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Treasure Map by Katie Stump

21-year-old Katie Stump is quickly proving her worth amongst the most prolific singers and songwriters of today.  Drawing from pop, folk, and country influences, her honest lyrics and vibrant melodies create a unique experience that pulls the listener into the beauty and vulnerability of the heart.
Her newly released single, Treasure Map, was co-written by Stump and Jason Afable and marks Katie’s return to the more country influenced songs in her repertoire. Treasure Map is the first single from her upcoming EP Feels Like Home produced by Grammy-winning producer Mikal Blue.
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Treasure Map


Crazy by Katie Stump

Crazy is the first song on Natural; the debut album from Pop/Folk Singer-Songwriter Katie Stump. In the face of the fast-paced synthesized mainstream, Natural is a refreshing return to the simplicity of honest musical expression. Offering a raw and emotive blend of earnest, heartfelt music. Pulling you into her world of love, fear, confidence and hope, Katie calls out the vulnerability we have within ourselves. In the song Crazy, light is shed upon the mystery of new sparks and the yearning for love’s validation.



Iridescent Eyes by Ken McAllister

From the self-titled album, produced on a sailboat on the Puget Sound


Ken McAllister

Iridescent Eyes by Ken McAllister


Potter's Field by Spence's Rye

Potter’s Field, the second track on the Spence’s Rye Studio Debut EP - Gathering Clouds.  Unique take on traditional Appalachian music.  FREE Live and Studio EP downloads at

Potter's Field by Spence's Rye


Home by Jess Skelton



"The End Of Tears" by Caleb Murphy

Ending song from the EP “Thank God They’re Wrong” - hope you enjoy it.

"The End Of Tears" by Caleb Murphy


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:

Official Website:

Buy on iTunes: iTunes



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


The Saga of Robert Earl by the Brett Mussey Band

The song reveals the travels and life of a good friend who left us a few years back.  Janet Parish provided the backup vocals which gave the song a new dimension.

Additional song selections may be found at Brett Mussey Band.

The Saga of Rober Earl by the Brett Mussey Band


Budget Cuts by Joe Ferris

Folk/Punk Protest song Budget Cuts by solo acoustic singer/song-writer Joe Ferris.

This is another preview of my E.P that I released this month. It’s available on my website, where you’ll also find links to videos and lots of lo-fi recordings.

The title says it all really - it’s a song about the state of the world economy and the injustice in real people having to suffer for the failures of the state, while the people with the power who create these situations get stupid bonuses and go on 4 holidays a year.

Budget Cuts by Joe Ferris


Put The Fork Down (Fatty) by Joe Ferris

Folk/Punk Comedy song by solo acoustic singer/song-writer Joe Ferris.

I wrote this a while ago now and re-recorded it for my new E.P ‘Shits ‘n’ Giggles!’ which is available from my webiste:  where you can also find lots more previews and links to videos. Also a guestbook that I hope you’ll leave me a message in!

This song is the musical equivalent of diet pills - I’ve heard about 12 step weight loss plans and I decided to streamline the whole process down to just one step. Put the fucking fork down!

Put The Fork Down (Fatty) by Joe Ferris


Sister by Emily Poe Project

Sister by Emily Poe Project

Noblesville, IN






Sister by Emily Poe Project


Keen by Liz Queler & Seth Farber

With stellar musical track records that include work on renowned studio projects, world tours, Broadway musicals, performances in top-notch clubs and festivals, Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, TV and film soundtracks, and production on two Grammy nominated albums, it’s clear which side of the good/great split Liz Queler & Seth Farber are on This husband and wife duo are lifelong professional musicians who literally grew up in the business and are now sharing the same great tradition with their 12 year-old son Joey Farber, who is also a budding musical star in his own right. Much like Emmylou Harris, Patty Griffin, and Bruce Hornsby, Liz & Seth’s eclectic folk/rock, Americana and bluegrass style is rooted in storytelling and songwriting, bringing evocative text alive with exceptional music.

Keen by Liz Queler & Seth Farber


PlasticLand by EllenOnceAgain

Ellen Once Again is a singer/songwriter and musician from Texas. Her blend of soul, folk and pop vocals blend effortlessly to make a sound that is vintage without sounding dated.

Known for her soulful heartfelt singing, positive lyrics, beautiful personality and infectious smile Ellen is inspired by Ingrid Michaelson, Lauryn Hill, Sara Bareilles, Adele, Corinne Bailey Rae & Stevie Wonder but maintains her own “quirky” musical identity.

PlasticLand by EllenOnceAgain


Lullaby In Loveland by Boho Chapeau

After many years apart Los Angeles based band Boho Chapeau has reunited to bring a fresh indie folk sound to fans and critics alike. Lead by singer/songwriter Kevin Quinn the band boasts some of the best players in the country.

Guitarist George Keller’s musical muse is influenced by an eclectic variety of music including classic rock, jazz, classical and blues. His first professional experience was long-time accompanist for guitarist George Cromarty, co-writer of the classic “Plastic Jesus” folk song.

Bassist Fred Hammon is a jazz influenced musician who also designs and manufactures his own line of Dark Star bass pickups. He’s also bassist for the popular blues band “The Priests of Love”.

Percussionist Lee Ann Harris is both a seasoned performer and an in-demand session player. Her work has appeared on numerous film scores, albums and television programs.

Lullaby In Loveland by Boho Chapeau


Better Days by Jennifer Richman

Sometimes we survive through our art, and sometimes we save others. Jennifer Richman has done both. The Brooklyn born and bred singer/songwriter has a penchant for uplifting lyrics and songs of hope and inspiration. Her song “Beautiful Girl” spent over 30 weeks on Top 40 and Adult Contemporary Charts in 2010, and Jennifer was nominated as Best Female Artist and Best New Artist of 2010 by New Music Weekly Magazine.

Better Days by Jennifer Richman


Hurricane by Summerfield

Comprised of cousins Summer Collins (15, vocals and guitar) and Isaac Ball (20, violin), Summerfield is an astonishing modern country-pop duo that, in barely a year, has won legions of fervent fans stretching from the pair’s Fayetteville, North Carolina, home to as far away as Russia and Europe. But, being close relatives, Summerfield’s roots naturally go back farther than the act’s official beginnings.

Hurricane by Summerfield


Train Whistle by Hotels and Highways

Erin Sidney (aka Syd), Patrick Thomas and Lisa Piccirillo are each experienced touring and recording artists with self-released albums and a thick portfolio of singer/songwriter accolades. In the Fall of 2010 they came together in a lakeside cabin to form Hotels & Highways and record what would become “Lost River”, a folk-tinged meditation on the deeper meaning of living and a love letter to the spirit of collaboration.

Train Whistle by Hotels and Highways


Bumblebee by Rachel Brown

23-year-old Rachel Brown is a singer, songwriter and musician born and raised in New York City. Brown’s music fuses pop, country, Caribbean, Hawaiian and world sounds into a captivating groove.

Bumblebee by Rachel Brown


Washerwoman's Lament by Phyllis Sinclair

In every way, Phyllis Sinclair is a lady of conviction. Phyllis Sinclair creates songs of dignity and change. Ethnically of the Canadian Cree tribe, or “Swampy Cree” as she jovially qualifies, and raised in deep poverty by a single mother in Winnipeg, her musical blend of folk, pop, and country seeks to encourage those who struggle with life and often places her in league with fellow messengers like Joan Baez, Judy Collins and Stan Rogers.

Washerwoman's Lament by Phyllis Sinclair