The Brothers Comatose: "Brothers" (2016). New Live Music Video.

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The Brothers Comatose in this episode of the Pickathon On The Farm Series.


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The Carmonas: "Red Dirt Land" (2016). New Live Music Video.

Nashville's The Carmonas perform "Red Dirt Land" at the Family Wash as part of the American Songwriter and ReverbNation CONNECT "Discover" concert series. 


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Ruaile Buaile: "Falling" (2016). New Official Music Video.

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The Brothers Comatose: "Pickathon Pumphouse Sessions". New Live Music Videos.

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The Brothers Comatose perform "Angeline",  "Knoxville Foxhole", "City Painted Gold" and "Valerie"   live at the 2015 Pickathon Pumphouse Sessions in Portland, Oregon. 


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Dirty Grass Soul: "The Long Way" (2016). New .

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Some Dark Hollow: "Destination Unknown" (2016). New Single.

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Blending sounds from old school country, hillbilly folk, indie, bluegrass, and more, taking songwriting to a unique level where we put no boundaries or particular label on what we create. Letting the love for music and friendship fuel our passion.

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Pine Street Rambles: "Hazy Shade Of Gold" (2016). New Album.

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The Pine Street Ramblers are a four piece band from the Sierra Nevada foothills performing original and classic good time roots music. The Ramblers draw inspiration from a variety of musical styles, including bluegrass, hillbilly folk, old time, and good old-fashion roots rock.

 

Their high energy sound is a refreshing take on the typical modern string-band; their live show is a raucous powerhouse that deftly showcases their songwriting prowess in the context of foot stompin' good times and remarkable collective instrumental chops.

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The Barefoot Movement: "Live in L.A" (2016). New Album.

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Heartfelt, energetic, and down home. Heralded by CMT Edge as "one of the most promising bands on the bluegrass scene," the music of the Nashville based group The Barefoot Movement is as down to earth as their intention for members of their audience: sit back, relax, take your shoes off, and stay a while.

 

All the worries and frustrations of the world melt away as this charming, acoustic band takes listeners back to a simpler place and time. Whether you're seeking emotional ballads or rip-roaring barn-burners, you can expect a collection of music that offers something for everyone. With two full length albums, an EP of traditional music, several cross-country tours, and appearances at some of the top bluegrass festivals in the United States already under their belt, the possibilities for this act are endless. The group has enjoyed almost non-stop touring including a trip to Burkina Faso, Africa where they were guests of the American Embassy, and in September of 2014, they received a Momentum Award, naming them "Band of the Year" by the International Bluegrass Music Association.

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Al Scorch: "Circle Round the Signs" (2016). New Album.

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Al Scorch grew up in Chicago, with its storied history of corrupt power at the top and righteous fighters and big dreamers at the bottom. From the town that gave the world characters like Studs Terkel, Upton Sinclair, and the anarchists in Bughouse Square, Scorch adds his voice to the choir with the enthusiasm and charisma of a Maxwell Street preacher. He eyes the prize of that ever-elusive promised land that’s worth scrapping for, wherever or whatever it may be. With a stentorian bullhorn of a voice, he exhorts, not with a holy book in his hand, but a banjo and guitar. He’s a messenger and a conduit, a believer that a soul-stirring song will march you forward.

 

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The Whiskey Misters: "II" (2016). New Album.

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The Whiskey Misters are an old time string band creating original music in a woodshed somewhere in Tulsa and recording songs in a fancy studio with the hope that one day, those songs will make your leg wiggle.

 

Featuring: Alan Salisbury, Slappy McCoy and Rick "Scoot" Russell

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The Brothers Comatose: "Tops of the Trees"  (2016). New Live Music Video.

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The Brothers Comatose sing 'Top Of The Trees" in this episode of the Pickathon Pumphouse Series. Filmed in the Pumphouse at Pickathon. 

 


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Hackensaw Boys: "Charismo" (2016). New Album.

