New Frontier Touring News

    October 19, 2018

    Heal The Music Day

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    What if your favorite song was never played? Written? Recorded? Your $10 donation = $300 in healthcare access for music industry professionals. “Heal The Music Day” is an effort to raise awareness and support for those people who make a living in the music industry, 76% of whom are self-employed or part of small business without access to group health benefits – including songwriters, producers, audio engineers, musicians, recording artists, publishers and more.  Your contribution keeps the music playing!

    Visit healthemusic.com to learn more about how you can commit to Heal The Music.

     

    Sister Sparrow Live @ Paste Studio NYC!

    Sister Sparrow stopped by Paste Studio in NYC to record three songs off of the most recent album Gold, plus a bonus track! Watch the full live session here.

     

    October 16, 2018

    Woody Paul Presents Acuff Fiddle to Ketch Secor in Moving Opry Moment

    It was a true Opry Moment Saturday night at the Opry’s 93rd birthday celebration and performance. Woody Paul gave an obviously stunned and delighted Old Crow Medicine Show‘s Ketch Secor a fiddle Roy Acuff had given Woody when he was 16.

    “I used to hang around the Opry when I was a kid, and I had a three dollar Sears and Roebuck fiddle,” Woody told the packed house. “Roy said ‘You need a better fiddle,’ and gave me this. I figure if Roy was here tonight he’d approve.”

    With that, Woody called Ketch to the mic and said “It’s a birthday party, and I want to give you a present,” and handed the fiddle to Ketch. The audience, witnessing a teeny tiny bit of history, audibly gasped. “Ketch is one of the greatest old time fiddlers I’ve ever heard, and I’m glad he’s part of our Opry family carrying on the old time traditions,”

     

    October 10, 2018

    Cicada Rhythm Voted Best Roots/ Folk Artist by Creative Loafing

    Cicada Rhythm is excited to have been voted best Roots/ Folk Artist by Atlanta-based Creative Loafing. Check out the rest of the winners here.

     

    October 9, 2018

    The Avett Brothers to Headline Hurricane Florence Benefit Concert

    GREENVILLE, NC (CelebrityAccess) – The Avett Brothers announced that they will headline a concert next month to assist with relief efforts in the wake of Hurricane Florence.

    The “Concert for Hurricane Florence Relief” benefit will take place at Minges Coliseum on the campus of Eastern Carolina University in Greenville, on Tuesday, November 13, 2018.

    Along with the Avetts, Future Islands and Valient Thorr are also lined up to perform at the show.

    All of the proceeds from the concert will be donated to ongoing relief efforts to assist those affected by the storm.

    The band is made up of two brothers, Scott Avett (ECU Alumnus) and Seth Avett, who play the banjo and guitar respectively, and Bob Crawford who plays bass. The other members of the band include Joe Kwon on cello, Bonnie Avett Rini on piano and Mike Marsh on drums. 

     

    October 5, 2018

    Glide Calls Will Hoge’s My American Dream “Perhaps This Year’s Most Powerful Political Protest”

    Glide writes, “His anger has a purpose beyond simply railing against what he feels is wrong. Some of the material is a search for empathy. Hoge says, “At the end of the day, that’s really what people are after, is just to be treated with some respect.” Read the full review here.

     

    The Main Squeeze Premieres “It Ain’t Me” with Relix

    The Main Squeeze told Relix, “We’re excited to share this one. We worked with a great producer named MARØ who became a friend which is always the best type of collaboration. We feel like he helped us find a really cool dimension to the band’s sound, the record has an attitude to it and it sort of has two sides to it musically and flips back and fourth, it was a lot of fun to make.” Read more and listen to the track here.

     

    Billboard Premieres Ryan Montbleau’s video “Looking Glass” from his Upcoming Album “Woodstock Sessions”

    Ryan tells Billboard, “The idea is just that everybody these days — myself included — we spend so much time staring into these screens, into our phones,” he explains. “It’s amazing the way we can connect nowadays, but it’s also sort of amazing the ways it can isolate us, too. The song is playing into those feelings — there are some sad sort of lines, some more playful lines. It’s not all bad, but it’s not all good, either.” Read more and watch the video here.

     

    October 2, 2018

    Sister Sparrow Shares New Single “Bad Habit”

    The track will be included on their upcoming album Gold, which is set to release on October 12th. Listen to the single and check out upcoming tour dates here.

     

    September 26, 2018

    The Artisanals “Go For Gold” in Charleston

    Charleston City Paper writes, “The resulting album begs for the Artisanals to be mentioned in the same breath as groups like Dawes and Blitzen Trapper who have managed to reinvent classic rock tropes with originality, wizened musicianship, and sharp songwriting. The band is ramping up its business ambitions along with its sound, aiming for a marketing and radio campaign along with a steady tour schedule designed to get their music in front of as many ears as possible. Regardless of what happens though, Delaware is his typically sanguine self.”

     

    Read more here.