(from the album Twisted Pine on
Signature Sound Recordings
In the beginning. Twisted Pine were obsessed with Bluegrass, reinventing classic string band tunes for the Boston/Cambridge Massachusetts Roots scene, playing locally while attending Berklee College of Music during school terms and venturing out to the festival circuit during the summer months. The fourpiece had a diverse musica...
(from the album Arthur Alexander on
The 1972 release of his self-titled album brought Arthur Alexander back into the music world. He recorded his first hit “You Better Move On” at a former tobacco warehouse turned into a recording studio. The success of the track became a building block for Rick Hall’s Fame Studios. Arthur Alexander’s init...
(from the album …to the edge)
The trio that forms 61 Ghosts adds a fourth influence, the sound of the band’s base, Clarksdale, Mississippi, and its rich history of Blues. The recent E.P. release,
….to the edge
, from 61 Ghosts, growls and roars in the language of dirty Blues with its blend of Hill Country homegrown styles, electric rock, and Americana. Gritty vocals and f...
(from the Out Along the Edges)
Los Angeles, California-based Roots musician Rich McCulley takes nothing for granted. With years of touring and studio gigs behind him, Rich still finds way to improve and challenge his guitar work as well as exposing his experiences in love and loss, good times and bad times, as he stays
Out Along the Edges
on his recent album release. Harmony and hooks ta...