: worldwide distribution of his music, active marketing of him as a world-class performer and collection of photographs… Continue reading

Veteran Rocker John Vento Enlists Pittsburgh’s Finest On New Album “Love, Lust And Other Wreckage”

The semi-autobiographical album, scheduled for January 18th release is a soundtrack to a musical of the same name, penned by renowned playwright, Amy Hartman. John Vento is such an interesting human being. He’s as hard-working and blue collar as they come in this town.” — Michael Stover, President of MTS… Continue reading