The track is a preview of his full-length Rounder debut 'Depreciated,' due later this year.
The track was written solely, like most of the acclaimed 'Good Luck With Whatever' album, by frontman/guitarist Taylor Goldsmith.
The EP marks the fifth anniversary of the release of the Grammy-nominated album.
The track was written for NPR's Morning Edition Song Project, which invites artists to capture life in the COVID-19 era.
‘Live in Boston, 1982: The Complete Concert,’ out December 4, features 12 previously-unreleased tracks from the memorable show.
Critics are eulogizing about the new album, Dawes' seventh studio set.
The legendary blues-rocker has teamed up with the T.J. Martell Foundation to support ovarian cancer research.
The track strikes a confessional, reflective air, with simple guitar and piano accompaniment to frontman Taylor Goldsmith's vocals.
The single “Who Do You Think You’re Talking To?" is now available to stream and download.
The duo accompanied the video with an announcement for a charity livestream on August 7, with proceeds going to Indigenous non-profit, Honor the Earth.
Amy Ray and Emily Saliers performed songs off their new album, ‘Look Long’ for the newest edition of ‘Rolling Stone’’s IGTV series, ‘In My Room’.
The album is produced by John Leventhal, much feted for his work with Rosanne Cash, Elvis Costello and others.
The self-titled set is released by Rounder Records via Concord and is winning plaudits for its classic but modern roots style.
Fish is currently on an exhaustive US tour, with European dates to follow in February and March 2020.
Often clad in a Panama hat and big, dark sunglasses, the enigmatic performer rose to prominence in the mid-1970s.