This Week At Thirty Tigers
Will Hoge‘s new album, Anchors, is out TODAY! He killed it at his Grimey’s in-store performance yesterday and you can get his album here!
GMA’s 48th Annual Dove Awards announced their nominees this week and CeCe Winans was nominated for Gospel Artist of The Year, Contemporary Gospel/Urban Recorded Song Of The Year – “Never Have to Be Alone,” and Contemporary Gospel/Urban Album of the Year – Let Them Fall In Love. You can see the full list of nominees here.
Entertainment Weekly premiered the new animated video for “If We Were Vampires” by Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit.
David Ramirez‘s new track “Time” was premiered in a lovely feature by Texas Monthly on Thursday. His new album, We’re Not Going Anywhere, will be coming out September 8.
This week has been street week for Hard Working Americans and Tyler Childers. No Depression reviewed HWA’s new album, We’re All In This Together, and said that “On some albums, the band’s collective spirit reaches out and touches you, and this is one of those albums; you can feel the joy, the out-of-our-minds fixation on the music, the fervor that fuels every song.” Vinyl Me Please named Tyler Childers’ Purgatory the Album of the Week.
Baeble Music premiered the newest track, “Stay,” off of Elliot Root‘s upcoming album Conjure. You can check it out on Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist!
Keep an eye out for these upcoming releases from Thirty Tigers:
Ray Wylie Hubbard – Tell The Devil I’m Gettin’ There As Fast As I Can
Shelby Lynne & Allison Moorer – Not Dark Yet
Elliot Root – Conjure
Blank Range – Marooned with the Treasure
Steve Winwood – Greatest Hits Live
Joan Osborne – Songs of Dylan
Toby Keith – The Bus Songs
David Ramirez – We’re Not Going Anywhere