Video Premiere: Heather Anne Lomax “All This Time”

Americana Highways brings you this premiere of Heather Anne Lomax’s lyric video for her song “All This Time,” the title track for her album due out on May 1st. All This Time was produced by Jason Hiller (The Secret Sisters), mixed by Zachary Ross (Janiva Magness/The Reverend Shawn Amos) and mastered by Gavin Lurssen and […]

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REVIEW: Joe Nolan’s “Drifters” is Wordplay Prowess and Sincere Sentimentality

This predominately acoustic collection highlights Joe Nolan’s word play prowess and sincere sentimentality. His first out on Fallen Tree Records, Drifters, finds Nolan teaming with engineer Scott Franchuk (Riverdale Recorders, Edmonton, Canada). In the midst of the cacophony of noise that constantly fills modern life Nolan’s turn toward simple arrangement and minimal accompaniment offers welcomed […]

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REVIEW: Steve Forbert Celebrates the Craftsmanship Of Songwriting With “Early Morning Rain”

With his latest album, Early Morning Rain (Blue Rose Music), prolific singer/ songwriter Steve Forbert celebrates a number of his fellow songwriters from over the years with an album of eleven handpicked cover songs meant to highlight the craftsmanship of their respective songwriting and songwriting in general. Over a career that has spanned six decades, […]

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Key to the Highway: BJ Barham

Photo credit: Cal & Aly Americana Highways’  Key to the Highway series  Fans always clamor to learn more about their favorite, most beloved musicians and those who travel with them. There’s such an allure to the road, with its serendipity, inevitable surprises, and sometimes unexpected discomforts. This interview series is a set of questions we […]

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Song Premiere: Tex Moonlight’s “Smoke Signals”

Americana Highways brings you this premiere of Tex Moonlight’s song “Smoke Signals” from his forthcoming album Moonshot, due to be released the summer of 2020.  Moonshot was recorded at Invisible Sound Studios in Baltimore, MD; co-produced by Tex Moonlight and Dave Nachodsky.  “Smoke Signals” is Glenn Workman on keyboards and piano; Jeremy Norris on guitars and French horn; Dave […]

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