<span id="back-to-top-inner"></span>



Five New Awesome America Singles

“Hook’s In the Water”
Steve Itterly harkens back to the early days of Dylan for this protest song that he first started penning in response to the mass shooting in El Paso last year. The songwriter from Colorado embodies that authentic folk feel in this live studio recording to capture the raw, downtrodden-but-not-yet-broken power that encapsulated the protest music of the 1960s. Itterly asks some important questions and offers listeners points to ponder, especially during an election year, so I suggest you listen and listen hard.

– YabYum Music + Arts


Singer songwriters to steal your heart this weekend

I am already a big fan of Steve Itterly. His voice reminds me a bit of the great country singer John Prine. His folksy songwriting style wins me over right away. The full composition is complete with a rummy tap tap snare part that uses brushes to create texture. Sometimes it reminds me a little of what I like about the Wood Brothers. Itterly has made his way onto my short list of folk artists to look into more. If you dig this tune, leave us a note on social media and maybe we’ll review the full EP.