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Tia McGraff Selected As 2019 New Folk Finalist, Performs At 48th Annual Kerrville Folk Festival

Tia McGraff will perform at the 48th Annual Kerrville Folk Festival The award-winning artist and children’s book author was selected from more than 500 entries. With the August 2018 release of her album, “Stubborn In My Blood,” Tia McGraff cemented herself as one of folk music’s most exciting and accomplished …

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Billboard Emerging Artist And Chart-Topping Folk Singer-Songwriter Bringing “Changes” To Radio

Bill Abernathy “Changes” KC-based folk artist Bill Abernathy has released his new single, “Changes” to radio stations everywhere. It is the second single from “Crossing Willow Creek.” We are constantly in flux, learning to adapt to the many changes and challenges that occur in our lives every day.”— Bill Abernathy …

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Billboard Emerging Artist Ed Roman To Cut One-Of-A-Kind Limited Edition Vinyl Recordings In Brooklyn

Canadian musician Ed Roman will record unique vinyl masters in Brooklyn The top 25 iTunes Canada musician will record one-take live versions of his songs at Leesta Vall Sound Recordings in Brooklyn, NY. Knowing how much Ed values each and every person that listens to his music, I know that …

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Billboard Emerging Artist Releases New Single And Lyric Video

Texas-based singer-songwriter James Lee Baker has released his new single and lyric video for “Disappear for the Weekend,” from his Top 40 album, “Home Again.” Disappear for the Weekend’ is a Country tune about a happy couple taking the much-needed romantic weekend getaway from the hustle of the city life.”— …

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Caroline Ferrante Releases Beyond EP

Although Caroline’s songs oftentimes get categorized as folk music, the tracks collected for her Beyond EP encompasses so much more than that broad generalization may suggest. These songs incorporate good, old fashioned gospel sounds, as well as traditional, old school worship elements. The project begins with “River Flow,” which is a choir-ly, …

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Bill Abernathy Talks Orwell, Fogelberg, And Why Sales, Awards And Critics Don’t Mean That Much To Him

Everyone loves a good story about second-chances, and that’s exactly what Bill Abernathy’s story is all about.  The Kansas City, Missouri resident began writing songs in his early teens. He played all through his school years, but then he stopped…Life took over. Bill went about getting married, building a business career, and …

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