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Entries in Altcountry (15)


"I Don't Know" by Adela & Jude

“I Don’t Know” by Adela & Jude is a little ditty about us all ending up inthe same place.  Adela & Jude travel the country singing songs about death to make you feel alive.  Join us on our travels.  Debut record “In Loving Memory” debuts in the fall of ‘13.  This cut was produced by our friend Andrew at Hi-N-Dry Studios in Somerville Mass. 

"I Don't Know" by Adela & Jude


Parkside Road by Jack Cade

Fifth track on the album ‘This Fiery Road’ by Jack Cade and the Everyday Sinners. This track has been made available as a free download on the Jack Cade site. It features the very fine fiddle playing of of Chris Haigh.

The album is available from:

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Parkside Road by Jack Cade


The Fiery Road by Jack Cade and the Everyday Sinners

The title track from the newly released album ‘This Fiery Road’ by Jack Cade and the Everyday Sinners

The album is available from:

Official Website:

Buy on iTunes: iTunes



The Fiery Road by Jack Cade and the Everyday Sinners


I'd Give The World by jJolley

jJolley is a talented surf survivor. Not the California, Beach Boys kind of surf but the gritty Motor City Rock & Roll kind of surf… the Bob Seger, Kid Rock, Eminem kind of surf. Through his stamina and dedication, Jay has kept his balance and caught some great waves. He’s established himself as an exciting singer performing at the front of such notable bands as 2XL, Flash, Notorious Johnny’s and The Heat.

I'd Give The World by jJolley


On Something New by Renee Wahl

This is something Renée Wahl seems to have realized instinctively from an early age. As an alternative country/Americana/Rockabilly artist, Wahl has followed a non-traditional path to a career in music, and yet no one who has known her over the years would ever question her destination. Wahl enrolled in the musical theater program at Staten Island’s Wagner College only to find college life mundane. Finding her way to Philadelphia, Wahl became a regular on the local Indie music scene. After a stint in the US Air Force, where Wahl served first as a flight specialist and later as a physicist and educator, she returned to music. Eventually making her way to Nashville, Wahl’s affable personal style helped her network with some of the brightest lights on Music Row. This combined with her natural talents as a singer and a songwriter have Wahl poised on the verge of widespread name recognition.

On Something New by Renee Wahl


Do What the Man with the Gun Says by Martin England

There is an avenue that runs through the heart of singer/songwriter Martin England. To know him, all you must do is travel it. The signs are clear and readable, the parks and haunts are accessible, and the pave is warm even when it is sharp.

Do What The Man With The Gun Says by Martin England


St. Paul On Mississippi by Arron Dean

I grew up on a small farm not too far from Johannesburg, South Africa to a family railed against the horrors of Apartheid. Skipping over my school years (they weren’t really all that exciting) and the political upheaval (I was raised for freedom so it came as no shock to me) I found myself in Boston, MA in 1999. I was pretty young and utterly in love with jazz. I was desperate to be a great jazz guitarist but the problem with that is no one really cares anymore about jazz guitarists and I was never that good anyhow.

St. Paul On Mississippi by Arron Dean


Lay Me Down by Leslie DiNicola

Sitting across from Leslie DiNicola, you get the feeling that you’re sipping coffee with Sandra Bullock or Jennifer Aniston- the sexy “girl next door.” But when she opens her mouth on stage, she unleashes the soulful blues diva that will rock your world. Not many artists today can dazzle 38,000 people at Citi Field and then, moments later, take the stage at an intimate club like Googie’s Lounge and captivate the audience with merely a whisper into the microphone. But Leslie DiNicola can. And has.

Lay Me Down by Leslie DiNicola


Water's Edge by Simon Fagen

Simon Fagan is not our typical Irish singer songwriter. Blending elements of gospel and folk with acoustic rock, Simon and band produce a big Americana sound. He’s opened for both Lionel Richie and Smokey Robinson and has sold out shows in Ireland, The UK and Egypt.

Water's Edge by Simon Fagen


Longing by Bel Air

New track “Longing” from forthcoming Bel Air record, “Fortuna”.  Bel Air is a five piece indie-americana band from Brooklyn, NY.

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Moving On by The Famous

Take the ‘50s-era country of Hank Williams, Sr. and filter it through ‘70s punk rock, ‘80s psychobilly, and ‘90s post-punk. You’ll find yourself staring eye-to-eye with San Francisco’s own “Pixies in a cowboy hat.”

Moving On


Upgrade by Jensen Keets

Upgrade- Jensen Keets

Music and fashion have always been great ways to make a statement. Jensen Keets, is a singer/songwriter/fashion designer who is ready for her close up. After spending nearly five years perfecting her first full length, self-titled album, Jensen is ready to share her K.D. Lang-esque twang vocals meets Alanis Morissette’s irreverent pop/rock style with the world.


Long Goodbye by The Nadas

Long Goodbye- The Nadas

The Nadas are Iowa’s signature alt-rock-country band, selling more than 125,000 albums through their own label, Authentic Records. They embarked on a new approach to recording with their upcoming seventh release, Almanac (March 2010), which was recorded over the last year completely in front of their fans through a live streaming video blog. The sound that developed out of that process was an alternative approach to the traditional pop tunes. Singers/guitarists Mike Butterworth and Jason Walsmith, bassist Jon Locker, drummer Jason Smith, and violinist Becca Smith mix country, rock, alternative, and indie with flawless songwriting and catchy melodies for a crowd-pleasing experience.


Cowboy Movie by 8 Ball Aitken

Cowboy Movie by 8 Ball Aitken

Coming from a farming community in Far North Queensland, 8 Ball Aitken is the oldest son of an impoverished family of twelve children. 8 Ball spent his adolescence on a banana plantation, living in a rough tobacco shed with resident rats, bats, snakes, and spiders as his sleeping companions. He started work as a farm labourer aged fifteen, doing back-breakingly hard work on the mango and banana plantations of the Atherton Tablelands, a man’s work for a boy’s pay. He had to help support his family with these wages.


Yellow Moon - 8 Ball Aitken

Yellow Moon by 8 Ball Aitken

8 Ball Aitken is authentic — a real-deal Outback character who rattles the roof, stomps the planks, and gets his audiences whooping and hollering along in a frenzy of pure exuberance.  He plays a sizzling hot blend of original Australian roots-rock, served up spiced with country and blues — roots music with balls.