Tag Archive: folk rock

The cover for Kev Rowe’s 2010 album ‘Hi Love’ features a picture of the singer/songwriter relaxing alone with nothing but his thoughts on a sunny beach, and that’s exactly how the music makes you feel.  Rowe’s positive, mellow tracks evoke the laid-back simplicity of Rowe’s native South Carolina, but his lyricism is still filled with very human doubts and uncertainties.

If you have never heard Jesse Thomas sing before, you are in for a real treat. Originally from Covington, Kentucky, Jesse moved west to Los Angeles without knowing a soul, and began playing  her songs for the masses. Flash forward to 2011, she has been featured on iTunes “New and Noteworthy” as well as being chosen for the Starbuck’s “Pick of the Week”. Look for her new record, dropping soon, and enjoy a look into the mind of one of the area’s premier songwriters – and be sure not to miss an exclusive performance of a new track from her upcoming album – it is FANTASTIC.  Have fun!

Raining Jane LiveJune Gloom is upon us, with its grey skies and threats of rain.  As long as it’s Raining Jane, I think we’re good.  Raining Jane is a beyond-talented group of L.A.-based songwriters and musicians who are as easy on the eyes as they are on the ears.  With instruments ranging from keys and banjo, to guitar and sitar, the band has an eclectic sound that has kept them touring the college circuit and opening for stars for the past 11 years.  Their supporting performance with Jason Mraz ultimately led to co-writing A Beautiful Mess for his EP “We Sing.”, along with other featured performances.