Molly Tuttle is taking the acoustic world by storm.\n\n\n\nHaving only arrived in Nashville in 2015, the 26 year old singer\/songwriter has already picked up Instrumentalist of the Year honors from the Americana Music Association and a Song of the Year award from Folk Alliance International. Tuttle's stunning guitar work and song writing prowess have given her the uncanny ability to appeal to listeners across the acoustic world; bluegrass, country, and folk fans flock to her.\n\n\n\nThis month, Trail Mix is happy to include "Take The Journey," from Tuttle's new record, When You're Ready, which dropped late last month.\n\n\n\nLots of new tracks this month that have Trail Mix pretty excited. Check out new stuff from up and coming Ona and Ian Noe, along with Casey Kristofferson, daughter of the legendary Kris, Lucette, whose new record was produced by Sturgill Simpson, and the return of blues icon Jimmie Vaughan.\n\n\n\nAlso check out new tunes from April Verch, Lowland Hum, Ordinary Elephant, Chain Station, Unspoken Tradition, RJ Cowdery, WC Beck, Hamish Anderson, Silver Lake 66, The Get Ahead, Lauren Crosby, Southern Avenue, and The Shootouts.\n\n\n\nAnd stay tuned to the Trail Mix blog. Ticket giveaways to Papadosio at Pisgah Brewing Company and the Cold Mountain Music Festival are on tap, as are chats with Abigail Dowd and the whitewater rafting guys in Groundhog Gravy.\n\n\n\nGet out there and grab a couple of these records. Share a favorite or two with a friend. The time and money will be well spent. Each month, tremendous artists allow Trail Mix to share their music. Give a little back and show them we are paying attention.