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Strand of Oaks: “Hard Love” and “Salt Brothers”

The mighty Strand of Oaks have just released a powerful new album. Here they share the title track from Hard Love, along with a second tune from the record, live at Relix.


Shovels & Rope: The Relix Session

In our recent feature on Shovels & Rope, which is comprised of married couple Cary Ann Hearst and Michael Trent, we noted that their latest record, Little Seeds, represents "a change of pace from...


Marc Broussard: The Relix Session

Last fall, acclaimed "Bayou Soul" singer Marc Broussard released his second philanthropic album S.O.S. 2: Save Our Soul: Soul On A Mission. All proceeds of the album, a collection of 50's and 60's...


Bill Kirchen & Austin De Lone “The Times They Are A-Changin’”

Just in time for Presidents' Day, Bill Kirchen and Austin de Lone cover Bob Dylan's "The Times They Are A-Changin'," They recently wrapped up a tour in support of their collaborative album...


The Get Right Band “Requiem for the Chemical Memory”

In our review of The Get Right Band's latest album, Who's In Charge, we note that they are a "perfect party band, well suited for any occasion where maintaining the right vibe is of prime...


Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion “Never Far from My Heart”

For Valentine's Day, we revisit this performance from longtime musical and life partners Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion. Here they share a fitting song from their 2011 release Bright Examples.


Bobby Rush (2017 Grammy Winner): The Relix Session

The legendary Bobby Rush recently turned 83 years old. Last night he won the Best Traditional Blues Album Grammy for his latest record Porcupine Meat. Here he shares songs and stories, live at Relix...


Swampcandy: The Relix Session

Ruben Dobbs and Joey Mitchell are the two musicians at the core of Swampcandy. The primitive blues-influenced group, which is based in Annapolis, MD is touring in the Northeast over the coming week....


Dan Layus “Dangerous Things”

This week Dan Layus will wrap up his national tour in support of his new record Dangerous Things. Tonight, Tuesday, Feb. 7 he'll be at the Hamilton in Washington D,C.,followed by shows on Wednesday...


Jo Mersa Marley “One Love”

Jo Mersa Marley, who is the oldest son of Stephen Marley and the grandson of Bob Marley, has established himself as a reggae artist in his own right, through recent singles "Burn It Down," "Rock and...


The Walcotts “Coalinga”

The Walcotts named themselves after The Band’s "The W.S. Walcott Medicine Show," a song that alludes to the traveling medicine shows that Levon Helm witnessed while growing up in Arkansas. The Band...


Young Mister “Anybody Out There”

This past summer Steven Fiore released his debut album as Young Mister. The Charleston, SC native took up the project after six years as a songwriter with Universal Music Publishing, and numerous...


Formula 5: The Relix Session

Formula 5 will kick off an extensive two month tour on Wednesday, February 1 in Worcester, MA. Here the New York-based quartet shares some of their souful, soaring original music, live at Relix.


SUSTO “Dream Girl”

Over the weekend SUSTO made their network television debut on CBS This Morning: Saturday. They are currently on tour in support of their new album & I'm Fine Today. Here they perform a song from...


Holly Bowling: Grateful Dead Session

Holly Bowling's latest album, Better Left Unsung, presents solo instrumental interpretations of Grateful Dead songs. Here she offers a medley that includes "Cryptical Envelopment," "The Other One"...


The Allman Brothers Band “In Memory of Elizabeth Reed” (Live at Lockn’)

In memory of Butch Trucks, we look back to Lockn' 2014 and this epic performance from the Allman Brothers Band. The ABB wore shirts that day in honor of ABB crew member Brian Farmer, who had passed...

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