Appalachia is no stranger to the complexity of media representation. Since our country's inception, there has been a palpable divide between Urban and Rural America. Within this great divide, certain regions are viewed as "other," and blamed for America's social ills.
Demi Marriner performs a beautiful live acoustic version of her song "Snakes & Ladders" for Under The Apple Tree sessions.
Rodney Crowell and Emmylou Harris perform "The Traveling Kind" in a 1954 Silverstreak Trailer in East Nashville.
Kellie Pickler and Phil Vassar star in the music video for their Christmas single "The Naughty List."
Funny Christmas video by Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers performing "The Strangest Christmas Yet."
This is the official video for Jaime Wyatt´s single "Wasco". A song included in her album "Felony Blues" (2016).
Sam Outlaw performs a beautiful live acoustic version of 'White Christmas' for Under The Apple Tree sessions.
One of the most remarkable news of the recent GRAMMY® nominations is Rodney Crowell´s for Best American Roots Song with "It Ain't Over Yet (feat. Rosanne Cash & John Paul White)". A beautiful piece of music art.
Borderline feat. Amanda Shires can be heard in Tommy Emmanuel´s upcoming album, Accomplice One, out January 19th.
This is the second single from Amber Lawrence's brand new Christmas Album "Aussie Aussie Christmas."
Radney Foster performing "For You To See The Stars" at Music City Roots Live From the Factory on 11.22.2017
"Home" written by P.Bidanset & J. McLaughlin.
Video recording & production by Jacob Adcock, Golden Boys Photo & Film (2017)
Chamomile & Whiskey play "Nelson County" from their new album, 'Sweet Afton' live in studio at WNRN.
John Prine and Iris Dement perform "In Spite of Ourselves" at the Ryman Auditorium, in Nashville, TN. Video by Austin City Limits.
The Netherlands announced their artist for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest today! This morning, they sent out a teaser on their official YouTube channel which left the Dutch audience guessing who it would be.
Mipso’s official video for the title track from their recent album release, "Coming Down The Mountain".
Take a moment to imagine yourself on a long and tiring journey on horseback, filled with soreness, thirst and saddle pain. Finally, you reach your destination… a warm, welcoming bath of uplifting music, cheerful people and fresh water – or other liquid of choice – awaits. You instantly feel like you are bathing in soothing solar heat.
"Cedarwood Pines" is the second in a series of new songs The Brothers Comatose will release in 2017 and 2018. "Cedarwood Pines" was produced by John Vanderslice, and recorded at Tiny Telephone studio in San Francisco.