Trail Mix Music

Free music downloads, music reviews, concert and show news, and artist profiles from the Southeast and beyond the Blue Ridge.


Trail Mix: Joseph Huber

23 Jul 14
BY Dave Stallard
Trail Mix: Joseph Huber
Joseph Huber spent time on the road with the .357 String Band and now has three solo albums to his credit.

Trail Mix: Jonah Tolchin

17 Jul 14
BY Dave Stallard
Trail Mix: Jonah Tolchin
Just a hair this side of twenty years old, Jonah Tolchin writes and sings with a mojo more akin to someone decades older. Tolchin released his second record, Clover Lane, on Yep Roc this month.

Trail Mix: Jen Starsinic, The Flood and The Fire

02 Jul 14
BY Dave Stallard
Trail Mix: Jen Starsinic, The Flood and The Fire
While you are most likely to see Jen Starsinic toting a fiddle or open back banjo, hallmarks of her old time roots, The Flood and The Fire is certainly not an old time record.

Trail Mix July 2014 – Free Music Downloads

01 Jul 14
BY Dave Stallard
Trail Mix July 2014 - Free Music Downloads
The July mix features new tracks from Grammy winner Jim Lauderdale, Chatham County Line, long one of my favorite North Carolina bands, and I Draw Slow, who hail from Ireland.

Trail Mix: Jonathon Linaberry, aka The Bones of J.R. Jones, Releases ‘Dark Was The Yearling’

25 Jun 14
BY Dave Stallard
Trail Mix: Jonathon Linaberry, aka The Bones of J.R. Jones, Releases 'Dark Was The Yearling'
Linaberry, under the moniker The Bones of J.R. Jones, has just released, Dark Was The Yearling, his first full length record. It is outstanding. Trail Mix would like to give you a shot at getting a signed copy for free.

Trail Mix: Jim Mize

19 Jun 14
BY Dave Stallard
Trail Mix: Jim Mize
Hailing from Arkansas, Mize’s recent release Dragon Lounge is a mish mash of tunes that are distinctly Southern. Like Gay and Maynard, he has captured that Southern essence, from the wide plains of Mississippi to the Louisiana Delta to the rolling Ozark Mountains of Mize’s native state.

Trail Mix: The Warren G. Harding’s New Album Get A Life

11 Jun 14
BY Dave Stallard
Trail Mix: The Warren G. Harding's New Album Get A Life
This troupe of Seattle based ‘grassers charge headlong into the progressive sounds made popular by the likes of Yonder Mountain String Band and The Brothers Comatose and have established themselves as up and comers on the Pacific Northwest bluegrass scene.
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