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Lydia Loveless’ Boy Crazy and Single(s)

Lydia Loveless’ Boy Crazy and Single(s)

By Mercedes Mill Lydia Loveless rocks out on Boy Crazy and Single(s) with a potent mix of strength and vulnerability. Featuring a reissue of her 2013 EP, Boy Crazy, this new release includes six additional […]

Chris Hillman’s Still Flying High on New Album, Bidin’ My Time

Chris Hillman’s Still Flying High on New Album, Bidin’ My Time

By Terry Roland Chris Hillman’s first solo album in a decade provides a roadmap through his 55-year career. Never one to base his work on the past, Hillman has brought to the album, continuity, with […]

Rob Williams’ An Hour Before Daylight

Rob Williams’ An Hour Before Daylight

By Brian Rock Rob Williams gets up early to share his new album, An Hour Before Daylight. This, his third full length release, sees Williams continue his unique, melodic hook-laden style of Folk-abilly. Perhaps inspired […]

In Retrospect: Bobby Thompson on the Creative Chase

In Retrospect: Bobby Thompson on the Creative Chase

By Mercedes Mill It’s said that no man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man. It’s as though the moments and hours and days […]

TJ West Video Premiere: The T Sisters “Woo Woo”

TJ West Video Premiere: The T Sisters “Woo Woo”

By Kim Grant We have another video premiere produced by The Tomboy Sessions in Santa Cruz, CA!  Introducing the 4th video in a 9 video series performed by Bay Area Band, The T Sisters and […]

TJ Spotlight: Emily Herring

TJ Spotlight: Emily Herring

By Courtney S. Lennon Houston, Texas native, Emily Herring is on a walk in San Marcos, Texas, where she currently lives. San Marcos, is about 30 miles southwest of Austin, where Herring has established herself […]

The Contenders’s Laughing With The Reckless

The Contenders’s Laughing With The Reckless

By Brian Rock Americana duo The Contenders are anything but reckless in their debut album, Laughing with the Reckless. Filled with finely crafted songs of struggle and hope, Guitarist Jay Nash and Drummer Josh Day […]

Tyler Childers Sells Out Ohio

Tyler Childers Sells Out Ohio

By Josh Schott Tyler Childers impressed at his sold out show at The Adelphia Music Hall in Marietta, Ohio on October 27. The show had been sold out well in advance, which is a rarity […]

Radney Foster: The Storyteller of Del Rio

Radney Foster: The Storyteller of Del Rio

By Courtney S. Lennon Radney Foster is at home in Nashville, Tenn., where he has lived for over 30 years. The Del Rio, Texas native, is in the middle of fixing supper, on a short […]

Jon Langford’s Four Lost Souls

Jon Langford’s Four Lost Souls

By Jake Tully A cursory listen to Jon Langford’s Four Lost Souls might place the record in the vein of Yusuf Islam (nee Georgiou) or even a more country-fried Charlie Reid, in which case both […]

Margo Price’s All American Made

Margo Price’s All American Made

By Josh Schott Last year Margo Price took the traditional country crowd by storm with her debut album Midwest Farmer’s Daughter. Her twangy, outlaw influenced songs earned her widespread critical acclaim and fan adulation. Fans […]

Songwriter Jack Tempchin’s Peaceful Easy Feeling

Songwriter Jack Tempchin’s Peaceful Easy Feeling

By Terry Roland With the release of Peaceful Easy Feeling: The Songs of Jack Tempchin, the soulfully seasoned singer-songwriter is experiencing a career renaissance that defies the conventional musical biography story that has the songwriter […]