We're spotlighting fresh independent talent each week. Here are your 5 featured recommendations for the week of September 10 - September 16.
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Indie | Nashville, TN
Trenton is a musical entity founded and created by singer/songwriter Ryan Courtney. Inspired by Jeff Buckley, Sunny Day Real Estate, and Radiohead, Ryan composes an uplifting melancholic sound that he can call his own. Trenton has had several song placements on TV including "Brothers and Sisters," "Sixteen and Pregnant," and "Degrassi."
Anna Lombard's debut album, Head Full Of Bells, is a powerful meditation on love, loss, and ultimately, redemption. Drawing influence from artists including Aimee Mann and Susan Tedeschi, Head Full Of Bells introduces Lombard as a gifted young singer of impressive strength.
More intense than ever with the video clip for "Lost in this World," a new artistic era is dawning for Lost Area. They're known for their emotionality, charismatic voice, and melodies that are partly atmospheric and partly tough, but always catchy and ingratiating. Lost Area will release their fourth album "From the Ashes" this month.
A rock band out of Indianapolis, The Last Good Year is spreading their brand of fist-pumping tunes. They've played in dozens of cities throughout the United States with bands such as Candlebox, Everclear, Jonny Lang, Seven Mary Three, Collective Soul, The Gracious Few, Alex Band, Jon McLaughlin, The Virginmarys, and Saliva.
CMT touring artist Eric Durrance formed the Tobacco Rd Band in 2010. This Tallahassee 4-piece band came out of the gate running and has played shows with Jake Owen and Brantley Gilbert, in addition to headlining their own shows on countless stages in the Big Bend area.
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