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Four Steve Earle Albums Remastered for Vinyl out May 6

Copperhead RoadLos Angeles, CA -- Steve Earle's four MCA Records studio albums, Guitar Town, Exit 0, Copperhead Road, and The Hard Way, have been remastered from the original tapes by Robert Vosgien and cut for vinyl by Ron McMaster at Capitol Mastering for LP release on May 6.

Loretta Lynn, Steve Earle & Gillian Welch Anchor New Americana Event

Loretta LynnNashville, TN -- The Americana Music Association, in partnership with AEG Live/The Messina Group, announces plans to produce a one-time-only "mini-festival" at the new Ascend Amphitheater on Saturday, September 19 in downtown Nashville during its 16th annual Americana Festival & Conference.

Record Store Day Coming April 18th

Record Store Day April 18, 2015The party in 2015 will once again cement Record Store Day’s legacy as the music industry’s biggest holiday, celebrating the culture of the independent record store worldwide on Saturday, April 18th. Each year, artists and lables release their vinyl offerings for this special day. The offerings include almost every genre and style and there's always something for bluegrass music fans too.

Preservation Hall Jazz Band Announces Live Recording

Preservation Hall Jazz Band with Del McCoury BandBurlington, MA -- In commemoration and celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the iconic venue Preservation Hall, the prolific New Orleans jazz legends Preservation Hall Jazz Band are set to release a live recording of the band’s acclaimed January 7th performance at Carnegie Hall. Entitled St. Peter and 57th (September 25, Rounder Records), the album will feature a number of special guests from an assortment of genres including, George Wein, Del McCoury Band, Allen Toussaint, Ed Helms, GIVERS, Steve Earle, Tao Seeger, My Morning Jacket, Trombone Shorty, Yasiin Bey (aka Mos Def), King Britt, Blind Boys of Alabama, and Merrill Garbus of tUnE-yArDs.

BMI Announces Excellent Austin City Limits Festival Lineup

Punch BrothersNashville, TN -- At this year’s Austin City Limits Music Festival—October 12-14 in Austin, Texas—the work that leading performing right organization BMI does on behalf of songwriters will be represented with 15 musically diverse performances by an eclectic collection of artists. From 11:00 to 7:30 each day of the festival, in a shady corner of Zilker Park, ACL attendees will be able to beat the heat and experience a lineup of bands from across the United States and England, spanning rock and roll, honky tonk, country, indie rock, Americana and acoustic singer-songwriters.

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