Hailing from Brown County, Indiana, Reverend Peytons Big Damn Band injects a little Midwest hospitality into the Delta blues, creating a unique sound while remaining true to the originators of the style.
The Ben Miller Band refers to their music as "Ozark Stomp," and that sounds as pure a description as can likely be found.
With over 20 albums to his credit, Jim Lauderdale is considered a songwriter's songwriter in the country and Americana genres.
Local rockers Bo and the Locomotive have released a new album poised to garner as much praise as their last.
Sean Rowe, environmentalist and musician, has found a way to meld his love of the earth and his art.
Jon Hardy and the Public have, for some time now, been a bit of a local secret here in St. Louis, but wider appreciation may be coming, and is certainly due.
As a New Englander and Emerson College grad, Sarah Borges was probably not supposed to become a country musician. And maybe she's not, although the country influences in her barroom style of rock are certainly evident.
Be Forest blankets listeners with hazy dream pop drifted in from the Adriatic coast.
Landlady has the element of surprise. And they're ready to attack.