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TJ Profiles: Sam Outlaw

TJ Profiles: Sam Outlaw

TJ PROFILES: SAM OUTLAW HOME: Los Angeles, CA PROFESSION: Country Singer/Songwriter HOBBIES: Wrangler Jeans model LAST ALBUM PURCHASED: Sturgill Simpson – Metamodern Sounds in Country Music LAST ACCOMPLISHMENT: Played ‘Stagecoach Festival’ in Los Angeles and […]

TJ WEST: Music Benefit For LA Indie Rock Guitarist Josh Schwartz

TJ WEST: Music Benefit For LA Indie Rock Guitarist Josh Schwartz

TJ WEST: Music Benefit For LA Indie Rock Guitarist Josh Schwartz By Kim Grant Los Angeles musicians, friends and fans are banding together to support a fellow musician in-need, Josh Schwartz. Schwartz is a skilled […]

Legendary Outlaw Billy Joe Shaver Brings Texas to Buffalo

Legendary Outlaw Billy Joe Shaver Brings Texas to Buffalo

Legendary Outlaw Billy Joe Shaver Brings Texas to Buffalo By Mark Lennon Billy Joe Shaver will be playing The Sportsmen’s Tavern Tuesday July 8 at 8p. Any classic country junky has heard Honky Tonk Heroes, […]

Cowboy Jack Clement’s For Once And For All

Cowboy Jack Clement’s For Once And For All

Cowboy Jack Clement’s For Once And For All By Michael Verity In light of Cowboy Jack’s recent passing and his legacy as a country songwriting genius and rock and roll pioneer, it’s tempting to dispense […]

Bottle Rockets Set Western NY Off

Bottle Rockets Set Western NY Off

Bottle Rockets Set Western NY Off By Mark Lennon Anyone who has set foot in a supermarket or restaurant in Western NY, may be all to familiar with the 90s rock time warp the area […]

Marc Ford Holy Ghost

Marc Ford Holy Ghost

Marc Ford Holy Ghost By Gerry Gomez Staff Writer “I see Blue Skies from now on,” sings Marc Ford in the song “Blue Skies” from his recent solo release, Holy Ghost on the Naim Edge […]

Johnny Cash’s Out Among the Stars: An Artist Renewed and Ready

Johnny Cash’s Out Among the Stars: An Artist Renewed and Ready

By Terry Roland Unearthed recordings from shelved sessions can be mixed blessings. On the new release from the Cash estate, Out Among the Stars, restored and completed sessions from 1983, when as his son John […]

Gary Austin’s The Traveler

Gary Austin’s The Traveler

Gary Austin’s The Traveler By Gerry Gomez Staff Writer There’s a purity and honesty in Gary Austin’s songs. A longtime writer, Gary Austin is the founder of Los Angeles’ famed Groundling theatre who just recently […]

Scott H. Biram Q&A – Loud and Rowdy at The Echo

Scott H. Biram Q&A – Loud and Rowdy at The Echo

  Scott H. Biram Q&A –Loud and Rowdy at The Echo By Jonathan Shifflett Following his 2014 release, Nothin’ But Blood, Texas native Scott H. Biram takes his rough and tumble, one-man band act on […]

Nothin’ But Blood by Scott H. Biram

Nothin’ But Blood by Scott H. Biram

Nothin’ But Blood by Scott H. Biram By Jonathan Shifflett Nothin’ But Blood, the new album from Scott H. Biram aka The Dirty Old One Man Band, is an enlightening collection of dirty, gospel tunes, […]

Cool Your Jets by Patrolled By Radar

Cool Your Jets by Patrolled By Radar

Cool Your Jets by Patrolled By Radar By Gerry Gomez Staff Writer It’s probably appropriate to call Patrolled By Radar, a Los Angeles institution of the finest roots rock-n-roll brand. Having been a fixture in […]

Jim Lauderdale: Americana’s Country Journeyman Returns to L.A.

Jim Lauderdale: Americana’s Country Journeyman Returns to L.A.

By Terry Paul Roland With a career as diverse as the emerging genre we call ‘Americana,’ Jim Lauderdale continues on the same track toward collaboration, generosity and an imagination fused with the influence of Country and Bluegrass […]

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