Sloan was formed in 1991 when its members, still rocking with the band today, met around an art college in Nova Scotia. After more than 20 years together they have 11 albums, 30 singles, 9 Juno award nominations and a renowned reputation for songwriting.
Mitski is riding high on waves from her third album, "Bury Me at Makeout Creek," a sleeper hit that started gaining traction on indie airwaves last year and continues to win over fans.
Self-describing their sound as "Hall and Oates meet ZZ Top" is a fitting way to introduce Texas-based duo Greyhounds.
From flying saucers to the Freedom Tower, the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion keeps you guessing.
One of St. Louis' finest songwriters, Beth Bombara, created her new, self-titled album in the city and the alt-country roots from which she grew are evident throughout in this live performance.
Nneka mingles urban styles with her African roots to create a musical journey of love and faith, persevering in a world of suffering and corruption.
She's a bit of punk rock with alternative-country roots, but to say Lydia Loveless is definable would be a disservice to her talent, as her cover of Prince's "I Would Die 4 U" has such conviction, you'd think she wrote the song herself.
Chris Knight, a singer-songwriter from Slaughters, Kentucky, has had a long, interesting trip to his art.
American Wrestlers is the lo-fi project of guitarist Gary McClure, who is neither American nor a wrestler.