News

  • Ruthie Foster nominated for Best Contemporary Blues Album!!!!


    We are so pleased that Ruthie has once again been nominated!

  • Brand new song and video, "Pigs" from Wood and Wire!

    From the upcoming release “No Matter Where It Goes From Here”, out NOW

  • Ruthie Foster struts out with a new album!


    THREE-TIME GRAMMY NOMINEE RUTHIE FOSTER
    BRINGS HER BIG BAND — AND HER GLAM —
    TO GO LIVE AT THE PARAMOUNT,
    Out Now!
    Featuring arrangements by Miles Davis alum John Beasley and bandleader John Mills, Foster’s latest evokes Sinatra, Ellington, Ella and other swing-era greats on collection of favorite originals and dynamic covers

  • Blue Corn Music teams up with HAAM!

    Come celebrate all of the wonderful people that have brought us so much joy over the past 20 years!

    When:Sunday November 10th, 7pm
    Where: the O4 Center, 2701 South Lamar Blvd, Austin TX 78704

    Ruthie Foster
    Grupo Fantasma
    Rebecca Loebe
    Gary Nicholson
    Roger Blevins (Mingo Fishtrap)
    Jeff Plankenhorn
    Adam & Chris Carroll
    Rich Brotherton
    Two High String Band (with members of Wood & Wire)

    Proceeds to benefit HAAM-Health Alliance for Austin Musicians

  • Remembering Jimmy LaFave...

  • Bonnie Raitt, Ruthie Foster & Martie Maguire - Angel From Montgomery (John Prine)

    At the start and end, Friday’s “Harvey Can’t Mess With Texas” concert for hurricane relief at the Erwin Center was much like all great Willie Nelson shows. It began, as Willie always does, with “Whiskey River,” before closing with an “I’ll Fly Away”/”Will the Circle Be Unbroken” finale. In between, though, Austin got to see a concert the likes of which has never been thrown here.

    There was Willie singing “Funny How Times Slips Away” with Leon Bridges, and “Texas Flood” with Bonnie Raitt and Jimmie Vaughan. Then Bonnie sang with James Taylor. Then Taylor fronted Asleep at the Wheel. Then Asleep at the Wheel backed Paul Simon and Edie Brickell singing “Waltz Across Texas.” Then the Dixie Chicks’ Martie Maguire and gospel sensation Ruthie Foster joined Raitt for “Angel From Montgomery.” And on and on and on. It was that kind of night, for more than four hours…. -AUSTIN AMERICAN STATESMAN

  • Ruthie Foster Christmas Playlist!

    Is available to listen to on Spotify! Happy Holidays!