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Patrick Carrico – Rooted in the Rich Tradition of California Country

Patrick Carrico – Rooted in the Rich Tradition of California Country

By Terry Roland Southern California’s Inland Empire is an unsuspecting place to find country-roots talent. But, if you travel down Route 66 heading east from L.A. far enough and you look real close you may […]

Nick Waterhouse releases Never Twice

Nick Waterhouse releases Never Twice

By Brian Rock If you find yourself in a state of post Mad Men deprivation blues and are jonesing for a fix of that cool, swinging cocktail culture, Nick Waterhouse has your cure. His second […]

The Time Jumpers [feat. Vince Gill] release Kid Sister

The Time Jumpers [feat. Vince Gill] release Kid Sister

By Brian Rock It’s one thing when an established musical star starts a side project to explore new creative avenues. It’s another thing entirely when an established musical star is willing to become an ensemble […]

Luke Winslow-King’s new album I’m Glad Trouble Don’t Last Always

Luke Winslow-King’s new album I’m Glad Trouble Don’t Last Always

By Brian Rock A single, wavering note begins Luke Winslow-King’s new album, I’m Glad Trouble Don’t Last Always; a small clue to the music that follows. Unlike his previous four albums, this work is intensely […]

Harry Dean Stanton Celebrated by Kris Kristofferson, John C. Reilly and Vidiots

Harry Dean Stanton Celebrated by Kris Kristofferson, John C. Reilly and Vidiots

By Jake Tully Very rarely does a figure in American culture come along who can unite multiple generations with a simple wry grin and tip of their Stetson, and an immeasurable amount of charisma. Then […]

Waylon Jennings – The Lost Nashville Sessions

Waylon Jennings – The Lost Nashville Sessions

By Brian Rock New Waylon Jennings album. That’s probably all you need to know to make up your mind about getting a copy. But for those who are curious, the album is titled The Lost […]

The Coal Men release Pushed To The Side

The Coal Men release Pushed To The Side

By Brian Rock Dave Coleman and his cleverly named band, The Coal Men, are either very brave or impractically idealistic. Living in Nashville, the trio insists on making “really honest, genuine music.” On their fifth […]

Kris Kristofferson & John C. Reilly Headline Harry Dean Stanton Award Night

Kris Kristofferson & John C. Reilly Headline Harry Dean Stanton Award Night

By Jake Tully For 90 years, Harry Dean Stanton has provided us with an Americana archetype on screen that can only be described as having true grit. To commemorate his legacy, his influence and overall […]

TJ West: Americana Fest 2016 Recap

TJ West: Americana Fest 2016 Recap

By Kim Grant For those of you unfamiliar with AmericanaFest, it’s a weeklong celebration of Americana music held in Nashville, TN.  It takes place in mid-September and along with the music, there are panels you […]

All For The Hall Goes Cross-Country

All For The Hall Goes Cross-Country

By Jake Tully Held in support of Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, All For The Hall 2016 featured long-time host Vince Gill, joined by Kasey Musgraves and Chris Stapleton as well as cross-over […]

Hymn for Her Releases Drive Til U Die

Hymn for Her Releases Drive Til U Die

By Brian Rock Listening to the new album, Drive Til U Die, by Hymn for Her, it’s hard to believe that all that great, textured psychobilly sound is coming from just two musicians. The duo,Lucy […]

Seth Walker’s Gotta Get Back

Seth Walker’s Gotta Get Back

By Brian Rock Seth Walker gets back to his roots on his ninth release, Gotta Get Back. Fatigued and road weary from over 15 years of bringing his music to the people, Seth decided to […]

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