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Wayne “The Train” Hancock: Man of the Road

Welcome to our latest e-Zine, Wayne “The Train” Hancock: Man of the Road. TJ Editor, Courtney S. Lennon takes you to hang out with Wayne “The Train,” listen to stories and see him play. She also […]

Reviews Confessin’ The Blues

Confessin’ The Blues

By Brian Rock Before they were known as the “world’s greatest Rock and Roll band,” The Rolling Stones considered themselves a Blues band. In fact, just prior to their first ever live performance at London’s […]

Gonzo Country Uncle Ben’s Remedy: The Things That Bring You Back

Uncle Ben’s Remedy: The Things That Bring You Back

TJ ARTIST PROFILE: Uncle Ben’s Remedy HOME BASE: Western New York PROFESSION: What you do when you can’t afford to keep playing music HOBBIES: Trying to keep our shitty equipment and bus in working order, […]

TJ WEST TJ West: LA Roots Radar

TJ West: LA Roots Radar

By Kim Grant I am lucky enough to live in a city where there is an abundance of live music, and where (if you have the stamina) you can see a different artist or band […]

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Craig Marshall – TJ Interview

Craig Marshall – TJ Interview

Turnstyled Junkpiled: Describe growing up in Syracuse, New York. Craig Marshall: I grew up in a suburb of Syracuse called Fayetteville. It was a great place to grow up with family, friends, school, sports. As far […]

TJ West: LA Roots Radar

TJ West: LA Roots Radar

By Kim Grant I am lucky enough to live in a city where there is an abundance of live music, and where (if you have the stamina) you can see a different artist or band […]

TJ West Premiere: Joe Bourdet’s “El Capitan”

TJ West Premiere: Joe Bourdet’s “El Capitan”

By Kim Grant California singer-songwriter, Joe Bourdet is debuting twin singles, “Seamist” and “El Capitan” January 5th, 2019, on a limited run vinyl 45rpm disc along and on digital. Turnstyled, Junkpiled and TJ West have the exclusive video premiere […]

Confessin’ The Blues

Confessin’ The Blues

By Brian Rock Before they were known as the “world’s greatest Rock and Roll band,” The Rolling Stones considered themselves a Blues band. In fact, just prior to their first ever live performance at London’s […]

Between the Grooves: Authenticity Reigns Supreme for Jesse Daniel on Debut

Between the Grooves: Authenticity Reigns Supreme for Jesse Daniel on Debut

By Jonathon Oost Jesse Daniel hails from a Ben Lomond, California, a small mountain town in Santa Cruz County. The landscape, divorce, hard work, and humble beginnings shaped his adolescent years. The anger and frustration […]

Uncle Ben’s Remedy: The Things That Bring You Back

Uncle Ben’s Remedy: The Things That Bring You Back

TJ ARTIST PROFILE: Uncle Ben’s Remedy HOME BASE: Western New York PROFESSION: What you do when you can’t afford to keep playing music HOBBIES: Trying to keep our shitty equipment and bus in working order, […]

A Note From Our Editor

A Note From Our Editor

A Note From Our Editor: When I founded Turnstyled Junkpiled in 2010, I opted to call it an ‘Americana Music Magazine.’ While eight years ago, Americana was the only genre that represented roots music, this […]

Mandy Barnett’s Strange Conversation

Mandy Barnett’s Strange Conversation

By Brian Rock Nashville torch singer, Mandy Barnett speaks volumes on her new release, Strange Conversation. After making a career as Patsy Cline’s foremost musical disciple by starring in “Always…Patsy Cline” at the Ryman Theater […]

Grand Old Grizzly’s Pure Country Pyrite

Grand Old Grizzly’s Pure Country Pyrite

By Brian Rock Grand Old Grizzly strikes gold with their third release, Pure Country Pyrite. Recalling a time before the genre was populated by singer songwriters, folksters, and AAA friendly artists, Grand Old Grizzly captures […]

Mike Farris’s Silver & Stone

Mike Farris’s Silver & Stone

By Brian Rock “Do you like good music – ah, that sweet Soul music?” If so, then Mike Farris’ new album is definitely for you. Still riding the wave from his 2015 Gospel Grammy Award […]

Jason Eady’s I Travel On

Jason Eady’s I Travel On

By Brian Rock Jason Eady plays non-hyphenated Country music for grown-ups. His seventh album, I Travel On, is a collection of smokin’ Honky-Tonkers and story ballads packed with tales from the road and from life’s […]

Forgiveness in Unforgiving Times: Brandi Carlile’s By the Way, I Forgive You

Forgiveness in Unforgiving Times: Brandi Carlile’s By the Way, I Forgive You

By Mercedes Mill Brandi Carlile’s most recent release, By the Way, I Forgive You (Low Country Sound/Elektra Records) is a revelation. On a recent long-distance road trip from city centers to mountaintops, it played on repeat as […]