Thursday, July 25, 2019

Discover New Music From Justin Peter Kinkel-Schuster, Ward Hayden & The Outliers and David G. Smith

Arriving August 30th on Big Legal Mess Records is the latest release from singer/songwriter Justin Peter Kinkel-Schuster. His new album "Take Heart, Take Care" was a challenge for Justin to write, as his band, Water Liars have found success on Spotify with over 14 million streams. He wanted to focus on his songwriting, as this new ten track release invites you into the world of Justin Peter Kinkel-Schuster. He begins with the mellow, Americana/country vibe of "Plenty Wonder" and the more pop-oriented melody of "Friend Of Mine," as you find yourself following his every word. Justin slows down for the beautiful poetic folk/rock ballad "Cut Your Teeth," while "Take Heart, Take Care" is an instructional manual for making it through the dark times in your life. He dives into the country rock of "Educated Guesses," before finishing his new album with gentle acoustics of "Name What You Are" and the picture perfect lyrics of "Held My Own." Justin Peter Kinkel-Schuster will be hitting the road in September, following the release of his new album "Take Heart, Take Care." For a complete list tour dates and to find out more about his new album, please visit

Boston band, Ward Hayden & The Outliers (who recently changed their name from Girls Guns & Glory) are preparing to release their new album "Can't Judge A Book" on August 23rd. The new release features songs by Nick Lowe, Chuck Berry, Fountains of Wayne and other songs made famous by Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley and Elvis Costello. They begin with the thick country blues of "Hackensack," before picking the energy up with a lightning quick rendition of "Promised Land." Everything slows down for the classic tale of "The Ballad Of Ira Hayes" and the honky-tonk, country sway of "Viva Law Vegas." Ward Hayden & The Outliers find the perfect recipe for that classic country sound with "Can't Stop A Train," before closing with the loud, rocking return of energy in the form of "Naturally Crazy." Ward Hayden & The Outliers just started out on their east coast tour. For a complete list of shows and to find out more about their upcoming new album "Can't Judge A Book," please visit

Singer, songwriter and guitarist David G. Smith is preparing to release his fourth studio effort titled "Who Cares" on August 23rd. The album is also dedicated to Blue Miller, who produced and performed on the album. We begin with the blues rock of "Where Is The Medicine," which has a southern, swampy style, while "Jesse James" leans more in the country direction with its swift pace and steady acoustic strumming. David G. Smith tackles the situation of US/Mexico border patrol with the emotion and grace of "Mi Familia," then lightens the melody with the acoustic folk appeal of "Mary Alice." The album wraps up with the inspirational lyrics of "Shine" and the blues shuffle of "Who Cares." To find out more about David G. Smith and his latest release "Who Cares," please visit

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