Buddy Miller says these days it's not unusual for duet partners to cut their love songs syllable by syllable while never even seeing each other: "In this town especially that's what happens." Read More
Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale
Corb Lund is a country-western singer. And by country, we mean Canada. The singer-songwriter, who comes from an Albertan ranching family, is also a past winner of Canada's prestigious JUNO award. Read More
GRAMMY-winning songwriter discusses his new album with Buddy Miller, Buddy And Jim, and the new documentary highlighting his career, The King Of Broken Hearts. Read More
I’ve only recent caught on to the wonderful music that Ponderosa is putting out. Based out of Atlanta, Ponderosa aren’t afraid of wearing their influences on their sleeves and adding subtle twists to their sounds... Read More
Like death and taxes, there’s one thing a traveling musician can always count on: Eventually, you’re bound to get pulled over. Read More
Savannah Stopover is a three-day music and arts festival that takes place in Savannah, Ga., one of the most quintessentially Southern towns. Next year’s festival Read More
Max Gomez can’t believe his life. The singer/songwriter from Taos – who now lives in California – has had an amazing past six months. Read More
For the second year in a row, Paste teamed up with our friends at Sennheiser for intimate recording sessions at Newport Folk Festival. The latest installment of the series Read More
The hottest thing coming out of Houston these days seems to be Buxton. Besides getting heaps of local praise, the indie-rock outfit was named by Esquire as a band to watch in 2012 Read More
Electric proves a logical next step from Thompson's Grammy-nominated 2010 effort, Dream Attic, a record of then-new material that was cut live on the road. The singer says.. Read More
Connie and Olivia (Kids Interview Bands) interviewed Kalen and JT of Ponderosa at The Newport in Columbus, OH on October 16, 2012.
The lyric video for the first single off Max Gomez's debut album 'Rule The World.'
Band of Joy guitarist and producer Buddy Miller tells Rolling Stone that the Led Zeppelin singer visited his home studio in Nashville last year for a casual joint songwriting session that proved fertile.. Read More