Classy and classic country duet territory from Wales, Black Feathers have a foot in the folk and rock of Americana.
Virtuoso guitar/violin duo, Brooks Williams and Aaron Catlow, dig into their American songbook.
Drive-By Truckers do. if you will, a sort of Fables of the “Recollections”, reconstructing their past into songs of experience and charm.
Heidi Talbot releases Sing It For A Lifetime. Seldom has heartbreak sounded so beautiful. And so positive.
Gothic Americana like you’ve never heard before from The Weeping Willows – with love from Melbourne, Australia!
We are honoured to welcome Jamie McDell to the pages of At The Barrier to write of her love for the legendary Linda Ronstadt.
Acoustic Americana at its finest on the self-titled debut album from Harley Kimbro Lewis!
Americana/Blues mix – with love from Zagreb, Croatia. She Brought Me Gasoline release There Were Times.
They’ve raised sand, now Robert Plant and Alison Krauss raise the roof in the most subtle fashion.
Zesty debut from Utah folkie turned Nashville country rocker. Alicia Stockman releases These Four Walls.
Debut release from polished newcomer Margo Cilker; retro Americana hues in a new light, looking both backward and forward. A name to watch and remember.
The Hello Darlins deliver a classy and sophisticated wash of Canadian country-pop, with echoes of Alison Krauss guesting with Fleetwood Mac.
Our man in a sleeping bag corrals up in East Anglia, finding it all a bit better than OK. Seuras Og takes us to the 2021 iteration of the Maverick Festival.
Rodney Crowell offers a deeply personal contemplation of the political, climatic and economic upheavals of our times.
Liverpool-based Irish duo Seafoam Green pull out all the stops on Martin’s Garden. A stylishly produced and mixed bag of tremendous music.