This self-titled album is, I think, the fifth release under the Woody Pines moniker (a follow-up to 2013’s stellar Rabbits Motel), and his first on the underground Nashville label Muddy Roots. On this outing the band consists of the versatile Skip Frontz, Jr., on doghouse bass, and Brad Tucker on guitars. Woody himself plays guitar . . . → Read More: Woody Pines’ self-titled release
It’s pretty common for a classic or even alternative country musician to make an occasional (or even permanent) foray into bluegrass. Think of Dolly Parton on the one hand and Robert Earl Keen on the other. But it’s a little more unusual for a musician to go the other way, from the ranks of bluegrass . . . → Read More: Todd Grebe & Cold Country: Citizen
I found this superb site the other day:
Foxbeard.com is a blog about Americana & Folk music. Originally MahoganyFolk.com we renamed and updated the blog in December 2012.
We are here to share great music, and help promote Americana & Folk music. We search high and low, we receive submissions from signed, PR, and independent . . . → Read More: An Americana Website Worth Your Time