Follow Us

Featured Artist Video

Black Umfolosi

Black Umfolosi - Promotional Video 2

Featured Audio

The Latest

Freshgrass Announces Whippoorwill Arts/FreshGrass Foundation Awards To Molly Tuttle And Keith Little
Molly Tuttle was honored with the Emerging Artist Award by the Whippoorwill Arts/FreshGrass Foundation.
Molly Tuttle wins Song of the Year at FAI!
Molly Tuttle's "You Didn't Call My Name" won Song of the Year at the 2017 Folk Alliance International Conference.
Year in Review: Favorite musical picks for 2017
While 2017 will be remembered for many things, it turned out to be a great year for new music.
NEA Premieres New Sand Animation & Podcast with Guy Mendilow Ensemble
Best Reminder to Bake Right with Hot Rise: Molly Tuttle, Rise
On the surface, it feels like 2017 was Molly Tuttle’s breakout year. In a matter of months, she went from releasing her debut LP, Rise, to winning the International Bluegrass Music Association’s Guitar Player of the Year award — becoming the first woman i
Music, narration combine for a journey with the Guy Mendilow Ensemble
It’s an otherworldly and exotic smorgasbord of sounds, but there’s a story behind each song performed by the Guy Mendilow Ensemble. For the man whose name graces the band, which performs Oct. 12 at the Clayton Center for the Arts, the job he undertakes
Molly Tuttle makes history at IBMA 2017
If you haven’t heard the music of Molly Tuttle, rest assured, after this week you will. The newest artist to sign on to the Compass Records roster, she’s the first woman in the 27-year history of the International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) Awa
World Cafe Nashville: Molly Tuttle
In the 27 years that the International Bluegrass Music Association has been handing out awards, no woman had ever even been nominated for guitarist of the year, until now. Molly Tuttle, a 24-year-old California native and current Nashville transplant, was
No Depression reviews AJ Croce's latest album, Just Like Medicine
The best prescription any doctor could write would require 30 days of daily doses of soul music (as the Young Rascals knew so well when they gave us “Good Lovin’ ”). The last couple of years have been great ones for soul music, with the returns of Stax’s
Hear A.J. Croce Sing Dad Jim Croce's Final Song 'Name of the Game'
A.J. Croce was only two years old when his father, Jim Croce, died in a plane crash in 1973, leaving behind a catalog of folk songs rooted in humor, honesty and hard-won wisdom. Some of those songs became posthumous hits. Others, like "Name of the Game,"
Croce Plays Croce
04/27/2018

YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts
Bay Shore, NY
Ten Strings And A Goat Skin
04/27/2018

New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
New Orleans, LA
Alash
04/28/2018

Festival International de Louisiane
Lafayette, LA
Sam Reider and The Human Hands
05/04/2018

Sails Music Series
Hickory, NC
The Barefoot Movement
05/11/2018

Midland Theatre
Newark, OH
Robin & Linda Williams
05/12/2018

Fur Peace Ranch
Pomeroy, OH
A.J. Croce
05/22/2018

Blues Alley
Washington, DC
Session Americana
06/02/2018

The Colonial Theatre - Bethlehem
Bethlehem, NH
Claire Lynch
06/21/2018

Station Inn
Nashville, TN
The East Pointers
07/01/2018

Central Park Summerstage
New York, NY

Copyright © 2013 Myriad Artists | All rights reserved.