Night Train ArrivesNight Train is one of five songs on the Accidentals forthcoming’ Time Out EP, written and recorded during the pandemic and scheduled for a May 7th release.
Ben Allen Joins Takamine RosterI can literally and proudly say I’ve played a Takamine guitar every single gig I’ve ever played, 1,500 and counting, adding to the many reasons I’m so proud to be on the Takamine roster
Blake’s To-Do ListCheck out this remote performance of Minimum Wage featuring Blake’s great band and reigning CMA Musician of the Year, Jenee Fleenor
The Gambia Academy Tunes UpLast September we featured the remarkable West African singer, composer, multi-instrumentalist and producer, Sona Jobarteh and her innovative, culturally inclusive music.
The Accidentals Unleash “Wildfire”The Accidentals new single, “Wildfire” will drop this Friday, January 29th at the Ann Arbor Folk Fest at 4:00 pm PST
Springsteen Sets Tone at Inaugural CelebrationPlaying his well-worn, sunburst P6N, Springsteen performed the powerful song, Land of Hope and Dreams for the inauguration of President Biden.
Have a Jacob Johnson, Charley Brown ChristmasJacob Johnson’s spirited rendition of Christmas Time is Here via his vintage, well played EAN10C (currently P3DC) seems to offer the perfect infusion of holiday spirit and acoustic guitar magic to usher in the season – and escort 2020 out the door.
The Accidentals / How Many HandsThe song How Many Hands (does it take to get a grip), the band’s illuminating distress flare, was originally written for the purpose of getting out the vote in tandem with organizations like and Head Count and IVoted