One of our favorite moments from this year's Mountain Jam was the Black Keys' performance of "Fever" from last year's 'Turn Blue.'
On July 24, Amy Helm will celebrate the release of her debut album as a solo artist, Didn't It Rain, via eOne.
To a degree, this year's Mountain Jam felt like a showcase of different perspectives on the future of folk and blues.
Hurray for the Riff Raff played the second to the last set of Mountain Jam Sunday night (June 7).
Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams each have their own illustrious careers as individual artists, and now, they're adding a new duo LP to their resumes.
In today's constantly saturated world of music, it's easy to get lost in the shuffle of new bands, hit singles and under-the-radar acts.
Alabama Shakes' headlining set at Mountain Jam's fourth and final day was wonderful, in the literal sense.
One of the standout performances of Mountain Jam 2015 came from Austin, Texas' own Shakey Graves.
If the second day of Mountain Jam was all about showing deference to classic rock forefathers, day three (June 6) was about confronting those influences.
The proprietors of Mountain Jam's annual "Karma Wash" offer an amusing diversion that also just might cleanse your soul.