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Charismo is the Hackensaw Boys record you’ve been waiting to hear. The 11-track album feels like the zenith release of the band’s 17 years, gathering their diverse life experiences and myriad of roots influences, and crystallizing them into a magnum opus on the Hackensaw way of being. Traditional Appalachian and Delta music lay the groundwork, but it’s injected with a heavy dose of the contemporary, good-times-roll kind of spit and vinegar the band has become known for over the years.

 

Produced by Larry Campbell – who has lent his talents to Bob Dylan, Levon Helm, and countless others – Charismo sees the band reeled in and slightly refined, though still as spirited as ever. The songs (all written by longtime Hackensaws David Sickmen and Ferd Moyse) are tinged with an attitude of scrappy resilience, spinning tales and metaphors of everyday, working class struggles and triumphs. With Campbell’s production, the Hackensaw’s somewhat casual, porch-front aesthetic is sharpened around the edges, focusing in on the simple beauty of their melodies and the earnestness in their delivery.

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The Tennessee Warblers: "The Tennessee Warblers" (2016). New EP.

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This is the debut EP from the Nashville based string band the Tennessee Warblers.

 

The Tennessee Warblers are:

John Beck - Vocals & Mandolin

Charles Butler - Banjo & Dobro

Adam Dalton - Vocals & Guitar

Dean Marold - Upright Bass

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Reverend Hylton: "Stubborn Nail" (2016). New Album.

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Justin Hylton has toured the nation with his Americana  songs of relatable tales of life experiences. Heartbreak, addiction, partying, traveling and having a good time are the substance of his melodic musical, lyrical and vocal writings. 

 

Inspired by life, Justin’s lyrical undertones stem from “…seeing life just happen, living in the present and appreciating the beauty that we are surrounded with daily.”

 

From the stage to the crowd, a real performance is heard. Real words, sung by a real man, with real meaning make for an authentic time shared by both Justin and the crowd. 

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Left Coast Country: "Pines Fly By" (2016). New Album.

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Left Coast Country is a modern string band formed in 2010 from the exploding newgrass scene in Portland, OR

 

Their debut, Dark Down and Blue features the group’s high-energy, hard-driving originals and their contemporary take on the old bluegrass sound. Their second, self-produced and self-titled album propelled their versatile, dynamic sound onto the never-ending tour circuit of North America.

 

Dedication to their craft has made Left Coast Country one of the hardest working, up-and-coming acts in the Northwest.  The statement “for LCC pickin’ is not a hobby, not a job, but a way of life,” (B. Salmon – Bend Bulletin) could not be any more accurate.

 

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Brackish Water Jamboree: "Brackish Water Jamboree" (2016). New Album.

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“Brackish Water Jamboree is an eclectic mix of foot-stomping bluegrass, old-time folk and classic Americana pulled together with a high-energy performance and one extraordinary stage presence. Brackish Water Jamboree is a band that will bring down the house and bring the audience to their feet time and time again.”

 

- Brenda Barkley, Talent Buyer, Tidewater Friends of Folk

 

"HOPS in the PARK 2015 was a huge success thanks to numerous Virginia Breweries and the musical talents of Brackish Water Jamboree — these fellas know how to entertain a crowd!"

 

- Charlie Grant, Executive Director, Henricus Historical Park

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Low Water String Band: "Low Water String Band" (2016). New Album.

 

There’s something they don’t tell you about living on the Wind River Range. The car, the job, the two car garage? None of them pull you the same when you’ve heard the desert wind, watched the Popo Agie river churn, and heard the music that living in this place draws from you. Just like the music we play, we’re partly those who were born here, and partly those from far and wide who found this place, only to realize they were home.

 

Our music ranges from Traditional Bluegrass to Country Western to Indy. We just play the music we write, and let others worry about what to call it. 

 

You want to hear a waltz that recalls the magic of boyhood? We’ve got you covered. You want a moonshiners murder train song? This is the band for you. 

 

There’s something they don’t tell you about living on the Wind River Range. After you’ve lived here, the city lights forget your name.

 

Members: Jared Scott - Banjo and Vocals; Anne Scott - Bass, Guitar, and Vocals; Joe Lefevre - Mandolin, Fiddle, and Vocals; Stuart Cerovksi - Guitar and Vocals

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