This Frday, three traveling songwriters will share their music and their stories at Moonlight on the Mountain, Birmingham’s own listening room.
Atl’s Hylton is the consummate traveling artist, racking up 200 gigs per year. He’s been through a lot on the road: good times, bad times, even a few he may not remember. His latest tour brings his experiential storytelling to The Nick on April 22.
Recoil’s tales of love, loss, faith, and betrayal all draw from Mayfield’s personal experiences, and the sincerity behind his performance is hard to deny.
This February, Steel City Jug Slammers songwriter Ramblin’ Ricky Tate has released his second solo EP. It’s a collection of folksy, bare-bones tunes rattling with wit, charm, and humor.
The 2016 season had just ended for Small Stages music series, but after hearing Courtney Marie Andrew’s voice, an exception was made. See why tonight.
Classic style meets contemporary tones when Raquel Lily performs. The singer/songwriter/engineer/producer draws from influences that span decades, balancing lyrical whimsy with clever composition
Mobile songwriter Ferrill Gibbs performs at Moonlight on the Mountain this Wednesday, and he’s assembled a colorful cast of musicians to play along.
Jeremy Moore has just released his first LP, My Love’s Ghost. He’ll play songs from this heartfelt collection at Seeds Coffee this Friday. Here’s what we can expect.
Songwriter Jessica Lamb’s new EP delivers five songs of personal experience, growing up, and lessons learned on the road.
From the Flora-Bama to Avondale Brewing, singer/songwriter Megan Kane has quickly made a name for herself across the state.