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Amythyst Kiah -- who Rolling Stone calls “one of Americana’s great up-and-coming secrets” -- releases a radically reimagined version of “Black Myself,” the GRAMMY-nominated song she originally recorded in 2019 with Our Native Daughters (the group includes Amythyst, Rhiannon Giddens, Leyla McCalla and Allison Russell). Listen Now!
The annual festival is set to return on Sept. 25-26, 2021 and also launches Vintage Merchandise sale to benefit MusiCares®.
Dualtone Records is excited to announce that The Lone Bellow's indelible first single "Count On Me" has hit #1 on the Americana radio charts.
Tanya Tucker walked slowly on stage at downtown Nashville’s historic War Memorial Auditorium, briefly home to the early Grand Ole Opry before its longtime Ryman residency, about a half-hour late Friday afternoon, sporting pink hair, black eyepatch and matching bandelero hat and fringed cowgirl jacket boots, trailed by a bulldog puppy on a leash.
From September 10-15, at nightclubs, music halls and venues throughout Nashville, the 20th Annual AMERICANAFEST® offers hundreds of some of the best roots music going for a wristband that costs little more than the equivalent of a light dinner and drinks at your favorite neighborhood pub. Pat Embry put together a list of day-to-day AMERICANAFEST® View more
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Late Friday afternoon, performing with his band just south of downtown’s Music City Center, Childers ripped through a tight set of darkly brooding tales of hardscrabble toil and drug-fueled trouble with a capital T. At Union Station, Josh Ritter made the most of a short set in a grand lobby.
The Annual Americana Music Honors and Awards Show at the Ryman Auditorium consistently highlights the best in contemporary American roots music, while always paying tribute to its progenitors.