Tag Archives: Bluegrass
A review of the debut full-length album from Judah & The Lion! Spoiler alert: it’s really good. …continue readingbuy phentermine onlinebuy tramadol online no prescription xanax for sale buy klonopin online buy ultram online buy soma online buy valium no prescription buy ambien without prescription
Indie Vision Music is proud to premiere “And Can It Be” from independent artist Tom McConnell. Tom, the former guitarist of Citizens (Mars Hill Music) will be releasing his brand new solo EP, titled Handiwork, on June 3rd. Check out the song below & share the song via your social media! …continue reading
MercyMe released their brand new album “Welcome To The New” last week, via Fair Trade Services; check out behind the scenes videos of the album below! …continue reading
Folk/pop artist John Tibbs just released the title track “Anchors” off his upcoming Anchors EP. You may stream the track below. Recommended if you like Mumford & Sons, Gungor, Judah & The Lion, Daniel Bashta.
Steven Curtis Chapman’s new hymns album ‘Deep Roots’ has released last week (12th March), digitally on iTunes and Amazon and physically at Cracker Barrel Stores. Here is the review. …continue reading
If you like bluegrass or cool band names then check out Banjo Space Warrior’s self titled album. It’s available for free on Noisetrade and I highly recommend checking it out.
This album puts a twist on modern bluegrass music. Lyrics are influenced mainly on the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. What better thing is there to sing about?
Check out the americana/country/bluegrass project of Jason Stinson of the band Overcome called Some Dark Hollow. They just released their new music video for the song “In Your Hands”. Some Dark Hollow also features other members of Overcome. …continue reading
David Crowder, the voice behind the David Crowder*Band, released his first EP under the name ‘Crowder’, comprising of some of the band’s greatest hits, musically arranged in an acoustic/bluegrass fashion with interesting results. Here is the review. …continue reading