​Brennen Leigh

​Brennen Leigh is a songwriter, guitar player, mandolin player and singer whose to-the-point storytelling style has elevated her to cult status in Europe, Scandinavia, across the United States, South America and most notably in her home of Austin, Texas. It’s easy to see why she’s caught the ear of greats … Continue reading

Watkins Family Hour – Watkins Family Hour

Born out of a long-term residency gig at L.A.’s popular nightclub Largo, Watkins Family Hour is a sort of variety show and spontaneous jam session hosted by multi-instrumentalist siblings Sean and Sara Watkins, formerly of the progressive bluegrass group Nickel Creek. Since 2002, the Watkins siblings have been offered the … Continue reading

Trent Dabbs – The Way We Look At Horses

Growing up in the rich literary and religious environment of Mississippi, and then moving straight into the country-soaked musical world of Nashville, Trent Dabbs has many stories to tell. Like Flannery O’Connor with her short story collection, A Good Man Is Hard To Find, Dabbs pieces his own spiritual and relational … Continue reading

Glen Campbell – ‘ll Be Me [Original Soundtrack]

The final chapters of Glen Campbell‘s life have played out like something from an old movie — just as Campbell was re-launching his career with the albums Meet Glen Campbell and Ghost on the Canvas, he was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease, and since then, the great singer and instrumentalist has … Continue reading

The Travelin’ McCourys / Keller Williams – Pick

Pick, Keller Williams’ 18th album and his debut with the first family of bluegrass, The Travelin’ McCourys, is a wonderful mixture of Keller’s easy-going Americana style and the Travelin’ McCourys’ precise mastery of Bluegrass. It is string picking rooted in Americana’s heart; exploding with energy and passion. Recorded at Nashville’s … Continue reading

MEL PARSONS

Well recognised as one of New Zealand’s established songwriting stars, indie-folk singer songwriter Mel Parsons’ star is on the rise. Parsons has just released her third full length album ‘Drylands’ to critical acclaim, returning triumphant from a 23-date headline tour of NZ, following performances at WOMAD, Woodford Folk Festival (AU), … Continue reading

Ciaran Algar

is a multi-instrumentalist (Fiddle, Guitar, Banjo, and Percussion) who is quickly becoming one of the most highly-regarded young musicians on the Folk circuit today. His playing has been described by fRoots as “engagingly empathetic and honest with a lovely tone” whilst Living Tradition magazine said he “exudes a life experience … Continue reading