Rhonda Vincent Fights Crime; Old Crow Medicine Show Announces Album, Tour; New Record Releases

Juli Thanki | April 29th, 2014

  • Old Crow Medicine Show’s Remedy will be released on ATO Records July 1. Here’s a teaser.
  • Singer-songwriter-overachiever Donna Hughes is putting out two albums this year: bluegrass record From the Heart and Fly, which will be an Americana release. You can get more info on Hughes’ fundraising page.
  • I adore these photos of black belt and badass octogenarian Willie Nelson in his karate gi.
  • Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis visited KOKE-FM to sing “Hangin’ On” from their forthcoming record, Our Year.
  • Yep Roc Records compiled a free sampler that features performances by Dave and Phil Alvin, Mandolin Orange, Tony Joe White, and several other Yep Roc acts.
  • Blues Music Magazine is also offering a sampler; this one includes music by The Nick Moss Band, John Nemeth, and more.
  • The Seldom Scene released a video for their new collaboration with Emmylou Harris, “Body and Soul.”
  • GLAAD has invited Kacey Musgraves to sing at the GLAAD Media Awards in New York this weekend. Musgraves will be the first country singer to perform at the
  • Mark Hodges, founder of bluegrass label Mountain Fever Records, has formed a new Americana-focused imprint called Travianna Records.
  • Stream the new Nashville soundtrack before its May 6 release.
  • Those Darlins paid tribute to Dolly Parton by covering “Jolene” for The A.V. Club’s “Pioneering” video series.
  • This week’s album releases (thanks for helping to support E145 by purchasing your music through our affiliate links):

Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys Riding Your Way: The Lost Transcriptions for Tiffany Music, 1946-1947  

Bryan Sutton Into My Own

Ernest Troost O Love

Josh Grider Luck & Desire

North of Nashville North of Nashville

Edward David Anderson Lies & Wishes

Mason Jar Fireflies Mason Jar Fireflies

Old 97s Most Messed Up

James House Broken Glass Twisted Steel

Eli Cook Primitive Son

Ray LaMontagne Supernova

Jake London Runaway Heart

Michelle Lewis The Parts of Us That Still Remain

Tommy Malone – Poor Boy

Bridgette DeMeyer – Savannah Road

  • And a couple DVDs:

The Allman Brothers Band: March 26, 2009, 40th Anniversary Show, Beacon Theatre

The Milk Carton Kids: Live from Lincoln Theatre

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