Probably the most heartfelt song from Willie Nelson’s God’s Problem Child album.
No surprise that Steve Earle tops the charts this month. But the #2 spot is a happy surprise and well-deserved…..
More of an alt-rock sound from Vandoliers but with border-music horns and a fair bit of twang. Good, unusual mix, from their Ameri-Kinda album.
The posthumous release of Chuck shows that he was enjoying life with a wicked grin and capable of making worthy music to the end.
Kind of an Iggy Pop sounding song about the scene in San Francisco thirty (40?) years ago.
I like it when a song is this plain-spoke and yet so musical at the same time.
Featured guest is Sherman Holmes. New albums from King James & The Special Men, Amber Cross, & Moot Davis. Plus Glen Campbell’s farewell album.
New music from Moot Davis, The Sherman Holmes Project, Mike Younger, Nicole Atkins, Amber Cross, and Glen Campbell
“Greasy Dollar” is a folky, acoustic, poignant ballad by David Childers from his Run Skeleton Run. I like the sound of the birds in the background.
Old school 50’s rock & roll sound from The Deslondes Hurry Home album.