The Reverend Shawn Amos Breaks It Down does just that; he gives the listener blues, soul, gospel, R&B and full on rock and roll, all with a very immediate 21st century feel.
an addictive blend of country, honky-tonk and Tex-Mex.
Gil Landry’s Love Rides A Dark Horse tries to “purge hard times in song.”
What does seem different on Same As I Ever Have Been is Patershuk’s lightness of touch and variety of style compared with his previous album.
Two Different Worlds gives Ryan Koenig a long-overdue opportunity to demonstrate his own talents of songwriting and musicianship.
Last Of The True qualifies Fauss for much wider recognition … a broad sweep of country, rock and roll, & folk
Whitney Rose sings ballads with a voice that takes you right back to the 50’s or 60’s. But the album also reflects her struggles with contemporary issues
Swampland Jewels has something for both the long-time aficionado and the listener who is just curious to know more about this fascinating music.
Galax by Wild Ponies is a beautifully crafted sweep through mountain music, paying homage to its venerable roots but also creating a contemporary feel.
Thousand Springs showcases Korby Lenker’s deeply bound storytelling & songwriting.
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 […]
Transient Lullaby by The Mastersons keeps their beautifully intertwined harmonies, wry lyrics and musical dexterity.
God’s Problem Child by Willie Nelson is by no means an honourable slide into retirement, but his best for a couple of decades.
In Blue Collar Hippie Music, The Plott Hounds don’t so much bring their southern jamming sound into your music machine but transport you to their live show.
In Sonny & Brownie’s Last Train, Guy Davis & Fabrizio Poggi pay tribute to great bluesmen and pass the mantle of this venerated music to a new generation.
Listening Postcards by Pieta Brown feels like sitting very still beside a lake at dawn as the mist rises waiting to catch the delicate sound of a rare bird.
There’s some music you can have playing in the background and there is music that requires your complete attention. Mount Renraw by Otis Gibbs is not for multi-taskers.