Angel Olsen (Photo by Kylie Coutts)
Angel Olsen announces Song of the Lark and Other Far Memories, a box set featuring All Mirrors and Whole New Mess, plus a bonus LP titled Far Memory, and a 40-page book collection, out May 7 on Jagjaguwar.
In conjunction with the announcement, she presents “It’s Every Season (Whole New Mess).”
Dave Alvin (Photo by Chip Duden)
Legendary troubadour Dave Alvin shares the Victor Krummenacher-directed video for “On the Way Downtown,” in memory of Gene Taylor, Chris Gaffney and Amy Farris.
The track appears on Dave’s The highly praised album, From An Old Guitar: Rare and Unreleased Recordings.
Waxahatchee (Photo by Molly Matalon)
Waxahatchee (aka Katie Crutchfield) has had a busy week, not only making her late night debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live! but also performing alongside Kevin Morby on CBS This Morning. Performing “Fire” and “Lilacs” from last year’s critically acclaimed Saint Cloud, Waxahatchee again proves why she is one of the most important voices in music right now.
Robert Earl Keen performs at The Birchmere in Alexandria, Va., Jan. 28, 2021. (Photo by Ari Strauss)
Texas troubadour Robert Earl Keen recently put on two performances at legendary Alexandria, Virginia, music venue, The Birchmere, on Jan. 27 and 28. Traveling with a scaled down version of his usual road band, Robert performed as an acoustic trio which included himself on lead vocals and guitar, Kym Warner on mandolin and backing vocals, and Tom Van Schaik on drums and percussion.
Joe Pug (Photo by Vivian Wang)
Singer-songwriter Joe Pug recently announced a new album, The Diving Sun, which brings together lost gems from his various studio sessions with producers Duane Lundy (Jim James, Ben Sollee) and Kenneth Pattengale (The Milk Carton Kids, Joy Williams) along with new songs recorded in quarantine.
To accompany the announcement, Joe shared the album’s romping summer romance lead track, “Crescent Bridge.”
Robert Earl Keen (Photo courtesy Richlynn Group)
Americana titan Robert Earl Keen performs two shows at The Birchmere in Alexandra, Va., on Wednesday, Jan. 27, and Thursday, Jan. 28.
Red Wanting Blue (Photo courtesy Michael J. Media)
Midwestern rock band Red Wanting Blue recently covered “Christmas All Over Again” by Tom Petty! Give it a listen and get into the Christmas spirit with the Ohio-based Americana quintet.
Serengeti and Jenny Lewis (Photo courtesy Nasty Little Man)
Jenny Lewis and Chicago-based rapper Serengeti (aka David Cohn) have announced an unexpected gift just ahead of the holiday season: “Unblu” – available now via Jenny’s own label Loves Way, with an accompanying video directed by Jenny.
Dawes (Photo courtesy Big Hassle)
California rockers Dawes livestream a show to perform their 2009 debut album North Hills in its entirety via Noon Chorus on Friday, Dec. 4!
Lucinda Williams (Photo courtesy All Eyes Media)
Join award-winning, revered singer/songwriter Lucinda Williams on an unprecedented musical journey spanning time and multiple genres with her latest endeavor, Lu’s Jukebox! This six-episode series of mostly full-band, in-studio performances will feature a themed set of songs, curated by the multi-Grammy award winner. As a bonus, she’ll introduce an occasional Lu-rarity or new song that fits each episode’s theme.
Catch the next edition of the streaming concert series, Funny How Time Slips Away: A Night of ’60s Country Classics, via Mandolin on Thursday, Dec. 3.