Review: Eric Bolander’s “The Wind” Draws Us Closer to the Flame

Standing out on a cold evening, you’ll lean into anything that feels like warmth. With today’s release of the The Wind, on Louisville’s Eastwood Records, Eric Bolander succeeds in drawing us all in a little “closer to the flame.” Here it is warmer, and there is a sent of hope. Here, in the flicker of […]

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Interview: Tim Duffy of the (Blues) Music Maker Relief Foundation

In an interview with Tim Duffy, founder and president of Music Maker Relief Foundation, Americana Highways looks into this 25-years-running nonprofit, and the work being done to refresh the mined-dry aquifer of the music industry.   Music Makers Relief Foundation celebrates 25 years of supporting their partner artists this February 1st with the release of […]

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REVIEW: Mike Farris’ New Album “Silver and Stone” Lights a Candle to Love, Art, and Collaborations

Fifth among Mike Farris’ full length albums, Silver and Stone released today by Compass Records, is packed in tight with a thoughtful list of studio performances from many of Nashville’s notorious noteworthies. An established talent himself, with a recent GRAMMY under his belt for his 2015 release of Shine For All The People, Farris pulled […]

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