Originally from Lexington, Kentucky, Nicholas Mudd is a Los Angeles based singer songwriter. Influenced by old school country and rock ‘n’ roll as well as the traditional folk and bluegrass of his home state of Lexington Kentucky, the Nicholas Mudd Band plays what is referred to as “California Country.” The band is made up of Jush Allen on the drums, Mike Gomes on bass, Kenny Feinstein on fiddle and mandolin, Iain Weigert on lead guitar, and Caitlin Anne Webster singing sweet harmonies. By day, Mudd has worked his way through the ranks in TV and Film. Mudd credits include casting associate and associate casting director with [...]
Pistol Hill knew he wanted to do music at an early age. The North Carolina award-winning singer/songwriter began playing drums at six and then switched to guitar at age twelve. Pistol explains, “Songwriting was the first thing I had ever felt passionate about.” Pistol released his debut recording in the Spring of 2018 called Part I. Pistol is now releasing Part II and has teamed up with Grammy award-winning producer, Billy Hume. Pistol Hill Part II is an EP of three songs, and feature Hill’s warm voice and creative songwriting.
“Brand New Bottle of Whiskey” is a slow tempo selection with Hill’s full tenor voice filling [...]
First of all, Country music has been embracing more influences from other genres, which is positive and moves the music forward in an accessible way. However, the best influences are when modern country borrows from southern rock, such is the case with Frank Foster. Also, His voice is certainly country, big sounding, warm with just a little rasp and a country drawl that lets you know he is a country boy. In contrast, The music surrounding him is firmly rooted in country/southern rock and that is a winning combination. His new album ‘Til I’m Gone offers ten tracks of mainstay country inspirations, alcohol, women and good times. What make [...]
Colter Wall is a plains-bred and now based in Nashville-based folk singer. He is blessed with a rich baritone tone and a gift for writing songs that he frames with sparse acoustic instruments. Wall’s music is surprisingly non-commercial in its form and lyrical style.
Songs of the Plains is Wall’s sophomore record. With images of a mythic Canada, a western region of lonesome plains and weathered frontiersmen. The music comes across as honest and his approach to a bigger more complicated story through simple segments of songs is a testament to his evocative style. Wall has caught the ear of Americana luminaries who have stood [...]