New Frontier Touring News

    June 15, 2018

    The Quebe Sisters Make Authentic Texas Magazine Cover Story

    To enjoy the whole story, check out the link here


    June 14, 2018

    Paul Thorn Makes His Grand Ole Opry Debut

    He has fought Roberto Duran on national TV, he has jumped out of an airplane, and he has toured coast to coast for the past 20+ years. But it wasn’t until Wednesday June 14, 2018 that Paul Thorn played the Grand Ole Opry for the first time!  Thorn, accompanied by his long-time guitarist Bill Hinds, and backed by the Opry house band, played two songs from his new gospel album “Don’t Let the Devil Ride,” and his rafter-raising fan-favorite “Mission Temple Fireworks Stand” to a near capacity crowd at the Opry House.  He was presented with his own commemorative personal parking sign, which means he will be invited back and won’t have to use the Bass Pro Shops parking lot in the future…  Congrats Paul!


    June 13, 2018

    Soren Bryce Releases “Discussions with Myself”

    Soren Bryce’s self-released album, “Discussions with Myself,” is out today. Originally written and recorded in 2016, we’re glad the world finally gets to hear it.





    Rolling Stone premiers Rodney Crowell’s New Video of “Leaving Louisiana In The Broad Daylight”

    Rolling Stone premiers Rodney Crowell’s new video of “Leaving Louisiana In The Broad Daylight” and also talks about the new “Acoustic Classics” album due out July 13, along with Rodney’s observations.   Watch the video and read the short story here.


    June 8, 2018

    Cicada Rhythm Premier “Shake Up” Video with Paste Magazine

    Paste Magazine premiered Cicada Rhythm’s new music video, “Shake Up” describing the video as “a transformative art piece.” You can watch the video and read the full piece here.





    Soren Bryce Featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday

    Soren Bryce’s new track, “Sober,” was featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist. The track is a collaboration between Soren and Toronto-based producer Pusher. Listen here!


    May 31, 2018

    Carlene Carter to Unveil Historic Marker in Franklin KY Commemorating Mother’s 1968 Marriage to Johnny Cash

    The Kentucky Historical Society will dedicate a new historical marker at 11 a.m. on Friday (June 1) on the west lawn of the Simpson County Courthouse in Franklin, Kentucky. The marker will commemorate the marriage of Johnny Cash and June Carter in 1968 in a surprise wedding that took place in the Methodist Church across the street from the courthouse. The honor of unveiling the bronze marker will go to someone who was present for the wedding 50 years ago – Carlene Carter. Carlene will also perform in concert at 3 p.m. on Saturday (June 2) on an outdoor festival stage in downtown Franklin.

    To read more about this event, click here!


    May 9, 2018

    The Suffers Shout Out to All the Moms Out There

    In honor of Mother’s Day, the Suffers released a video for their song “Mammas.” Check out the video HERE and then call your mom!


    May 8, 2018

    Ages and Ages Release “Needle And Thread”

    Ages and Ages’ latest single, “Needle And Thread” asks the question of whether it’s better to live life in a bubble or be constantly tied to the 24-hour news cycle that has become all too prevalent in our daily lives. Listen to the new song here!


    May 4, 2018

    Paul Thorn’s “Don’t Let the Devil Ride” is WFPK’s Album of the Month

    Paul Thorn’s Don’t Let the Devil Ride album was featured by WFPK as their Album of the Month! Read the full write-up here!