Los Straitjackets is going on tour with X!
They will support thirteen shows starting at The Coach House in San Juan Capistrano on November 29th.
Get your tickets here!
Steve Forbert’s hit record ‘Jackrabbit Slim’ celebrates a 40th Anniversary with a limited collector’s edition vinyl release scheduled for November 29th on Blue Rose Records.
Eilen Jewell and her amazing band performed on NPR's Mountain Stage this September!
The episode is scheduled for broadcast and begins feeding to 200+ NPR stations this Friday. Airtimes and stations can be found here.
Chuck Prophet and Aaron Lee Tasjan team up for "Sights and Sounds" series from Luck Reunion and Southwest Airlines.
For the final installment of a three-part series, Nashville’s Aaron Lee Tasjan paid a visit to Chuck Prophet’s hometown of San Francisco, where Prophet showed Tasjan around various secret gardens of his hometown, including his favorite record store and studio.
Watch this unstoppable pair hit up some of SF’s most beloved destinations.
The Holiday Sounds of Josh Rouse is released today!
Christopher Paul Stelling announces his 5th album.
“Best of Luck” produced by the great Ben Harper will be released on February 7th 2020.
Here is the new Single, “Trouble Don’t Follow Me” Listen here.
Amanda Anne Platt & The Honeycutters are pleased as punch to release a five song Christmas EP and bring their roots country style to the holiday ~ “Santa Looked A Lot Like Daddy,” is one of the selections borrowed from country legend Buck Owens.
Someone from Rolling Stone saw The Suitcase Junket at Luck Mansion at Americana Fest.
“The presence of Willie Nelson looms large at the Luck Mansion, a temporary outpost for the Red Headed Stranger’s beloved Luck Reunion. That’s partially due to the joint preserved under glass next to a sign that says “reserved for Willie,” and to the bar serving up tasty Willie’s Reserve CBD coffee. But mostly that’s due to a set of unique, stripped-down performances from the likes of Suitcase Junket, who cultivates a massive sound through a collection of eclectic instruments...”