Grand Ole Echo
Pearl Charles of The Blank Tapes on lead vocals with Matt Adams on guitar and Miss Lauren Barth.
"Charles' record takes cues from movements all over the American map. There are hints of Southern folk and alt-country, Midwest Americana, and West Coast acid rock." - Pitchfork
"Think of Pearl Charles as a stoner Lana Del Rey or a Jenny Lewis with grit." - NME
"A modern folk singer, captivated with the idealized American West. Those images and sounds bleed through her music, yet the sound is uniquely her own. A guitarist and poet since an early age, her craft is delicately reminiscent of the singer-songwriters of the 1970's. Lauren's music nods to the muses – Neal Cassady, Gram Parsons, Big Sur, the California desert, and the many roads that lead from here to there and back again.
Her upcoming EP "Hangman" was recorded at the legendary Prairie Sun Studios in Cotati, California and brings a style that lies somewhere between Nashville and Laurel Canyon, western swing and psychedelia."
Levi Parham is an Americana musician, singer and songwriter from southeast Oklahoma. The Kansas City Star called him "An Okie version of Ray Lamontagne..." while The Bluegrass Situation said, "Perhaps it's something in the water - that same iron-heavy tap drink that Woody Guthrie sipped on as a young man....Whatever it is, Levi Parham has it."