Diggin’: Guitar Gabriel – Ain’t Gonna Let No Woman
inTheir Musicon January 24, 2019
The Beginning Of The Music Maker Story by Guitar Gabriel As Music Maker heads into it’s 25th Anniversary this year it seems like a good time to reflect on our founding artist, Guitar Gabriel. Music Maker founder Tim Duffy’s was a student Traditional American music from a really young age, but it was under the […]
Ironing Board Sam to Play New Orleans JazzFest’s 50th Anniversary!
inNewson January 18, 2019
Things haven’t been easy for Ironing Board Sam over the past couple of years. After partnering with Music Maker, Sam’s career got a phenomenal rebirth and he started playing shows all over the world and releasing records again. Sadly, in late 2015 right before the release of his album Super Spirit, Sam suffered a major […]
Diggin’: Taj Mahal – Stagger Lee
inTheir Musicon January 16, 2019
Labor of Love by Taj MahalThere must be thousands of versions of this grisly narrative. One could even argue that Stagger Lee is one of the most widely adopted blues songs in mainstream music. With his encyclopedic knowledge of traditional music, Taj tackles the classic tune with a completely fresh approach. Using artful finger-style picking […]
The Como Mamas to Play the Ryman Auditorium with St. Paul & the Broken Bones!
inNewson January 15, 2019
Music Maker is thrilled to announce that the Como Mamas will be playing the Ryman Auditorium with St. Paul & the Broken Bones on February 7th, 2019. The group represents the deep gospel roots of Como, MS and have been Music Maker partner artists since 2014. This will be their first time playing in Nashville, […]
The Mighty Elnora: Against All Odds This Birmingham Blues Woman & Folk Artist Carries On
inTheir Needson December 27, 2018
To the townsfolk of Adamsville, Alabama, Elnora Spencer’s birth was merely a cruel consequence of human nature. Two months premature, she was born to an 11-year-old rape victim and unlikely to survive. At a meager but mighty 3 lbs 4 ounces Elnora was affectionately nicknamed Rabbit, but in hindsight, she should have been called Phoenix. […]