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No Depression  🎵 #RootsMusic Authority Since ‘95 📝Spring 2019 issue, “Standards & Stanzas,” is now available 📌Subscribe to support our work! 📡.com:

With performances March 20-21 in Knoxville, Tennessee, as part of the Big Ears Festival, and elsewhere still to be announced, "Lucy Negro Redux" premiered last month in Nashville to a sold-out run and much critical praise. Rightfully so, as these renegades have forged one of the most remarkable artistic achievements to ever emerge from Nashville. Read our full story and see video from Rhiannon Giddens' latest project! (📡Link in profile)

Inspiring iconic musicians such as Jimi Hendrix, Eddie Van Halen, and the Beach Boys, to name a few, Dick Dale's influence will live on forever. Read our tribute to the late, great King of the Surf Guitar. 🖤 (At

Nicely timed to release on the day before Mitchell’s birthday, music journalist Susan Whitall’s "Joni on Joni: Interviews and Encounters with Joni Mitchell" (Chicago Review Press) offers glimpses into Mitchell’s development as a songwriter and artist, as well as her takes on a wide variety of matters from Dylan and Taylor Swift to musical pigeonholes, her cats, and death.📚 Read Henry Carrigan's full book review! (Read at

Proud to premiere our March Spotlight artist, The Honey Dewdrops, video "For One More," filmed by Red Barn Studio while they were at the Fayetteville Roots Festival last August. This was the last song written for their latest album "Anyone Can See." Learn more about the song and watch the full video! (More at

6️⃣ new 🔥🔥 releases we're recommending that you check out! Featuring new music from Tim O'Brien, Over the Rhine, Tom Russell, SONTALK, Todd Snider, and Renee Wahl & the Sworn Secrets! Latest reviews: (📡Link in profile)

We’re 3.5 months into our 2019 subscription drive and want to thank all of our subscribers❤️! If only a fraction of our digital viewers became subscribers, we’d accomplish our annual goal in a day! At $6/month (quarterly or annual commitment), you receive our gorgeous print journal every quarter AND support our mission of providing you the best independent roots music coverage. Now shipping is our Spring 2019 issue, “Standards & Stanzas”! The images included are from this issue and features the best in roots music photography, design and stories featuring John Prine, Amanda Shires, The Beatles, Gillian Welch, Hank Williams and so many more! Support independent roots music journalism, help fund our operations, and get our gorgeous print issues too. ✒️Subscribe at

C. Elliott (@celliottphotos) was at it again last week, covering two festivals in Arizona over a single three-day weekend: McDowell Mountain Music Festival in Phoenix and Innings Festival in Tempe. 🎶
See the photos and the review of these great festivals!
Featuring Margo Price, Lukas Nelson & Promise Of The Real, Kurt Vile, LA Edwards, Chicano Batman, Mt. Joy, NoMBe, Eddie Vedder, Mat Kearney, The Record Company, St. Paul and The Broken Bones, The Baseball Project, and G. Love & Special Sauce (📡Link in profile)

Dan Auerbach produced and played on what would be Welch’s final album, "Angels In Heaven Done Signed My Name," cutting 30 songs that Welch had played in church all his life. Only 10 made the final cut, but these raw and powerful creations will move even the most unrepentant sinner, slapping you upside the head with the crusty power and glory of Welch’s emotional delivery. Read the full album review of Leo Bud Welch's latest release! (📡Link in profile)

Featuring John Prine, Gillian Welch, the influence of The Beatles, your favorite artists' favorite standards, and so much more, our Spring 2019 issue, Standards & Stanzas, examines standards in roots music and the poetic lyrics within them. Stories offer in-depth analyses on the most beloved, covered, and lasting songs in bluegrass, Americana, folk, jazz, and country and explore what fuels their longevity. Additionally, the issue celebrates the poetry of roots music and the naturally entwined nature of music, literature, and storytelling. Subscribe today and receive this issue:
📍Issue illustration 🖊 @caitlinmcdonagh 📍Cover (last image) 🎨 @libbywadsworth 📍Issue Design 🖌@charlestonpoet

In response to her own fears and the struggles of others, Griffin wrote a brilliant album that deals with very heavy issues without forfeiting her sense of hope. Read our full album review of Patty Griffin's latest! (Read at

🎶New release Friday AND Happy International Women's Day 💪! Tons of great new releases available today including new music from some truly amazing women. Featuring new music from Patty Griffin, Maren Morris, Sarah Potenza, Leo Bud Welch (Easy Eye Sound), David Gray, Amanda Palmer, Stella Donnelly, Townes Van Zandt, Chatham County Line, Meat Puppets, Caleb Elliott, Dido, Danny Schmidt, Ben Dickey, Joni 75: A Birthday Celebration (JoniMitchellcom), Paul Weller, Flight of the Conchords, Tristan Scroggins, and The Wild Reeds
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🎉Today, the FreshGrass Foundation, No Depression's parent non-profit organization, announces the addition of Folk Alley (@alley_pics) to its community of roots music organizations. The Foundation, which began in 2017, aims to preserve, support, and create innovate grassroots music, and achieves this mission by producing the annual FreshGrass Festival (@freshgrassfestival), publishing No Depression, and offering a range of financial commissions and awards. By welcoming Folk Alley into this family of independent roots music entities, the FreshGrass Foundation will continue to fulfill its mission through yet another means — digital folk music discovery, streaming, and distribution. Read the full story on this news now! (Read at