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Artist of the Month: The Lone Bellow
Artist of the MonthSep 1, 2022

Peter Rowan has earned his place in the bluegrass canon for his role as a vocalist, guitarist, songwriter and journeyman across many decades. For his remarkable achievements, he will be inducted formally into the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame later this month. This doesn't mean he's putting a cap on his career, of course. Just…

Artist of the Month: The Lone Bellow
Artist of the MonthAug 11, 2022

Angel Olsen wants you to stop what you’re doing and go listen to Dolly Parton’s 1968 album Just Because I’m a Woman. Recorded while she was still singing with Porter Wagoner, it’s not one of her most famous albums, definitely not as celebrated as her records in the early ‘70s and ‘80s, but it’s Olsen’s…

Artist of the Month: The Lone Bellow
Artist of the MonthAug 1, 2022

Angel Olsen has long written in such a way that the listener is drawn in. On Big Time, that's especially true. With a hushed tone that contrasts with some of her synth-driven work, these songs feel intimate, confessional, and relatable. She recorded the project with co-producer Jonathan Wilson in Topanga, California, while still reeling from…

Artist of the Month: The Lone Bellow
Artist of the MonthJun 30, 2022

For the past few years, Orville Peck has graced our ears - and our screens - with a western drama that's uniquely his. Not only do his impressive vocals and gauzy soundscapes - complete with mysterious electric and steel guitar - take the listener to a dreamy wonderland somewhere between the throwback sounds of pop…

Artist of the Month: The Lone Bellow
Artist of the MonthJun 1, 2022

Although the public doesn't ever get to see behind the mask, Orville Peck is more visible than he's ever been. In May, the mysterious musician headlined the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, a career highlight for any artist with deep reverence for classic country. In an interview promoting his new album, Bronco, he explained to NPR…