What in the world is a St. Paul & The Broken Bones song doing in that almost universally-panned softcore sex movie for lonely housewives called Fifty Shades of Grey? Chalk it up to a misunderstanding, but one that probably resulted in a big ‘ol check moving St. Paul’s way for the rights to be heard in what so far has been 2015’s big blockbuster, so more power to them.
St. Paul & The Broken Bones
Some of your favorite music from the country world and beyond is going pink on September 30th to help spread awareness and raise money for those suffering from Breast Cancer as part of the music world’s contribution to Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October. Red Distribution and Gilda’s House are partnering to offer “Ten Bands / One Cause” limited edition pink vinyl releases.
Though the writing has been on the wall for a while now, today one country music’s most critically-acclaimed modern singing duos officially called it quits. The Civil Wars, who embodied evolved songwriting much more indicative of Americana, spellbinding vocal presentation bordering on the classical or operatic, released a statement today saying the duo is officially no more.
On Monday April 12th, The Americana Music Association announced the nominees for their 2014 Americana Music Awards to be held September 17th at the Ryman Auditorium as part of their annual Americana Music Conference. The ceremony was emceed by performer and Sirius XM DJ Elizabeth Cook, and was simulcast on Sirius XM and streamed on Music City Roots.
2014, Americana, Americana Music Awards, Brian Sutton, Buddy Miller, Devil Makes Three, Elizabeth Cook, Fats Kaplan, Hard Working Americans, Hurray For The Riff Raff, Jason Isbell, Lake Street Dive, Larry Campbell, Milk Carton Kids, Nominees, Parker Milsap, Patty Griffin, Robert Ellis, Rodney Crowell, Rosanne Cash, Sarah Jarosz, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Sturgill Simpson, The Avett Brothers