Spring Forward, Maybe April

Nashville-based Americana acoustic trio Maybe April is rising by developing incredible hooks and arrangements in songs you can hear forever. When country songwriters from Arkansas, Chicago and California merge you are bound to hear something new in Country music. 

DAVID BAZAN: Songs For the Road We're On

Growing up in church, my mom would do solos. You can buy the backing track, where they would mute the vocal.  On Sunday mornings, just watching her prepare and seeing her perform. She just sang so plainly. There was an honesty in the way she sung.  I recognized it in her.  

MUZIT'S BUZZ ATTRACTS FANS WITH HONEY

"If an artist wants to move beyond making music as a hobby, they’re going to have to wear a business hat.  The Internet provides an opportunity for those individuals who are creative risk takers. Create it, own it and market it yourself."

MATT PLESS: OF LOVE AND LOSS AND LIVING ROOMS

"I had just learned how to fingerpick in a different style from this guy in New York who saw me playing on the street. He said he learned how to fingerpick from Dave Van Ronk. He’s like, hey man.  “Let me buy you a beer.” So we're having a drink he’s talking about folk music. … The first thing I wrote with it was "The Crayon Song."