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The Heartless Woman's Ball for Laura Benitez and the Heartache November 14 Hosted by East Bay Express and The California Roots Union 

San Francisco, CA—Thursday, November 13th, Laura Benitez and the Heartach will perform at Leo’s Music Club in celebration of the release of their upcoming long player, Heartless Woman, which will be available at the show.  Presented by The California Roots Union and the East Bay Express, The Heartless Woman's Ball will be a “fancy dress party” (with fancy being open to interpretation). 

Starring:  LAURA BENITEZ & the HEARTACHE performing their Classic Country witha Swinging Rhythm and a Modern… Read more

New American Farmers "The Farmacology Sessions" released October 14th 

Check out the track, "Aiming For The Daylight" featuring Chuck Prophet on Elmore Magazine Online:
"I’m so impressed by New American Farmers that I want all of this on Vinyl so I can sit here without headphones on , blasting this out of my speakers."--50thirdand3rd
"Trippy country rock"--Americana Music Show   "Americana with a sense of humor, an assist from The… Read more

Just Released! Hilary Scott "Freight Train Love"  


Hilary Scott’s career has included co-writes with some of the best songwriters known, tours in the U.S., U.K., Europe and Asia, various awards, and with the help of indie label Belltown Records, the release of ten albums. Hilary Scott’s music is featured on the sound track of a video that recently went viral. Annie Hart, then of The Bill Foundation (a well-known dog rescue organization) used Hilary’s version of John Hiatt’s “Have a Little Faith in Me” to accompany the video… Read more

Just Released! Hardin Burns "Down the Deep Well" 

Currently being played on The Americana Music Show, Americana Rock Mix, WMNF, Roots Revival Radio (NL), Radio Free Texas 

"Lyrically, these songs can’t come from anywhere except the heart, inviting the listener to experience the emotions running from inspirational happiness to soul-bearing introspection. Check out “Walking On A Wire” and I dare you not to be seriously touched by the words. Very down to earth music produced with some serious talent both in the writing and… Read more

Jesse Brewster talks about his struggle with PKD 

"Friends, family and everyone interested,  I'm so appreciative for all the well wishes in recent weeks, and I wanted to have a forum to share information about my disease and condition, as well as general information about Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD), which is one of the world's most common genetic conditions affecting 600,000 Americans or 1 in 500 people. For a detailed explanation of this disease check out the PKD foundation's site...." READ MORE:

Nocona hits Outside Lands!  

Photo:  Scott Dudelson/Blurt Online
  Nocona had a great weekend at the Outside Lands Music Festival, kicking off Saturday's show at The Panhandle Stage, moving on to The Sierra Nevada Stage in the afternoon, and hitting the Spin/Stereogum/Brooklyn Vegan stage on Sunday afternoon! 
  OL2014 BUZZ

“Why Outside Lands booked Nocona in the dreaded “first show of the day” spot is beyond us. The honky tonkin’ Americana rock band was solid, charismatic and well deserving of a better time slot.… Read more

KG Music Press August Newsletter  

Old Californio and the song, "Warmth of the Sun" has been picked as one of Alternate Root Magazine's "25 Summer Roots Songs for 2014".  The band has taken a touring/playing hiatus as they are making time to record a new record for 2015.

Psych-folk artists, Cashew & Cleary have an Interview in the September issue of Shindig! Magazine talking about their new record, Husbands Vol. I -- stream the music here:
"Check out the… Read more

Welcome Danielle Woodrow!  

  Taking a sabbatical from the “good life” of Hollywood,
The pop-folk artist discovers an even better life on the road  
Slated to be released September 23rd, 2014, Turning is a ten-song poem touching on the subjects of love, risk, regret and the process of self-discovery.  Written everywhere from mountain cabins to jungle huts, the album gracefully flaunts Woodrow’s authentic folk roots while incorporating ear-worming pop hooks and a wry, gutsy… Read more

Agastock is coming to LA on July 27th!  

Sunday, July 27th The Grand Ole Echo and The Echo in conjunction with Melissa Monroe present “Agastock” – A benefit dedicated to the memory of Alice M. Ferguson.  Special thanks to Bedrock-LA studios for lending equipment.
All  proceeds will be going to Southern California Counseling Center's Trauma Training Program. This program trains counselors in EMDR* and other trauma therapies at no cost, thus making these types of therapies more readily available to the… Read more

Introducing Jesse Brewster and "March of Tracks"  


Combining different influences while keeping his signature sound,
the artist keeps his focus one song at a time  
San Rafael, CA May 28, 2014—With elements of folk, classic country, southern rock and soul, Jesse Brewster has been dubbed as one of the new breed of the musical working class heroes.  His third album, March of Tracks (release date, August 26, 2014) was recorded as one song per month for 12 months, with each song… Read more