New Frontier Touring News

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December 9, 2016

The Ballroom Thieves Win Three Awards at Boston Music Awards

The Ballroom Thieves brought home the trifecta of Folk Artist of the Year, Americana Artist of the Year, and Live Artist of the Year in the Boston Music Awards. Read more about the awards here.

 
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December 7, 2016

The Band of Heathens Premiere New Song “All I’m Asking” Via Popmatters

Austin quintet The Band of Heathens will release their new album Duende on January 13th. Today the group has shared “All I’m Asking”, the lead track from the forthcoming record, currently streaming via Popmatters. As singer/guitarist Ed Jurdi remarks of the track, “the key ingredients that made this song come together are a monster backbeat with a primal groove, a lush Phil Spector-like sonic template, with multi-tracked voices, guitars, keyboards and percussion, and a real honest and earnest lyrical sentiment.”

Listen: The Band of Heathens – “All I’m Asking”

Duende is currently available for pre-order via iTunes and Amazon.

 
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New Frontier Touring Artists Grab 7 Grammy Nominations!

Congratulations to our artists who garnered Grammy nominations! Best American Roots Performance: “Ain’t No Man” – The Avett Brothers  Best Americana Album: True Sadness – The Avett Brothers   Best Rock Song:  “My Name Is Human” – Highly Suspect Best American Roots Song: “Alabama At Night” – Robbie Fulks Best Folk Album: Upland Stories – Robbie Fulks Best Folk Album: Silver Skies Blue – Judy Collins & Ari Hest Best Recording Package: Sunset Motel – Reckless Kelly

 
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December 2, 2016

Paste Names Ages and Ages “As It Is” As One Of The Best Of 2016

Paste Magazine placed “As It Is” from Ages and Ages’s new album Something to Ruin at #42 in their 50 Best Songs of 2016. View the complete list here.

 
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November 30, 2016

Kacy & Clayton’s “Strange Country” Named One of the 15 Most Overlooked Albums of 2016 by Vinyl Me Please

Vinyl Me Please named Kacy & Clayton’s sophomore release, Strange Country as one of the 15 most overlooked albums of 2016. View the whole list here.

 
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November 29, 2016

Quebe Sisters join Kacey Musgraves for CMA Country Christmas special on ABC

Kacey Musgraves, with help of the über-talented Quebe Sisters, put us in the holiday spirit with Hawaiian carol ‘Mele KalikimakaIt also kind of has us craving piña coladas. You can watch the full performance here.

 
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November 28, 2016

Highly Suspect Rocks Billboard Charts

Highly Suspect’s new release, The Boy Who Died Wolf, is climbing the Billboard charts! Currently, it is

 

#28  BILLBOARD TOP 200

#15  TOP CURRENT ALBUMS

#1 – CURRENT ALTERNATIVE ALBUMS

#2 – ROCK

#2 – CORE ROCK

#2 – HARD MUSIC

#8 – DIGITAL ALBUMS

#34 – VINYL

 
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November 25, 2016

Darrell Scott and Ari Hest Featured on Mountain Stage’s “Best of 2016”

Mountain Stage will be rebroadcasting performances from Darrell Scott and Ari Hest & Judy Collins as part of their “Best of 2016” special, which begins feeding to 180 NPR stations this Friday. This special also includes performances from Hayes Carll, The Wood Brothers, Sarah Jarosz, and more.

Airtimes and stations can be found here.

Next week, this special episode will become available for download from our archives. To subscribe, click here.

 
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November 21, 2016

Highly Suspect’s “The Boy Who Died Wolf” Makes Waves on the Charts

Highly Suspect’s sophomore release, The Boy Who Died Wolf, has already drawn attention from audiences nationwide. The record is #2 on iTunes Rock Charts and #5 Overall as well as #3 on the Billboard Rock Album chart. Furthermore, the hit single, “My Name is Human,” is #2 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Charts and #4 on iTunes Rock Charts. You can purchase the album as well as see other Highly Suspect merch here.

 
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November 16, 2016

NPR Reviews and Premieres New Highly Suspect Album, “The Boy Who Died Wolf”

NPR is currently streaming Highly Suspect’s new album The Boy Who Died Wolf. Read their review of the new record and listen to it in its entirety here.