Limited Edition Debut 7-Inch Single Released for Record Store Day’s “RSD Drops” This Saturday, September 26th; Single available digitally now. Paul Cauthen & Orville Peck have released their debut as “The Unrighteous Brothers” today via digital retailers. Their collaboration finds the pair covering the legendary Righteous Brothers smash hits “You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling” and
To celebrate Alabama’s 50th anniversary, we pressed High Cotton : A Tribute to Alabama on BLUE VINYL for the first time. Available November 29th, but you can ORDER NOW: Bandcamp / Amazon / Indie Record Stores Lightning Rod Records assembled a wide variety of artists to record covers of country music supergroup Alabama’s hits and
Dalton Domino’s Songs From The Exile is available now.
Signed CDs are still available at BANDCAMP
The Quaker City Night Hawks – who Noisey call “a gang of scifi-obsessed ZZ Top superfans who’ve gone rogue and slid down into a weird, uncanny valley of slide guitars and bottom-heavy distortion pedals” – will release their new album QCNH on March 1, 2019 via Lightning Rod Records.
Country Music Hall of Fame members, Grand Ole Opry members, and five-time GRAMMY winning group, The Oak Ridge Boys announce the release of their Lightning Rod Records forthcoming project 17th Avenue Revival, produced by critically-acclaimed producer Dave Cobb on March 16.
“They’re steeped in the classic components of southern rock, creating swampy songs that draw influence from the abundant soul, blues and rock ‘n’ roll sounds that have long coalesced in the humid air that swirls down that way.
Members of The Weeks open up about the process of creating “Easy”, which The Nashville Scene described as “loud, ornery, guitar-driven rock ‘n’ roll”. Read the story here .
Lightning Rod Records artist and emerging singer-songwriter, Dalton Domino, is getting ready to release his second album, Corners, on April 28th. The 10-track collection, written between Nashville and Fort Worth over the last year, is an album Domino credits with being a journey of finding his true self.
In anticipation of their long-awaited new LP and North American headline tour this spring, Nashville-via-Mississippi band The Weeks will play select dates this week with Kings of Leon March 8 in Chicago, March 9 in Detroit, and March 11 in Broomsfield, CO. The band’s third album, Easy, is set for release April 7 on Lightning Rod Records.