Alison Krauss, the folk and bluegrass songwriter-fiddler who has warmed the hearts of millions, is one of the most accomplished bluegrass musicians of today.
With a musical style that playfully courts dreamlike sequences of psychedelia, post-punk and funk, Warpaint has quickly made way in the realm of popularity.
Brian Joseph Burton is perhaps better known by his stage name, Danger Mouse.
The Irish rock band Bell X1 has experienced a multitude of changes on the path to the successful spot they currently hold.
Born on the outskirts of Philadelphia to a family of ten siblings, Kurt Vile exudes a positively warming grasp of classic rock and modern form and is often marked by influences from Leonard Cohen and My Bloody Valentine to Animal Collective.
Rising from the stomping grounds of folksters like Fleet Foxes,The Cave Singers are no doubt inspired by the rain and shine of the Pacific Northwest as well.
Hayes Carll is a dry-witted folk musician whose humble music is poised but infused with humorous anecdotes.
Questlove, born Ahmir Khalib Thompson, is the well renowned drummer of the multi-Grammy award winning Philly band The Roots, but it doesn't end there for the prolific artist.
Suze Rotolo has been described as the '60s muse of Bob Dylan, the girl behind some of his most moving love songs and rousing political statements set to music.
Holding a title as one of the best guitarists in Nashville has to mean that you've achieved something of a legendary status in the music world--and that's exactly what Buddy Miller has done.