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Damon Fowler's Mountain Stage is scheduled for broadcast and feeds to NPR stations on April 25th. Airtimes vary by station, a complete list of which can be found here: http://www.mountainstage.org/mtnstageaffiliates.aspx

APRIL 01, 2014
THE LATE SHOW with DAVID LETTERMAN

Tony Trischka

Great Big World

Release Date: February 4, 2014

"It's kind of hard to pin down, because there's so much on it," Tony Trischka says of his new Rounder album Great Big World. "It's all over the place, which is kind of where I live."

Be sure to book Golden State-Lone Star Revue with Mark Hummel, Anson Funderburgh, and Little Charlie Baty.

ALLIGATOR RECORDS SIGNS BLUES GUITARIST/VOCALIST/SONGWRITER JAREKUS SINGLETON

NEW CD, REFUSE TO LOSE, SET FOR MAY 2014 RELEASE

"Jarekus Singleton is destined to be the next big name in the blues world."

--Blues & Rhythm Magazine (UK)

BMA Tours wants to congratulate Irma Thomas, Tab Benoit, Bernard Allison Group, Walter "Wolfman" Washington, George Porter, Jr., Voices of the Wetlands, and Jonathon Boogie Long on their Jazz Fest announcements.

BMA Tours wants to congratulate it's 35th Blues Music Awards nominees! Both Bobby Rush and Mark Hummel were nominated for multiple awards. Also, our very own Jimmy Carpenter, was nominated for in the Instrumentalist-Horn category!

With one listen to Dead Winter Carpenters’ “Easy Sleep,” you’ll get a strong sense of where this California band is coming from. With influences ranging from 1960s country to Del McCoury to Ryan Adams, the roots-oriented ensemble is about to hit the road to promote its newest EP, Dirt Nap.

Blue Mountain Artists is proud to announce that two of our artists have been nominated for the Grammy Awards. Both Mark Hummel and Bobby Rush were nominated for Best Blues Album in the American Roots genre.

At first, Denise LaSalle just wanted to tell stories. The blues-inflected R&B singer has crafted narratives through her voice for almost 50 years, but she expressed herself differently after moving to Chicago from Mississippi in the early 1960s.

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