Ellis Dyson & The Shambles
Nashville Bluegrass Band
Ramblin' Jack Elliott
The Campbell Brothers
The Fairfield Four
The Farewell Drifters
The HillBenders Present: Tommy
The Lonely Heartstring Band
The Seldom Scene
KCA Artists News
Grammy-winner, Nashville Songwriter Hall of Fame member, Academy of Country Music Poet’s Award honoree, and fearless raconteur Guy Charles Clark died Tuesday after a long illness.
The Fairfield Four have won their 3rd Grammy after this years 58th Grammy Awards for their album Still Rockin' My Soul.
Folk Alliance presented a lifetime achievement award to American treasure Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, the 84-year-old folk legend who befriended Woody Guthrie and directly inspired Bob Dylan – and, by extension, every one of the more than 2,000 folkies hanging around Kentucky for Folk Alliance this past week.
For 30 years, Foster has thrived as a songwriter, recording artist, live performer and producer. His songs—solo, with Foster and Lloyd and recorded by other artists—have topped the country, Americana, and AAA charts alike.
We would like to congratulate Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley for their nomination in Best Bluegrass Album for Before The Sun Goes Down on Compass Records. We would also like to congratulate The Fairfield Four for their nomination in Best Roots Gospel Album with Still Rockin’ My Soul on Fairfield Four Records.
SHEL is the acronym for the four sisters names: Sarah on violin, Hannah on keyboards, Eva on mandolin, and Liza on drums, djembe and beatboxing. SHEL’s forthcoming sophomore LP will be released on Dave Stewart’s new label, Dave Stewart Entertainment, in the Spring of 2016.