Tag Archives | Americana Roots

The Forks

The Forks – Round The Bend

The Forks are Donovan Thorimbert and Hank Gimby. They’re a couple of dudes that are just “cruising down the Folky-Rock highway in a banj-o-mobile” as their Facebook page states. If you like the banjo and the genres of music that comes with it then stay tuned, you may like these guys! The Forks – Round […]

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Patrick Ames

Patrick Ames – All I Do Is Bleed – Review

Patrick Ames has been on our website several times now for quite a few musical projects. He’s been releasing EP’s for a few years now. I’ve been a huge fan of Patrick’s music and I still am. Let’s dig in! Patrick Ames – All I Do Is Bleed I have a sincere appreciation for Patrick […]

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Review of TJ Leonard and his song "Tennessee Waltz"

TJ Leonard – Featured Artist

TJ Leonard is our featured artist this week and let me tell you, he is unique. Until TJ, I’ve never even heard of this combination before: A guy from Sweden singing country music and writing songs about Tennessee. TJ states in Indie Music LIVE! 163 that even though he’s been playing and producing multiple genres […]

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The Mayan Factor

The Mayan Factor – Featured Artist

The Mayan Factor is a band that has an uncommon story. We talked to lead singer Lenny who actually just recently came into the band, relatively speaking. They’ve been promoting their new single “Hope” and we liked it so we decided to feature them! Once you hear their music you’ll understand and will be coming […]

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James Lee Baker

James Lee Baker – Cowtown Blues – Review

James Lee Baker has a clean sound. He’s not really country, he’s not really rock…he’s sort of an Americana mix of a classic American sound. In his new single “Cowtown Blues” he brings out the shuffle beat with a harmonica, acoustic guitar and his voice and it brings a smile to my face. James Lee […]

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joe Carl

Joe Carl – No Money Left For Fun – Review

Joe Carl is a new solo artist who recently released his first double single, No Money Left For Fun. The single consists of two separate tracks, both individually short in duration: “1974” is a mere one minute and twenty seconds; while the second track “Monochrome” is exactly two minutes long. Joe Carl’s debut double single […]

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Bill Abernathy

Bill Abernathy – Cry Wolf – Review

Bill Abernathy is a guitarist and singer/songwriter based in Kansas City, MO. If you’re into rootsy folk-rock with a bit of a political edge then keep reading! He’s influenced by Dan Fogelberg, CSN, Kenny Loggins and other artists in those genres but isn’t afraid to step out of the box. Bill Abernathy – Cry Wolf So, […]

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