Mary Lee & The B-Side Brothers have been steady touring Europe and Brasil promoting their new album “Fighting Demons” on Muddy Roots Records and the Brasilian community is taking note. The new record has been named the #1 Brasilian album by Southern Rock Brasil.
Translated from below:
“Mary Lee & the B-Side Brothers – Fighting Demons: No matter the name of the band that accompanies Mary Lee, she has the gift of making everything into something good. “Fighting Demons” shows this to every track and I say without being afraid to look like a jerk, few bands in the country are at the level of Mary Lee & the B-Side Brothers. The band has a great vocalist, but not only that, it is accompanied by great musicians and the compositions are top notch. “Fighting Demons” is not only an album of the highest quality by Brazilian standards, it competes with many released outside the country. One of my great frustrations of 2016 was not having watched this band live, but one hour it happens”
Grab a copy of the new Cd shipped from Nashville HERE.
Dylan Walshe was invited to perform on The Jerry Springer Podcast Show this month in Ludlow, Kentucky. As expected, the show is hilarious and chock full of witty cracks. Good ol’ Jerry at it again.
When announcing Dylan the hosts say “Dylan records on the Muddy Roots label. As soon as you hear that you know this man or woman is LEGIT because that’s a significant label in this modern world of roots music.”
Dylan makes mention of how we met and brought him over to the Folk Alliance conference 3 years ago.
Enjoy the full show HERE. Dylan starts singing around 35:00 It comes complete with a show sing along.
Dylan’s music can be found all over the interwebs on streaming an download sites. You can download it direct from us HERE.
Just 400 feet from the mouth of a cave in Bowling Green, Kentucky a 437 foot deep river emerges from the ground and flows inward. The secret to the mystery is that the river is only 16 feet deep but connects to an underground river that pulls objects through the mud in to the cave. In the 1800’s men would throw a plum bob down to measure the depth and were fooled by the mischievous trickery of Mother Nature. Once the hiding place for Jesse James, a liquor distillery, and even a nature night club in the 1930’s. A perfect place for our very own Canadian songstress.
Lost River Sesions WKU PBS asked Muddy Roots recording artists Dana Sipos to bless the river with a song.
Lost River Sessions had to say, “Singer-songwriter Dana Sipos has one of the most mesmerizing sounds in the folk scene today. Crafting music that is as naturally lovely, and even haunting, as the landscapes and imagery that influenced her, Dana’s songs are vivid tales shaped greatly by her upbringing in the Canadian subarctic city of Yellowknife.
With this in mind we knew we had to pair Dana’s uniquely imaginative music with the natural beauty and soundscape of Lost River Cave. Here is the first track from that session.”
You can find Dana’s music all over the interwebs streaming sites. For a CD please click HERE.
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Valentine’s Wine On The Rails – Train Excursion, Nashville, TN. Feb.4th, 2017
Muddy Roots Showcase at Folk Alliance International, Kansas City, MO. Feb. 15-19, 2017
5th annual Moonrunners Music Fest – Chicago, Il. May 5-6, 2017
5th annual Muddy Roots Spring Weekender – Brown County, Indiana June 2-3, 2017
3rd annual Nashville Boogie Vintage Weekender, Nashville, TN. May 16-21,2017
Summer Wine On The Rails – Train Excursion, Nashville, TN. June 10th, 2017
6th annual Muddy Roots Europe Festival – Waardamme, Belgium June 23-25, 2017
Muddy Roots Showcase at Tomato Arts Fest – East Nashville, TN. Aug. 12th, 2017
8th annual Muddy Roots Music Festival – Cookeville, TN. Aug. 31- Sep. 4, 2017
We’re also working on local events at prominent venues in Nashville as well as adding more Wine On The Rails train excursions.
Muddy Roots Music presents the best in 40’s to 60’s rock n roll & country western from around the globe at the 2017 Nashville Boogie Vintage Weekender and Car Show!
You can buy your tickets, reserve your rooms, sign up for the pinup contest and register your cars at www.nashvilleboogie.com
Here are all the current updates for you.
You’ll be enjoying over 80 acts across 5 stages, over 4 days, at 3 venues. That includes 2 stages at the Nashville Palace, 2 at the Opryland Hotel and 1 at the Grand Ole Opry.
We’re back in the beautiful Tennessee Ballroom at the Opryland Hotel Resort which is closer to the 2nd stage area down in the Ryman Garage.
Here you’ll find most the traditional rockabilly bands and the Western Roundup Fashion Show by Riley Reed.
The Nashville Palace has offered 2 trollies running back and forth to the Opryland Resort all weekend long.
In the Ryman garage will be one stage FREE to the car show until mid afternoon with bands and a pinup contest. We have 200,000 sq. ft of space for the indoor car show and are allowing daily loadins and loadouts. It is $25 to register your vehicle and includes the driver admission to the car show area only. Spectator fee is $5 or FREE with a weekender wristband. You’ll also have access to the massive vendor market in the Ryman Garage at the Opryland Hotel. Vendors range from vintage clothing to classic car enthusiasts.
We’ll kick off the festival on Thursday night over at the Nashville Palace with The Blasters, The Planet Rockers, The Delta Bombers and a couple others. We’re running 2 stages at the Palace all weekend long. This is where you’ll find most of the Country, Western, Americana, Honky Tonk, and Western Swing Thursday through Sunday.
We may be the only music festival in the world in the world with a full on record convention included. We’re hopeless vinyl junkies. Sunday from 9-5 is the Music City Record Convention in the back room of the Nashville Palace. It is FREE with a Weekender wristband or $5 to the public.
We’ll polish off the weekend with the Grandest of Grand Finales at the Grand Ole Opry House Sunday night! The lineup for that will be announced down the road. It will require a separate ticket. Here is a beauty of a pic of the night we took it over in 2016.
There are still hotel room vacancies for Friday and Saturday night at Opryland only at the moment. We hope some other groups release some inventory. After all, there are 2882 rooms! You can save almost $100 a night by reserving through our block at www.nashvilleboogie.com.
We’ve joined forced with the Moonrunners’ Music Fest crue to present their 5th annual weekender. Moonrunners’ was inspired by Muddy Roots so it was a natural move to absorb them back in to our official family. We’re happy to announce the full lineup.
Limited tickets on sale now HERE.
Moonrunners’ Merch & Muddy Roots Records can be found HERE.