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G. Love Shares New Single ‘Mississippi’ ft. Speech, Alvin Youngblood Hart, and R.L. Boyce
“Each lyricist tackles their own personal feelings and emotions on the history of Mississippi and the blues it gave birth to, with Boyce crying throughout…” – G. Love
GRAMMY-nominated alternative blues/hip-hop artist G. Love has shared the official music video for his new single “Laughing In The Sunshine,”…
Delbert McClinton Stirs the Melting Pot of American Music With ‘Stagger Lee’
After six decades stirring the melting pot of American music, Delbert McClinton is in a reflective mood. On May 13th,…
‘River Fools & Mountain Saints,’ Ian Noe’s sophomore album chronicling stories of Appalachian life, is out now via Thirty Tigers!
Delbert McClinton Celebrates His Childhood Musical Heroes on ‘Outdated Emotion’
“I’ve always wanted to do an album of the songs that influenced me the most. It’s important music from another time. There is a whole generation, maybe two generations now, who don’t know this music.” – Delbert McClinton
Bobby Rush Releases 50th Anniversary Version of ‘Chicken Heads’ With Buddy Guy
“It means a lot that Buddy loves a record so much that he would do this record for me, and love me so much that he’d do this record.” – Bobby Rush
“So often a writer hits one mark or another, but on this one, Devol got both.”
In 2021-22 Rush and his compilation co-producer (and longtime manager) Jeff DeLia embarked on a project that would honor the legacy of his breakthrough composition/recording. They sought to create four new versions from the artist himself and a group of his high-profile friends.
Americana Duo Ida Mae Share New Video For ‘Little Liars’ From Forthcoming ‘Click Click Domino’
‘Click Click Domino’ will be released on July 16th through Thirty Tigers
The lion’s share of the album was written by candlelight and then, with the encouragement of 4X GRAMMY-winning producer Vance Powell (Chris Stapleton, Jack White) recorded using the best technology available . . . in the 1950s.