Michael Tyree today shares his introspective and synth-heavy new single “All the Time.”
Honky tonkin’ songsmith Tyler Lance Walker Gill has stern words for Governor Matt Bevin (and other like-minded politicians) just days ahead of the gubernatorial election with his striking debut single “So Called Christian Policiticans.”
Magnolia Boulevard today share a refreshing take on their signature song “Sister,” which has become a song of communion for the tribe of witchy women (and others) who devoutly follow them.
Today we’re excited to share “Cowboy Dream,” the new single from Grayson Jenkins from his upcoming EP of the same name.
People Planet are back today with “Preemptive Strike,” the first new music since dropping their debut “Power Play” EP last December.
The sassy and blunt old-time trio The Local Honeys have found Jesus – sort of – on their upcoming album “The Local Honeys Sing the Gospel,” which they’ve shared the first single from today.
Ivy Rye conjures up a poppy, melodic feel on their debut single “Life is Good.”
Kelsey Waldon calls out hypocrisy in religion in “Sunday’s Children,” the second single from her upcoming album “White Noise/White Lines.”
Johnny Conqueroo has teamed up with Joslyn & The Sweet Compression’s horn section for a killer collaboration on “Rock and Roll.”
C2 & The Brothers Reed, Central Kentucky kings of southern rock and soul, have revealed their latest single “Mollie.”