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Ian Abel Band releases official lyric video for new single, “Cerberus”

Nashville, TN Based IAN ABEL BAND has released an official lyric video for their new single, “Cerberus.” Originally premiered on Blues Rock Review, “Cerberus” was filmed at the Troubadour by Mitch Parks. “This song holds a special place in my heart,” says Ian. “While tracking guitars at Splendor 2 in Los Angeles, one of the legendary …

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THEM DIRTY ROSES Announce 2021 US Tour Dates Through September!

Nashville-based, southern rockers THEM DIRTY ROSES has announced upcoming dates for their August 2021 tour run. Launching August 5 at Arts Avenue in Chattanooga, TN, the tour runs through the South and Midwest, wrapping up September 25 at Southern Wilds Festival in Lawrenceville, GA. Tour Dates: 08/06 @ Arts Ave – Chattanooga, TN 08/07 …

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Interview: Shelby Kemp of Royal Horses discusses debut album, A Modern Man’s Way To Improve

Royal Horses are a Hattiesburg, Mississippi trio whose sound draws from 70s rock, blues, and Americana. In the relatively short span they’ve been together, the band has developed a reputation for their minimal overdub-based recording style, as well as their high-energy live shows. Back in 2020, the band released their …

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JIVE MOTHER MARY Releases Official Music Video for “Hope It Ain’t That Bad”!

North Carolina Southern Rock band JIVE MOTHER MARY has released the official music video for their new single, “Hope It Ain’t That Bad.” Filmed and edited by Justin Gartman, “Hope It Ain’t That Bad” was recorded at Pentavarit Studios in Nashville, TN. “‘Hope It Ain’t That Bad’ is a powerful tune that sits right at …

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IAN ABEL Releases Official Music Video for “All for Love”

L.A. Based Singer / Songwriter IAN ABEL has released the official music video for his new single, “All for Love.” Filmed at the Troubadour on May 31st, 2019, by Mitch Parks, “All for Love” is the artist’s fifth studio release. “Written during a cross country move from Kentucky to California, this song delves into the …

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MAGNOLIA BAYOU Releases New Single, “Sweet Magnolia”

Mississippi based, Southern Blues / Rock Band MAGNOLIA BAYOU has released their newest single, “Sweet Magnolia.” Delicate and uplifting, “Sweet Magnolia” features background vocals by MAGGIE BROWN along with Gus Barnett GUS BARNETT (harp) and WALTON JONES (organ and piano), and was recorded at NATCHEZ SOUND STUDIO. Available to download / stream online, “Sweet Magnolia” is off of the …

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Femme Fatale Friday: Dale Novella Can “Sang Bxtch”

What makes Dale Novella amazing as an artist is her expansion into various aspects of the music industry, and her unapologetic and unrestrained urge to express herself. Having over 10 years experience navigating the NYC music and performance circuit, it’s clear that she has embraced and is poised to fully embrace all that she is as an artist and with such conviction, her fans are likely to follow suit and embrace her with fullness of heart.

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Blacktop Mojo release official music video for “Can’t Sleep”

Blacktop Mojo has announced the release of their third album, Under The Sun, on September 13th. The album follows “Burn the Ships” which featured the singles “Where the Wind Blows” and their cover of Aerosmith’s “Dream On”. “Under the Sun” is available now for pre-order at all download platforms.  Anyone …

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Interview: Phil of Wayland

Southern rock group Wayland are coming out from their shell in Wayland, Michigan to show the world they’ve got something to prove. Their debut album Rinse and Repeat under Mighty Loud/InGrooves released September 22nd. Guitarist Phillip Vilenski took time out of his day to discuss the new record and inspirations behind the …

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Interview: Jessica Hannan

Country/Rock Artist Jessica Hannan recently released the official music video for her single, “Girls Night Out,” off of her 2016 album Drive. We got to sit down with the Southern crooner to discuss the new video as well as her philosophy, methods, and interaction with her music. Do you feel music in general …

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