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Sound Check with Slow Club

Are you down with the funky, indie-pop sounds of Slow Club

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On The Record with Mary Lambert

While in San Francisco, we caught the very talented Mary LambertIn chatting with her, we learned that she loves a ton of music, but we had to ask… what her favorite album of all time was! Check out her in-depth music nerdy answer. 

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New Music Tuesdays are our favorite day! For more new music, listen here.
New Music Tuesdays are our favorite day! For more new music, listen here.
New Music Tuesdays are our favorite day! For more new music, listen here.
New Music Tuesdays are our favorite day! For more new music, listen here.
New Music Tuesdays are our favorite day! For more new music, listen here.

New Music Tuesdays are our favorite day! For more new music, listen here.

Ones To Watch: The Swon Brothers

We here at Rhapsody are always on the hunt for exciting, innovative new musicians. So this year we decided to reinstate our Ones to Watch series, where we focus on one emerging artist for an entire month and provide you with exclusive content from the promising up-and-comer. For the month of October, we’ve chosen new country duo The Swon Brothers as our featured artist. The Oklahoma siblings are gearing up to release their self-titled major-label debut album on October 14. Get to know Zach and Colton a little better with this exclusive Q&A, in which they discuss their time on The Voice (and doing the shake weight with Blake Shelton), share their most embarrassing childhood moments, and give it up for theEagles.

What made you want to play music in the first place?

The good Lord and our parents, but there wasn’t a moment that made us want to start. It was always in us and we’ve never known life without music, starting from day one.

What was the best and worst part about being on The Voice?

Best part was hanging with Blake Shelton and getting to know our fans. Worst was when Blake made us do the shake weight with him as a coaching method.

Zach, tell us one embarrassing childhood story about Colton. Colton, do the same for Zach!

Zach: Colton always had little-man syndrome and a mouth that had no fear. One time he just wouldn’t stop talking trash to our older cousins and they finally got fed up and used a tube sock to tie him up. Then they left him in a dark room for quite a while. It was pretty humorous.

Colton: Well my bro’s defrost/heater was always broken in his car so he used a space heater in the winter every morning, using long extension cords from the house to the car so he could drive us to school. Halfway there he always had to stick his head out in the cold just to see where he was driving.

What are you listening to right now?

Blake Shelton’s Bringing Back the Sunshine and Miranda Lambert's Platinum.

What’s a song you wish you wrote?

George Jones"He Stopped Loving Her Today."

When you think about your first crush, what artist, song or album comes to mind?

Zach: LOL. I gotta go with "Hopelessly Devoted to You" from Grease.
Colton: Sara Evans"I Could Not Ask for More"

If you could emulate anyone’s career, whose would it be? Why?

The Eagles, because they are still touring 40 years after they started, and have recorded hit song after hit song.

Name the: 1) first album you ever bought; 2) last album you bought; and 3) three albums you couldn’t live without.

First album: Travis TrittT-R-O-U-B-L-E

Last album: Lady Antebellum747

Can’t live without: Eagles’ Greatest HitsJames Taylor's Greatest HitsMerle Haggard's Greatest Hits

If you were to write a memoir about yourself, what would the title be?

Sometimes Things Work Out

What does being a Rhapsody’s Ones to Watch artist mean to you?

To even be considered for Rhapsody’s Ones to Watch is such an honor; it’s humbling to know we have true support. There are so many great artists on the rise and we try not to forget just how blessed we are. We are two grateful brothers. Thank you, Rhapsody and fans!

On The Record with Broods

We came for Broods lovely accent, we stayed for what they had to say about Gnarls Barkley

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On The Record with Jason Aldean

We’re back again with another On The Record music challenge! This time, we invited country music star Jason Aldean to give our infamous question a whirl. Check out his answer!

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New Music Tuesdays… can’t get any better than this! 
New Music Tuesdays… can’t get any better than this! 
New Music Tuesdays… can’t get any better than this! 
New Music Tuesdays… can’t get any better than this! 
New Music Tuesdays… can’t get any better than this! 

New Music Tuesdays… can’t get any better than this! 

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Music Festival 2014!

The weather in San Francisco was perfect this weekend as thousands (and yes, we mean thousands) of concert goers trekked to Golden Gate Park for the 41st annual Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival. Founded by the late Warren Hellman, the festival is not only fun, but free!
Check out our photo album on Facebook by clicking the image above! 

Slow Jam Sunday: “Here And Now” by Luther Vandross

Nothing beats a quiet night on a Sunday. Also, nothing beats live music. Which is why we picked Luther Vandross' “Here And Now" LIVE from the Royal Albert Hall as our Slow Jam Sunday pick. 

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On The Record with Flagship

Ready… Set… GO! North Carolina cuties, Flagship, goes on the record about their favorite album of all time. We’re talking life changing and making people cry. Which is why this is a must watch! 

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