Slaid Cleaves sings about average guys. Steve Earle sings about Outlaws. Jefferson Ross sings about family. Andy Neil & Roosevelt Collier don’t sing at all.
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New music from Jim Lauderdale, Lee Bains III, Jon Cleary, David Childers, Sonny Landreth, Terry Anderson, and more.
Mythic Americana from the deep woods from Hillfolk Noir’s Junkerpunch album.
No Glory by the Eagle Rock Gospel Singers compares favorably to 1960’s African-American Gospel treasures.
Wow, kind of a trippy psychedelic flashback to the 60’s from the Mavericks, but the song is appropriate for our times.
Preview London Southern by Jim Lauderdale. London Southern by Jim Lauderdale If we Brits need a test of our Americana credentials, a top rated US artist recording an album here must rank highly. London Southern, mostly recorded with Nick Lowe’s band at Goldtop Studio in London, is a beautifully polished collection of songs that reflects Jim […]
Ghost On The Car Radio is a fine release with exceptional tunes, lyrics that narrow the distance between hope and reality, and maybe a little Country Rock.
Echoes of childhood dreams wander in and out of “Muddy Water” from the Deslondes’ Hurry Home album.
And old-school blues number with great acoustic string work and backing band, from Jefrrey Halford’s Rainmaker album.
Upbeat, feel-good song about riots in the street. All I can say is Poke Lafarge makes it work. From his Manic Revelations album.
New music from Steve Earle, Slaid Cleaves, and Jefferson Ross. Plus a new lap steel album from Andy Hall & Roosevelt Collier and a Sun Records tribute.