Today, Kentucky rock & roll truth teller S.G. Goodman releases a new power-pop single “All My Love Is Coming Back To Me” from her forthcoming album Teeth Marks, set for release June 3 via Verve Forecast.
“All My Love Is Coming Back To Me” pulses with punk influence with a positive spin. Usually mining heartbreak, trauma, and political strife for her razor-sharp observations, Goodman turns towards the sun on this track, stating, “I was just trying to name it and claim it. I’m not really one to write super positive songs, but I pushed myself to do it because I wanted to believe it too. I needed a positive mantra, I was just willing good things to come to me.”
The music video has a slight hint of videos you might have caught on MTV in the mid-90s, and features bandmates Michael Ruth (guitar), Mark Sloan (bass) and Steve Montgomery (drums) and was filmed in Nashville.
Apr 5 – Tarrytown, NY – Tarrytown Music Hall *
Apr 7 – Huntington, NY – The Paramount *
Apr 8 – New Brunswick, NJ – State Theatre New Jersey *
Apr 10 – Tarrytown, NY – Tarrytown Music Hall
Apr 22 – Birmingham, AL – Saturn +
Apr 23 – Decatur, GA – Amplify Decatur
Apr 24 – Chattanooga, TN – Songbirds +
Apr 25 – Lexington, KY – The Burl +
Apr 26 – Nashville, TN – The Basement East +
Apr 28 – Charleston, SC – Music Farm +
Apr 29 – Macon, GA – Hargray Capitol Theatre +
Apr 30 – Waverly, AL – Standard Deluxe +
Jun 7 – New York, NY – Mercury Lounge
Jun 10 – Stockholm, SE – Stockholm Americana
Jun 11 – Copenhagen, DK – Copenhagen Americana
Jun 12 – Oslo, NO – Oslo Americana
Aug 11 – Santa Fe, NM – Tumbleroot Brewing ^
Aug 13 – Tucson, AZ – 191 Toole ^
Aug 14 – Phoenix, AZ – Musical Instrument Museum ^
Aug 16 – Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom ^
Aug 17 – Felton, CA – Felton Music Hall ^
Aug 18 – San Francisco, CA – The Independent ^
Aug 20 – Portland, OR – Doug Fir Lounge ^
Aug 21 – Seattle, WA – Tractor Tavern ^
Aug 22 – Seattle, WA – Tractor Tavern ^
Aug 24 – Bozeman, MT – Live from the Divide ^
Aug 26 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Commonwealth Room ^
Aug 27 – Denver, CO – The Bluebird ^
Aug 28 – Fort Collins, CO – The Armory ^
Aug 29 – Colorado Springs, CO – Lulu’s Downstairs ^
Adia Victoria will release her new album, A Southern Gothic. Today she reveals a new single off the LP, her take on Ernest B McTell’s “You Was Born To Die.” The track and accompanying video feature guest appearances by Jason Isbell, Margo Price, and Kyshona Armstrong. Adia shares:
“Last year the lessons I have learned on my walk in the blues—the business of love, lies, loss and spectacular death—surrounded my every waking though like armor. In a society that attempts so suppress death into the unspoken, the blues has allowed me to death in dance’s face and sing her entire name.
“You Was Born To Die” is a celebration of the impermanence of any imprint we hope in vain to leave on this world. Like any blues worth the name, it is an invitation to stand apart and stare askew back on a world become ridiculous.
I asked Kyshona and Margo Price to join me in the Blueswomen work of singing herself beyond the regard of their men.
I invited Jason Isbell to join us in these blues because he make a guitar talk like it can speak to the devil.”
The Song Summit is the brainchild of Ben Anderson, Park City resident and lifetime musician/founding member of the jamband Aiko. He started the Song Summit to celebrate his passion for music and his personal mission to bring clarity and normalcy to the struggles musicians, artists and music lovers alike face around mental health and dependency. Song Summit is proud to partner with three local charities who are in the trenches every day addressing mental health, suicide prevention and addiction recovery: Communities that Care, Jewish Family Service and Summit Clubhouse.
The Song Summit is a decidedly sideways move away from mass music festivals and the dilution of intimate connections where scale numbs engagement between artists and fans. It seeks to create a retreat for artists where they play their songs and create conversations with audiences around both proven and inspired practices for bolstering creativity and success in music and beyond. September 8-12 in Park City, Utah.
Artist Performances by: Adia Victoria, Anders Osborne, Andrew Bird & Jimbo Mathus, Bonny Light Horseman, Brad Walker, Cedric Burnside, Celisse, Chad Cromwell, Craig Finn & The Uptown Controllers, David Ramirez, Devon Gilfillian, Father John Misty, Fruit Bats, Gary Clark Jr., Iron & Wine, Ivan Neville, Joe Pug, John Craigie, John Doe, Jonathan Russell of The Head And The Heart, Jonathan Wilson, Josh Kelley, Josh Ritter, Joy Oladokun, Kamasi Washington, Keller Williams’ Grateful Gospel, Langhorne Slim, Lori McKenna, Lucius, Mavis Staples, Mike Dillon, Natalie Hemby, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Rising Appalachia, Ryan Bingham, Tank and the Bangas, and Tré Burt.
Lab Conversations with: Alison Mosshart, Mark Borden, Rich Roll, Jason Isbell, Dopey Live, Langhorne Slim, Celisse, Jay Sweet, Tarriona Tank Ball, John Doe, Josh Ritter, Tré Burt, Eric D. Johnson, Devon Gilfillian, Lori McKenna, Natalie Hemby, Jonathan Russell, Sam Beam, Ben Jaffe, Joe Pug, Andrew Bird, Jimbo Mathus, Cedric Burnside, Fred Armisen, Rob Bleetstein, Jonathan Wilson, Josh Kaufman, Lucius, John Craigie, Craig Finn, Jay Blakesberg, Leslie Jordan, and Shaun White.
Songwriters-in-the-Round lineup: Aaron Barker, Aaron Benward, Angaleena Presley, Bill Luther, Blake Bollinger, Blessing Offor, Charles Esten, Curt Chambers, Daniel Donato, Danny Myrick, Dave Pahanish, David Ryan Harris, Dean Alexander, Earl Bud Lee, Emily Shackelton, Eric Van Houten, Even Stevens, Gable Bradley, Garrison Starr, Hailey Steele, Jace Everett, Jaida Dreyer, Josh Kelley, Kalie Shorr, Keith Stegall, Kelly Archer, Kent Blazy, Kylie Morgan, Kylie Sackley, Leslie Jordan, Liz Huett, Matt Warren, Megan Linville, Pher, Reyna Roberts, Rick Brantley, Sarah Darling, Sean McConnell, Sheena Brook, Shelly Fairchild, Sonia Leigh, Steve Seskin, Tim James, Travis Howard, and Waylon Payne. Some names may be new to Summit attendees, but their timeless songs certainly won’t be. This group represents the very best in publishing across all musical formats and genres. Come for the songs, take home the stories.