Danika Holmes and Jeb Hart

Sep 3, 2016 |  0 comments

She’s a songwriter who was almost a doctor. He’s a guitar aficionado who owns and operates his own guitar instruction company. Together they form the duo Danika Holmes featuring Jeb Hart, a soulful combination of acoustic pop and blues that hits the heart with their blended talents. Hailed as “a captivating singer in a truly soulful duo,” by Emmy Award winning songwriter Trey Bruce, Holmes initially started as a solo artist, her songs playing on Sirius XM’s Coffee House station and on 150 radio stations nationwide. Her belief is that a well written song can embody all emotions of the human existence and she articulates that beautifully with her slightly raspy yet gentle voice and truthful lyrics. Jeb Hart can tell a story with six strings – “I’ve seen some of the best guitarists that rock, blues and country have to offer.” says Entertainment reporter Jim Renke. ” Jeb Hart can hold his own with any of them. His heart and passion...

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The New Schematics

The New Schematics

Sep 2, 2016 |  0 comments

“Nashville’s own The New Schematics create an alt-pop melodic ruckus that places them somewhere between The Killers and the radio-friendly side of Ryan Adams…Keep your eyes (and ears) out for these guys as this debut release [self-titled EP] already has many of the markings of a seasoned classic.” – (Will Hodge, Noisetrade). The New Schematics are steadily gaining a reputation as one of the best live up-and-coming bands out there. In their yearlong #BornWithoutBordersTour, they’ve gone coast-to-coast, playing 80+ shows in 30+ cities in both the US and Canada. Debuting in October 2015 with their self-titled EP, they’ve already been featured as “Buzz Cut of the Week” twice on Nashville’s 102.9 The Buzz, raked in 150k+ Spotify streams, released two music videos directed by Matt Delisi (Drew Holcomb, Judah and the Lion, Delta Saints), featured on ABC Network’s primetime drama “Blood and Oil,” and topped the...

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Thom Shepherd & Coley McCabe

Thom Shepherd & Coley McCabe

Sep 1, 2016 |  0 comments

Coley McCabe is an award winning singer/songwriter based in Texas. Her engaging stage presence and seasoned songwriting set her apart from other female acts. She is currently touring all over the world as a duo with her husband Thom Shepherd. She has opened up for many major artists like Toby Keith, Kenny Chesney, Martina McBride, George Strait, Rascal Flatts, and Brad Paisley. Coley has had several major artist cuts including Loretta Lynn and SHeDAISY as well as writing most of the songs on her self-titled CD which boasts the presence of Kenny Chesney on “The Next Sound You Hear”. Thom Shepherd is an Austin-based touring artist who spent many years as a songwriter in Nashville. He performs constantly with his band, as a solo acoustic performer, and as a duo with artist Coley McCabe. Thom and Coley have recently launched their new YouTube channel, “American Dreamers On The Road,” which features videos about the couple moving from a three bedroom house into a 39′ Fleetwood...

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SIRSY

SIRSY

Aug 31, 2016 |  0 comments

The Boston Globe sums it up, “Little band. Big Sound.” No more needs to be said. Although the only thing “little” about Sirsy is that there is just two of them. The rest is bigger than balls on a buffalo. Listen to the power in their latest recording “Coming Into Frame”. You can feel it. It’s crank-up the volume music, even when the heartfelt ballads kick in. And why so much power? Melanie Krahmer on drums and vocals, Rich Libutti on guitar. That’s why. And, according to Sirsy a lot of credit goes to Grammy-winning producers, Paul Kolderie and Sean Slade (Hole, Radiohead, Dresden Dolls, Pixies). According to Melanie, known as Mel to fans and friends alike, “Our fans have said that the energy of our live show hasn’t translated onto our previous recordings. They are going to notice a different energy level on this record and it’s because of how Paul and Sean worked with us.”

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The Glimpses

The Glimpses

Aug 27, 2016 |  0 comments

The Glimpses are a folk rock/Americana duo based in Alexandria, Virginia. Drawing from traditional folk, blues, country, rock, and jazz, Mercedes Mill and Matthew Leonard create soulful tunes, steeped in haunting melodies and honeyed harmonies. Their paths converged one summer day at a recording studio and they’ve been making music together ever since, captivating audiences with their vibrant songs and dynamic performances. Their performances are lively and engaging, drawing comparisons to the legendary collaborations of Richard & Linda Thompson, Alison Krauss & Robert Plant, and The Civil Wars. They’ve played at many notable venues and festivals, including the National Cherry Blossom Festival, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Mountville Folk Festival, the Northeast Regional Folk Alliance, Iota Club & Café, Singer Songwriter Cape May, DC9, the Black Potatoe Woodstock Living History Festival, First Night Alexandria, and the DC Green Festival.

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The South Carolina Broadcasters

The South Carolina Broadcasters

Aug 26, 2016 |  0 comments

Stars of the Lowe Vintage Radio Show, John Boy and Billy recording artists, and masters of primitive bluegrass, The South Carolina Broadcasters bring southern music at its finest to the stage. Their razor sharp harmonies, exceptional multi-instrumentation, and fabulous song selection will have listeners riveted to their seats. This unique trio has put their own spin on the music of the foothills. They’ve been members of The Smokey Valley Boys and Roan Mountain Hilltoppers yet they’re not looking backward. Between Andy Edmonds’ and David Sheppard’s ability to write a new song that sounds old and Ivy Sheppard’s prowess for digging up obscure field recordings, The Broadcasters most always have new songs in the works. Their recent critically acclaimed release “Tell Me Truly” features a broad and mature mix of sounds ranging from Surry County bluegrass to Carter Family country and even the Cajun sounds of Lafayette. Audiences wherever they go...

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