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Singing About Canada's Cypress Hills, Colter Wall Plots a Winter U.S. Tour
Friends & NeighborsOct 25, 2022

Supergroup alert! A trio of top songwriters and musicians have joined forces. The collective is made of Paula Cole, Jason Isbell, and John Paul White, who share their talents to create For The Birds. The release features two tracks, this lead single titled “Mother, Son, and Holy Ghost,” and another, more upbeat track titled “Ricochet.” Both…

Singing About Canada's Cypress Hills, Colter Wall Plots a Winter U.S. Tour
Friends & NeighborsSep 29, 2022

Rising Appalachia's “Thank You Very Much” is an uplifting anthem, an homage to gratitude, and an expression of human experience. Sisters Leah Song and Chloe Smith, the constituents of Rising Appalachia, released this song seemingly out of the blue, but that has only deepened its impact since release. The song swirls in a rhythmic, entrancing…

Singing About Canada's Cypress Hills, Colter Wall Plots a Winter U.S. Tour
Friends & NeighborsSep 28, 2022

Minnesota’s very own The Cactus Blossoms have announced a new EP titled If Not For You (Bob Dylan Vol.1), a collection that can only be described as a sincere love letter to the music of the great folk music forefather. "When we were finishing up our One Day album we were itching to get back…

Singing About Canada's Cypress Hills, Colter Wall Plots a Winter U.S. Tour
Friends & NeighborsAug 31, 2022

Singer-songwriter Lindsay Lou reemerged in July with an EP titled You Thought You Knew. As her first music since her early 2021 release The Sweetest Suites, it's a sort of touching base for Lindsay Lou and her fans. An explorer by nature, she had the following to say about her newest project: “I hope my…

Singing About Canada's Cypress Hills, Colter Wall Plots a Winter U.S. Tour
Friends & NeighborsAug 26, 2022

Twenty years ago, two young musicians in the West Coast music scene started a residency that would outlive more bands than they could’ve imagined at the time. The brother-sister duo is none other than Sean and Sara Watkins, whose earliest national success came from their collaboration with mandolinist Chris Thile in Nickel Creek. Performing and…