The Station turns old house into Americana music home At the corner of Miser Station Road and Vinegar Valley Road, family members have transformed an old farmhouse into a bustling home for Americana music. The rustic venue simply named “The Station” has hosted performers ranging from talented novices to ... #music
Gregg Allman, Soulful Trailblazer of Southern Rock, Dies at 69
FILE - This Oct. 13, 2011 file photo shows Gregg Allman performs at the Americana Music Association awards show in Nashville, Tenn. On Saturday, May 27, 2017, a publicist said the musician, the singer for The Allman Brothers Band, has died. (AP Photo/Joe Howell, File)
Ep354 - Pierce Edens - Americana Music Show #354 features a guy out of the deep mountains of North Carolina by the name of Pierce Edens. He’s just put out a new country/folky/rock album called Stripped Down Gussied Up and it’s got a great sound on it. I’ve also got the new rock album from Coco Hames. And yes I’ve got more music from Willie Nelson, Rhiannon Giddens, John Moreland, Vandoliers, the North Mississippi and more.
Jason Isbell Talks Sobriety, Success, and Beer-Commercial Country Music
Ep355 - Amanda Anne Platt & The Honeycutters On Americana Music Show #355 I’m featuring the new self-titled country album from Amanda Anne Platt & The Honeycutters. Her album from last year was my top pick for 2016 and I’m just as excited to share this one with you. I’ve also got blues rock from Shannon McNally, honkytonk soul from from Emily Duff, tex mex border sounds from Jim Keaveny, rock & roll from Lazarus Nichols, and new country from Zephaniah Ohora And The 18 Wheelers plus lots…
The Freight Train Boogie is dedicated to Americana Music: which includes the edgier country & folk singers, hillbilly twang, some bluegrass, blues and rock. We place a special emphasis on "Alt.Country", Roots Rock and many small label and independent releases. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hPcO4pYxlo
Greg Allman, winner of the 2011 Americana Lifetime Achievement Performer Award, performs at the Americana Music Association awards show on Thursday, Oct. 13, 2011, in Nashville, Tenn. (AP Photo/Joe Howell)