Despite operating out of New York City, Laura Cantrell shows that her singer/songwriter roots are firmly planted in the sounds of her native Nashville.
A native of St. Louis, Jack Grelle has run the gamut of the city's musical communities, bouncing between punk and folk bands throughout the Midwest for close to a decade now.
Janiva Magness is keeping the blues alive, one album at a time.
Jonah Tolchin plays the blues with a pleasantly haunting and unforced grace, carrying listeners into a comfortable familiar place. His music is the kind that has a familiar feel but only comes from one source.
Sounding a bit like the Wailers, in their days with Lee Perry producing, Taj Weekes and Adowa combine the best of reggae groove, strong vocals and social commentary.
With a homegrown, folk-inspired sound that spans across the Atlantic, Ian Fisher and the Present return to their Midwest roots.
Classically-schooled, Sydney-based musicians Melinda Kirwin and Simon Rudston-Brown formed Falls as a couple, but broke up just after recording their debut EP "Hollywood" in 2011.
The new album by Lee Bains III and the Glory Fires follows the dictum of writing about what you know: the heat and heartbreak and history of the American South.
Enthralled with roots culture and ardently passionate about music, Groundation's Harrison Stafford epitomizes the progressive master of reggae.