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Artists You Haven’t Heard (Yet) P.II

As country music expands, we get the opportunity to see a wide array of artists at all stages of their careers. We’re back with another round of musicians who have voices as powerful as those in the industry! This time we present a more home-grown feel with Americana and singer-songwriter country.

My Darling Clementine – Reserved for Me & You (folk/singer-songwriter)


My Darling Clementine stems from the U.K. The duo has a classic country sound which finds itself especially bright in “Reserved for Me and You”. The song is upbeat and simple and pays homage to earlier American country sounds such as Hank Williams or Loretta Lynn. We await their next album in March 2017.

The Gentleman Multineers – Devils Down (stomp) (singer-songwriter)


“Devils Down (stomp)” brings some of the most classic themes of country music with the devil, hard beats, temptation, and attitude. Of the three songs today, this one was the most hard-hitting. The band was formed in 2013 and has been featured on national television through the Chevy Impala campaign.

Heads Up Penny – Carolina Weather (singer-songwriter)


Carolina Weather is a classic country song about living life. The cherished simple moments in a happy-go-luck setting. The song takes the listener to a place where the windows are rolled down, the mood is warm, and a close friend is hanging around at arm’s length. It’s the perfect song for the first warm day when you get to roll your windows down – it makes you want to skip town The group is based out of Raleigh, North Carolina in the United States.

Eric & Happie – It’s Yours (americana)


“It’s Yours” is an Eric & Happie worldwide debut. The duo is based out of Austin, Texas. Over the last year, country music in the state of Texas has been stirring up some of the most authentic sounds in the United States. This song is classic in Americana taste, with the debut marking a great leap into the Americana world. We can’t wait to see what’s next for the duo!

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