This is the season for ghost stories, and troubadour Ramblin’ Ricky Tate delivers with “The Witch,” a tale of graveyard cavorting and bewitched consorting.
Shovels & Rope play at Avondale Brewing on April 26. We spoke with the duo ahead of the show.
While his adroit fingerstyle rings with Southern charm, the nuances of Adkins’ music defy Americana norms. With is latest album of hymns, one may question if the genre really suits his work at all.
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.
The band’s smooth folk-rock indie sound is partnered well with meaningful lyrics that translate to real emotions, hopes, and desires.
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.
Howdy, folks. Are you missing that old kick in your step? Is there a hitch in your getalong? Have you fallen and you can’t get up? Well, we have good news, friends. The answer to all your problems is in this jug.
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.
Nashville’s folk-modern trio arrives in Birmingham tonight with Ben Rector. First, they talk origins, influences, and what the future holds.