News Roundup: Bob Dylan, St. Vincent & David Byrne, Mumford & Sons

Written by September 7th, 2012 at 11:55 am

Stream Bob Dylan’s highly anticipated Tempest and read our extensive review of the album before it comes out on September 11. More

Check out our latest reviews, featuring new albums from The Avett Brothers, St. Vincent & David Byrne, Corb Lund, Matchbox Twenty, Alanis Morissette, My Darling Clementine and The Time JumpersMore

Our Ronnie Milsap “Country Cut” Contest came to a close. The finalists were announced and “What I Wouldn’t Give” will be on Milsap’s next album. More

Watch the video premiere of von Grey’s “Coming for You.” This young indie-folk band’s debut single is already taking over Triple A Radio. More

Listen to the premiere of Larry and His Flask’s song “Closed Doors.” The Oregon based  punk and bluegrass outfit’s new song is off their EP Hobo’s Lament, to be released September 25. More

Hear what up-and-coming British indie-folk band The Dunwells have to say about their song “So Beautiful.” The song is on the re-released version of their debut album Blind Sighted Faith.

We talked to Dylan LeBlanc, a 22-year-old songwriter in the tradition of Gram Parsons, about his sophomore album, Cast The Same Old Shadow, the inspiration behind it and touring with Lucinda Williams. More

Peavey Hollywood, a showroom, store and education center, opened on Sunset Boulevard on September 1. The celebration included drinks and music and plenty of product. More

We interviewed Patterson Hood about his latest solo album, his band Drive-By Truckers and Vic Chesnutt’s legacy. Read more about what he is up to during the Truckers’ hiatus. More

For the latest installment of CMT’s Crossroads, singer-songwriter legend Emmylou Harris will be teaming up with the English folk-rock band Mumford & SonsMore

The Secret Sisters are the latest artists to participate in our Drinks With interview series, where they discuss their love for Brandi Carlile, working with T Bone Burnett and more. For the record, Laura’s a mocha girl, while Lydia loves a good soy machiato. More

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