The album was recorded last winter in the Crush Tone Studios, in the shadow of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio. “Shake Your Faith ‘was produced by the band with the veteran” rock in the studio “veteran Jim Wirt, who has also worked with Fiona Apple, Incubus and Buffalo Killers. As with most albums TSB, the sound and the songwriting on “Shake Your Faith ‘grown and expanded, but retained the true nature of the band. The TSB is the first studio album in over four years and the first with the participation of “new” guitarist Eric Saylors.
Songwriter, bassist and banjo player Ashleigh Caudill’s take on traditional folklore is catching the ears of both music enthusiasts in Nashville and beyond. Her newest collection, Looney Bird, creates a journey full of adventure, hope and love lost and found.Caudill’s new album is brimming with the promise Nashville’s young music scene has to offer, thanks to the help of talent including Jenni Lyn Gardner (Della Mae), Caroline Spence and David Grier. Co-produced with Jim Hurst, the album “exemplifies one of the most exciting musical trends to be heard today,” according to award-winning songwriter and bluegrass staple Jon Weisberger – that is, traditional roots music with a new spin, a different take on the themes and sounds that have shaped American music past.
Jane Lee Hooker is a band of five women from New York City who infuse the grit and attitude of their hometown into the blues. With double lead guitars, a heavy rhythm section, and soul-scouring vocals, JLH honor the likes of Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, Johnny Winter, Big Mama Thornton, and other blues greats.JLH are by no means new to the game. Between the five band members, they have decades of experience playing, recording, and touring both nationally and internationally. Individually, the members of JLH have played for thousands of fans while sharing bills with the likes of Motörhead, MC5, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Deep Purple.