The Record Company Interview: Chris Vos

Six weeks after The Record Company’s second album All of This Life released on Concord Records, the album and its first single “Life to Fix” climbed to the top of the Americana Music Association’s albums and singles charts. It’s not quite as big a moment for the band as, say, a Grammy nomination announcement or an invitation to perform at Madison Square Garden—both of which the band received in years past—but it is a confirmation that the expanded sound the group set out to explore on All of This Life is picking up traction with listeners.

Hamish Anderson releases “No Good” video

Australian blues rocker Hamish Anderson has released a music video for “No Good,” his latest single.

Jared James Nichols releases “End of Time” video

Jared James Nichols has released a music video for “End of Time,” which is featured on his latest album, Black Magic.

Ben Poole: Anytime You Need Me Review

Over the the past eight years I’ve watched Been Poole and have seen his career progress, slowly, to where he is now. This is his third album and the fact he remains loyal to the musicians surrounding him is very much to his credit. The go-to producer for many young Brit Blues/Rockers has to be Wayne Proctor (King King) at his Superfly Studios in the Midlands. Wayne also features on drums. Touring bassist Beau Bernard and Ross Stanley on keyboards make up the quartet.

Watch the Marcus King Band perform “Where I’m Headed” on Conan

The Marcus King Band performed “Where I’m Headed” on Conan. The track is featured on the group’s upcoming album, Carolina Confessions.

Kris Pohlmann releases “So Damn Easy” lyric video

Kris Pohlmann has released a lyric video for “So Damn Easy.” The track is featured on Pohlmann’s upcoming album, Feel Like Going Home, available October 12.

Joe Bonamassa releases “Self Inflicted Wounds” video

Joe Bonamassa has released a music video for “Self Inflicted Wounds,” the latest video release from his upcoming album, Redemption, available September 21st.

Alastair Greene releases “Down To Memphis” video

Blues rock guitarist Alastair Greene has released a live music video for “Down To Memphis,” which is featured on Greene’s new live album, Live From The 805.

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