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Wood And Wire

Aug. 30, 2020

Wood & Wire are a special kind of bluegrass band, who stretch the boundaries of what they do beyond typical bluegrass music. Sure there are others that do the same, but Wood & Wire offer something more unique in terms of song structure and style. I suspect that even if you weren’t a typical bluegra…

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The Ghost of Paul Revere

Aug. 27, 2020

Good at Losing Everything is the latest album from The Ghost of Paul Revere, a great band out of Maine, that we absolutely adore. They are a little bit holler folk, straight ahead folk, but mostly good ole' rock n roll, and frankly that's why we love them so. The title track, and the entire album e…

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Molly Tuttle

Aug. 20, 2020

Molly Tuttles surprise covers album ...but I'd rather be with you drops today. We caught up with the singer songwriter, to talk about the record, and much more. Our conversation started when I asked about the East Nashville storms of March 5th, and the subsequent COVID-19 pandemic lockdown. 

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Torrin of The Kitchen Dwellers

Aug. 15, 2020

The struggle for band’s to make a living in the time of COVID-19 has been well documented. So we’re not going to mention it again. Instead we’re going to celebrate a band like the Kitchen Dwellers who have been very active putting out an EP, doing some live streaming and performing live for small g…

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"On The Road" A Tribute To John Hartford with Chad Staehly

June 18, 2020

On June 26th, LoHi records will be releasing On the Road: A tribute to John Hartford. For the uninitiated John, a musician, and a bonafide artist, was a genre bending genius who many credit for planting the seeds of the current jamgrass movement, and what many consider Americana music. His accompli…

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Woody from The Steep Canyon Rangers

May 7, 2020

The Steep Canyon Rangers have been busy over the last little bit, releasing two projects in wide release. The North Carolina Songbook is a re-release of sorts, having released the live album from their performance at Merlefest on Record Store Day originally on vinyl, it has now found its way to the…

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Jim Lauderdale

March 12, 2020

Carolina has always been home for Jim Lauderdale. While he makes his residency in Nashville, this prolific singer-songwriter who’s resume speaks for itself still has a vast network of friends and family back all over the Carolinas and more specifically in North Carolina. His latest release, When Ca…

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Casey Houlihan from Trout Steak Revival

Feb. 15, 2020

We've been following the career of Trout Steak Revival for quite some time, and while they've gone through some personnel changes and the like, as all bands do, the band has matured a great deal through their five records. What has remained constant though for this string band is their insistence t…

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Kellen of Fruition

Jan. 13, 2020

It feels like I just spoke to Mimi Naja from Fruition about the release of Wild as the Night. Turns out, my memory is spot on, because we spoke to her November 8th. At the time, I thought the record, was one of the best of 2019 and kind of left things at that. Well, we were all surprised I think, e…

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Jake of Lil Smokies

Dec. 5, 2019

Since we're all psyched about the news that the Lil Smokies will be releasing a new studio album Tornillo in the new year, thought we would get in touch with with Jake Simpson the band's fiddle player and one of the voices of the band. While we couldn't play any tunes from the record for you just y…

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Keller and The Keels

Nov. 21, 2019

The latest release from Keller Williams and the Keels is "Speed". It's a whimsical record full of great covers and a couple of originals from Keller Williams and one half of The Keels, flat picker Larry Keel. Of course Jenny Keel, the other half of The Keels, also plays upright bass on the entire r…

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Shawn Swain of Kitchen Dwellers

Nov. 11, 2019

The Kitchen Dwellers are on the rise, and are quickly becoming a staple on the Bluegrass scene and within the larger Jam Band community. They recently released a new record that they funded with a highly successful Kickstarter campaign. In fact, they invited Chris Pandolfi of the Infamous Stringdus…

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Mimi Naja of Fruition

Nov. 7, 2019

November 8th marks the release of Fruition's latest record Wild as the Night. I can say without any doubt, that this is one of my top records of the year. It is such a gorgeous presentation of lyrics, melodies, musicianship and a laid back vibe. More to the point, the record is a coming of age proj…