Hailed by Billboard as "one of the most gifted and unique artists of the decade," singer-songwriter Jonatha Brooke releases her first new single with The Cello Songs Project -- a new collaboration with accomplished cellist and producer Rebecca Arons (Minnesota Opera Orchestra, Prince, And the Professors, The Eagles, Weird Al). Both Massachusetts transplants, these innovative, Minneapolis-based musicians have worked together since early workshops of Jonatha’s award-winning off-Broadway show My Mother Has Four Noses and went on to co-produce Jonatha's 2019 recording Imposter. Teaming up with jazz pianist/composer Adi Yeshaya (Minnesota Orchestra, Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston), they recorded the song "New Dress," available now on all digital platforms and featured on The Current. Originally recorded with Neil Finn on Jonatha's 2001 album Steady Pull, this re-imagined version gives a glimpse of what's to come as they continue to tour throughout the year. View tour dates and get the latest news here.
First new album in 19 years!
Iconic songwriter Deidre McCalla returns with her first new album in 19 years! Currently in the top 10 on folk radio, Endless Grace was produced by Julie Wolf (Indigo Girls, Ani Difranco, Maceo Parker, Carly Simon) and features an all-star band that includes Vicki Randle (Jay Leno's Tonight Show Band), The album infuses gospel, blues and southern country sounds into her very personal folk songs. From a story about coming out and experiencing young love for the first time to a tribute to essential workers and an anthemic celebration of the legacy of our ancestors, the album is a joy-filled celebration of how far we have come and how much more we can do when we lift each other up and honor each other's stories.