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Vision: Andrew Combs, Blood Hunters

Andrew Combs today released the video for new single Blood Hunters The Ry Cox directed film is cinematic in scope with nods to sci-fi and horror, not too distant from Netflix hit show ‘Stranger Things’ and an example of the gifted songwriter’s exciting musical direction on the hotly anticipated album, Canyons Of My Mind, released on April 7th, 2017 via Loose in Europe. Already catching our attention with his previous release All These Dreams, including Canyons Of My Mind will no doubt be Andrew’s UK breakthrough. The 11-song set was co-produced by Skylar Wilson (Justin Townes Earle, Caitlin Rose) &...

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Live: Kacey Musgraves @ Royal Albert Hall

Rising star Kacey Musgraves played the first sold-out show by a Country music act at London’s historic Royal Albert Hall venue in 12 years. That’s some feat for 27-year-old Musgraves who was playing to some 350 fans under two years ago at West London’s Bush Hall. And tonight, that very concert airs in full on BBC4 at 11pm. And so in anticipation, here is RockShot Magazine’s full review with exclusive photos from that show. “I think that this is the fanciest place I’ve ever been in, how did they let me in?” the 27-year-old said, looking around the packed...

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Live: Nashville In Concert @ Hammersmith Apollo

Hit US television show Nashville, following the lives of fictional Country musicians living in Tennessee’s Music City, has been a breakthrough hit on both sides of the Atlantic. And while viewing figures may have waivered enough after four seasons for the ABC broadcast network to cancel the show, fans the world over have made enough noise for cable channel CMT to pick it up for a fifth. But the thing that makes the show great is the simply diverse talent of its stars – actors, singers, musicians and writers across the board from the youngest cast members, sisters Maisy and...

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Video: Two Ways Home, Still In Love

Anglo/Austrian alt-country duo Two Ways Home have announced that they will be touring the UK this May. The tour will be supported with the release of the beautiful new video for the track Still In Love, taken from the recently released EP Better Days. Produced by MsM (Ed Sheeran, The Saturdays), Still In Love continues Two Ways Home’s signature sound of country inspired harmonies mixed with pop-rock sensibility. Isabella Mariee and Lewis Fowler’s blend of infectious pop melodies with the melancholic makes ‘Still In Love’ their most intriguing single yet. You can catch Two Ways Home at the following venues: May 5th – The...

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Rock Show: Christina Martin Tour & Video for You Ran From Me

Canada’s award-winning Christina Martin has announced she’ll be returning to the UK this March for a full UK tour, coinciding with the release of her stunning new single You Ran From Me which is out on March 4. Following praise from the likes of RockShot Magazine , Digital Spy, R2 Magazine and Americana UK, this is her biggest UK tour, performing 20 shows across the country. The tour includes London’s prestigious Green Note on March 16, as well as dates in Leeds, Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Bristol and Cambridge plus more. You Ran From Me is the third...

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Rock Media: Callaghan. Best Year.

After an impressive four years of success in the States, British born singer songwriter Callaghan finally makes her UK debut in February 2015, with Best Year, the exuberant first single from her upcoming album A History Of Now. ‘It’s about me taking a leap of faith,’ says Callaghan. ‘Tearing up the rule book and moving a thousand miles from home. Everyone at some point in their life makes a momentous decision and ventures into the unknown, getting on that plane to Atlanta was mine.’ Written about Callaghan’s arrival in the US, ‘Best Year’ is brimming with optimism, perfectly capturing...

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Rock Media: Allison Moorer. Like It Used To Be.

The Academy and Grammy Award nominated singer-songwriter Allison Moorer is set to release her Proper Records debut, Down To Believing, on March 16. Produced by longtime friend and collaborator, guitarist Kenny Greenberg, the album was recorded over two years in Nashville while Moorer commuted back and forth from her home in New York City. Her eighth studio recording since her 1998 debut Alabama Song, Down To Believing is her most personal collection of songs to date; one in which Rolling Stone has already called “brilliant and extraordinarily candid.” The 13-song set is in many ways a sequel to Moorer...

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Interview: Sam Baker. Survivor Turned Storyteller.

Texan-born Sam Baker released Say Grace last year and it went on to become one of the most critically acclaimed albums of 2013, with Rolling Stone magazine naming it in their top five country albums of the year. Say Grace was his fourth album, but Baker’s music career has taken off relatively late after working on construction sites most of his life. He survived a near-death experience in 1986 when a train he was travelling on to Machu Picchu in Peru was blown up by a bomb left on board by Shining Path guerrillas. After experiencing such a traumatic...

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Rock Media: The Black Feathers. Strangers We Meet.

Beautifully crafted songs with sumptuous harmonies. A sound fashioned in Nashville but actually from Gloucestershire..you won’t quite believe it – Rockshot. Americana Folk duo The Black Feathers are excited to announce that their video Strangers We Meet is now available to watch online. This follows the release of their critical-ly acclaimed debut EP of the same name in February 2014, which gained plays on BBC Radio 2 and saw them appear in The Telegraph’s 51 Best Folk Albums of 2014 list, as well as feature in Sunday Times Culture. The perfectly paired voices of Sian Chandler and Ray Hughes...

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Feature: Andy Shauf The Magician.
Feature: Andy Shauf The Magician.
Published On: March 28, 2016
Here is the new video for Andy Shauf’s song The Magician. The track is from the Saskatchewan-based singer-songwriter’s forthcoming album The Party which arrives this May 20th. The video for The Magician, like the track, is an intensely evocative affair that’s warmly familiar, like a cherished classic from some non-existent past. Several early reviews have Continue Reading

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