After a stint in The Bandoliers, Vines reintroduces himself as a solo artist steeped in the influence of the region’s Americana legacy with flashes of alternative and indie rock.
Tall Tales is an uncanny time capsule. This old-time jug band faithfully recreates the DIY street music of the South, as shaped by the Roaring Twenties and Great Depression.
With the voice of an old soul and guitar chops somewhere between Andalusia and the Mississippi Delta, the artist’s talents are surprising at first, and haunting for long after.
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.
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 newly restored Lyric Theatre continues to bring great acts and music lovers to downtown Birmingham. Tonight, it hosts Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors. Americana in the Heart of Dixie.
On November 15, catch an assortment of acoustic folk and electric rock to Black Market Bar & Grill in Five Points.
Rachel Hebert’s genuine lyrics and honest Southern roots have made her an epitomical example of the Birmingham songwriter. Soul and success have taken her music all the way from the notebook to the studio.
The first album by trio Yellow Hammer Heart is a diverse fusion of garage rock fuzz and Americana. The combination works remarkably well, and each track sees it spun a different way.
The Matchcoats use pleasant harmony and delta blues inspired guitar to relate songs of growing up and lessons learned along the way.