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Do You Ever Feel Like a Loser in Love? The Lone Bellow Made an Album for You
InterviewNov 11, 2022

In many ways, singer-songwriter Gabe Lee is the consummate Nashville native. A folkophile raised around church music and enthralled by the work of everyone from John Prine to Nikki Lane, he trained as a concert pianist and tended bar for the thirsty tourists, then went on to create a righteously retro brand full of tasty…

Do You Ever Feel Like a Loser in Love? The Lone Bellow Made an Album for You
InterviewNov 10, 2022

Artist: Mali Obomsawin Hometown: Farmington, Maine Latest album: Sweet Tooth Personal nicknames: Boms What's your favorite memory from being on stage? Every time I play my country-punk song "White People" it seems to change the energy in the room a bit. A lot of uncomfortable laughter, a lot of lulu'ing from Native audiences, and a…

Do You Ever Feel Like a Loser in Love? The Lone Bellow Made an Album for You
InterviewNov 8, 2022

Artist: Caleb Caudle Hometown: Germanton, North Carolina Album: Forsythia Which artist has influenced you the most ... and how? I would say as far as songwriting goes, It would be Guy Clark. I like how plain he can be. It's very matter of fact. I try to write in my speaking voice and I know…

Do You Ever Feel Like a Loser in Love? The Lone Bellow Made an Album for You
InterviewNov 4, 2022

An Elephant Sessions gig is always a lively night out, but Alasdair Taylor admits that their last one, at Glasgow’s famous Barrowlands Ballroom, was something else. The band were celebrating their 10th anniversary with their biggest production to date, including a light show and the backing of a live string quartet. “There was so much…

Do You Ever Feel Like a Loser in Love? The Lone Bellow Made an Album for You
InterviewOct 21, 2022

With its latest album, Lines in the Levee, Town Mountain has justified itself as one of the most interesting and promising acts in an ever-evolving musical landscape, with the quintet purposely blurring the lines between the Americana, bluegrass, folk, and indie scenes. Known for its raucous live antics and “good time Charlie” attitude, the Asheville,…