4th ANNUAL AWARDS
Behind the Scenes
INDIE VILLE TV MAGAZINE
Stephcynie's: Mr. Edwards
April 27, 2017
Full time tattoo-er/ Full Time Intergalactic Superstar
April 11, 2017
Stagger Moon and "She's Got to Leave"
An interview with Lead Singer Ky Brazelton
March 21, 2017
Adam Searan Fusing pop singer/songwriting with country essence
Cameron McCasland and The Beast in the Cave
Lindsay Ross – Nominated for Actress of the Year
March 17, 2017
Jamie Meyer Nominated for Indie Music Video of the Year
Cody Rogers – Nominated Indie Film of the year
March 13, 2017
Toran Turner –Nominated for Male Model
Dead Deads – Nominated Alternative EP of the year
Mark Allee and Operation Booty Move
July 10, 2016
May 14, 2016
Ted Fox nods to Bob Dylan and Joan Baez as his major influences. He considers his music to represent
the “landscape of American music” with a twinge of educated sadness.
Originally from Nashville and educated at Belmont University, Ted C. Fox “combines the sounds of dark
bluegrass and the ether and epic guitars of post rock.”
Listening to other country, bluegrass, Americana greats like Hank Williams Jr. and Bill Monroe Ted began
listening to as many old versions of country covers and performing them.
Fox’s favorite story is about Bill Monroe, the singer and guitar play who is reknowned as “The
Grandfather of American Music.”
During the great folk revival of the 1960’s and 70’s Monroe’s tunes were blaring on record players
everywhere, but he had no idea his level of fame so many years after his early recordings.
If you looked into a crystal ball, perhaps that is where Ted’s own career (like Monroe before him) is
going near-silent fame and amazing finger pickin’ technique.
Fox’s new album “A Gospel of Dirt” took four years to make and is set to release June 24 th along with a
release party and new music video very soon.
He just released the very sad and low melodic tune “Maiden” out on his facebook page and website.
The song is reminiscent of old country westerns, it’s not a stretch to think one day it’ll be on the
soundtrack to a great new age spaghetti western (I’m looking at you Tarentino.)
Fox also has a few shows coming up that he is “very excited about.”
Fox juggles a day job, making music, and pouring into music history, (something he has done since
college) for musical inspiration and from his angst of starting out rebelling against popular country music to falling for the sweet melodies of bluegrass, folk and Americana.
As we follow Fox and his cd release, we may just be on the verge of one very foxy folk revival of our
You can follow Ted on instagram @tedcfoxmusic and www.facebook.com/TedCFox.
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