Here are a bunch of new CDs that exemplify a good chunk of today’s Americana music.
If the 2017 Americana Festival and Conference proves anything, it’s that anything and everything born of genuine roots can be classified as Americana.
After 50 years of making music together, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s career is encapsulated in a retrospective two-disc set via Capitol Nashville/UMe.
From Memphis rockabilly to an Italian recreation thereof, with stops along the way for metal, jazz and Americana, we’ve got all the bases covered.
Delaney & Bonnie get another ‘Shot’ with Real Gone Music’s Expanded Edition of the album “Motel Shot.”
Legacy will release “AMERICAN EPIC: The Collection,” a 5-CD box set and the soundtrack, a single disc anthology of 15 songs featured in the documentary.
The Filled With Sound blog reports on native americana, southern rock, blues x3, soul deluxe and TV nostalgia.
Independent artist Art Carter’s new studio album, “Texture,” ticks all the boxes for a complete Americana feel, incorporating rock, blues, country and even gospel into one 15-song CD.
Former Black Crowes guitarist Rich Robinson describes how he feels liberated in his own “Flux” sound.
Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler moved to Nashville to get his country on. Read what Steven has to say about his new solo country music album, “We’re All Somebody From Somewhere.”