As his website promises, “Not all cowboys are from the west.” Ryan Luce, born and raised in upstate New York, is a testament to the power and universality of country music. His latest EP, California Gold, offers a blend of country-western Americana and Pacific Rock à la Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers to paint energetic narratives with lasting visual effect.
Currently on the Let It Go Easy LP tour throughout the Netherlands, Mercy John has been praised across Europe for their impassioned voices and their knack for emotion-driven songwriting.
A lifetime in the making, as they describe it, Last Call for Dreamers calmly runs through topics ranging from the traveling band lifestyle to childhood and teenage nostalgia. Drenched in heartache but with subtle spices of optimism, the new album is a folksy southern rock record built on red dirt roads and pine tree forests and then strengthened by asphalt highways.
Consistently flying overseas to entertain and perform for dispatched American troops, Rachel Lipsky spends her time at home in the Nashville area gigging and performing, even recently winning the Nashville Hard Rock Rising Competition and sharing the stage with the likes of Sam Hunt, Kelsea Ballerini, and Blake Shelton.
A foreshadowing of his upcoming debut full-length album out this summer, Johnson’s latest single “Front Seat” continues to strengthen a discography that excels in its adaptability and promises large success on the horizon.
Country-pop singer-songwriter Patrick Murphy has one of those voices that makes you stop and listen. With tonality and vocal ranges that resemble radio stars like