• Mountaintop – Don Schlitz

    Songwriters often don't get the credit they deserve, given that the person that's singing their songs naturally shines in the spotlight. Nevertheless, Don Schlitz has managed to receive the accolades he so well deserves, having contributed some of the most

  • Renewal – Billy Strings

    Given a look at all he’s accomplished, most observers would agree that Billy Strings has become something of a phenomenon in a decidedly short time. Yet, at the same time, it's not without justification. With five albums to his credit

  • Appalachian Hymns – Chosen Road

    Although Chosen Road has been performing and ministering together for nearly twelve years, they have found their most recent success after partnering with Song Garden Music Group and releasing Appalachian Worship last year, which found immediate success on Billboard’s Top

  • Love Somebody – The Goodfellers

    Covering someone else's song isn’t necessarily an achievement. If it's done consistently, it becomes either a pale excuse for a lack of original material, or a fallback position to keep an audience satisfied while biding time until one's muse returns.

  • Rebuild – Zoe & Cloyd

    "We are looking for answers," Zoe & Cloyd insist on Rebuild, the opening track from the duo's latest offering of the same name. A mix of new and old songs, the duo (Natalya Zoe Weinstein and John Cloyd Miller) set

  • Renaissance – Valerie Smith

    Valerie Smith is known in the bluegrass world as both a premier vocalist and songwriter. On her newest release, Renaissance, Smith has given us a collection of songs that focus on varying life themes, such as love, regret, and acceptance. While