Alternative Country ArtistsCountry Alternative Artists
Most of them heard artists with alternative country tags.
Wilco is an American skirt group from Chicago. Jacksonville-based David Ryan Adams (November 5, 1974) is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist. Tambchop, originally Postchild, are a Nashville, Tennessee group. Bunyan Vashti (London, 1945) is an English singer-songwriter. The American singer is Laura Pauline Veirs (Colorado Springs, October 24, 1973).
They consist of James Russell Mercer (guitar and vocals), Martin Crandall (guitar, bass and keyboard), Dave Hernandez (bass and guitar) and Jesse Sandoval (percussion). Their sounds are often inserted into the indies, but they can be defined as a group that moves between pop, alternative, country and Folk. They consist of James Russell Mercer (guitar and vocals), Martin Crandall (guitar, bass and keyboard), Dave Hernandez (bass and guitar) and Jesse Sandoval (percussion).
Their sounds are often inserted into the indies, but they can be defined as a group that moves between the pop, alternative, country and traditional.
Stones Cafe - Hayward Williams
Hayward Williamss grew up in the alternative country music branch of Milwaukee (Wisconsin) and made himself publicly known with the band Exit (awarded Band of the Year by the Wisconsin Area Music Industry in 2004) before embarking on a solo career. His debut "Uphill/Downhill" is a remarkable springboard to do things alone, and the quality of his songs combined with the depth and dark soul of his voice makes him increasingly involved in musical activities in the field of "American" and root music.
It is no coincidence that the qualitative progression took place disc by disc, up to the magnificent "Haymaker", a CD that also arouses interest in Italy in the beauty of the songs and the openness of the arrangements, which remind a little of "a sensitive Ryan Adams, but can also show a rocky backdrop.
"Haymaker" is voted record of the month by the Roots Highway in March 2013. After a 9-day long concert in 2013, Hayward Williams returns to Italy a year and a half later with a new CD entitled "The Reef", produced by Jeffrey Foucault and featuring Billy Conway (Morphine) on drums and Jeremy Moses Curtis (Booker T., Levon Helm) on bass.
Ten new songs exploring the darkest soul of Williams contaminate not only indie-olk, but also Blues, Country and Soul.