Spring Fed Records is Grammy Award Winning record label operated by The Center for Popular Music at Middle Tennessee State University. Spring Fed Records preserves and documents the traditional music of Tennessee and the Mid-South region through the release of recordings of historical and cultural importance. As part of MTSU’s College of Media and Entertainment, Spring Fed Records also serves as an experiential educational platform for students, and offers cultural outreach and education to the public.
I'm Not Gone Yet
The music Roy plays is a music of the past, but it is still relevant today. This project has been one of the most enjoyable endeavors of my life, and I hope you all enjoy listening to Roy as much as I have enjoyed recording him, and more importantly learning how very important Roy is to the rich musical heritage of Tennessee and America as a whole.
Todd Eberhardt, May 22, 2017
Coming Soon to
Eddie and Ruben Jimenez
Música Alegre! Traditional and original conjunto tunes from
Flattops and Fiddles
We're hard at work reissuing classic titles from the Davis Unlimited label. These limited run reissues feature the original album art and liner notes as well as remastered audio and bonus cuts from the Charles K. Wolfe audio collection at the Center for Popular Music. Get them from the Center for Popular Music.
Perry County Music Makers
Physical copies can be purchased from the MTSU Marketplace.
“Rare & Beautiful Mexican-American fiddle tunes and songs played by a San Antonio native”
“Old School Conjunto Accordion Master from Corpus Christi”
Two master Texas musicians backed by Virginio Castillo (bajo sexto) and Ramon Gutierrez (tololoche)