Song Premiere: Brad Byrd’s “Vampires”

Americana Highways brings you this song premiere of Brad Byrd’s “Vampires” from his upcoming release Phases. Phases is Brad Byrd on acoustic guitar and vocals, John Kimbrough on electric guitar, Jonathan Ahrens on synthesizer and Matt Pendergast on synthesizer, Wurlitzer and omnichord, with Aaron Sterling on drums and percussion and Jonathan Ahrens on bass. With an […]

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Song Premiere: Sean Whiting’s “Oh Well” From Upcoming “High Expectations”

Americana Highways presents this song premiere of Sean Whiting’s “Oh Well,” from his new album High Expectations due out on Eastwood Records on May 3rd. “Oh Well” features Sean Whiting, with David Prince on guitar, Chris Justice on bass and Hayden Miles on drums. With an energizing electric intro, and compelling, world-weary vocals, “Oh Well” […]

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Song Premiere: ”The Middle Age” from Bridge 19’s Upcoming Release “In the Afterglow”

Americana Highways presents this premiere of Bridge 19’s song “The Middle Age” from their album In the Afterglow which is due to be released on April 26.  “The Middle Age” is Amanda Lucas on vocals,  Audrey Cecil on vocals, and guitar, Joey Thieman on accordion,  Meg Samples on drums/percussion, and Jeff Faith on bass. The album was recorded […]

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Song Premiere: the Hollering Pines’ “He Don’t Understand” From Upcoming Album “Moments in Between”

Americana Highways presents this opening track “He Don’t Understand” from the Hollering Pines’ upcoming album, Moments in Between, due to be released in June.  The album features Marie Bradshaw on vocals and acoustic guitar,  Kiki Jane Sieger on vocals and bass guitar, Daniel Young on drums and percussion; with Horton Smith on mandolin, guitars, cello and […]

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Song Premiere: “Deeper Than Hell” from “West Toward South” by Jeffrey Halford and the Healers

Americana Highways brings you this track premiere of “Deeper Than Hell,” from forthcoming record West Towards South (Floating Records) by Jeffrey Halford and the Healers, due on April 19.  The album was produced by Adam Rossi, Jeffrey Halford and Don Zimmer, and recorded in San Francisco and Marin, California.  All of the songs feature The Healers: […]

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