Country rock from Vandoliers. Willie Nelson’s God’s Problem Child. Blues from Selwyn Birchwood. Soul from Don Bryant. Twang from Rachel Baiman & more.
“Wishful Drinking” from Jason Eady’s AM Country Heaven is the best kind of cry-in-your-beer song.
“Good Ole Days” is the foot tapper from Malcolm Holcombe’s Pretty Little Troubles.
This is a bootleg recording from the recent Merle Haggard tribute concert. As far as I know, there hasn’t been an official release of this video, so this is the best we can get for now.
Title track from Way Out West by Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives, gettin kinda surf guitar-y and psychedelic, just like you like it.
“AM Country Heaven” is Jason Eady’s turn at writing the prototypical country music song.
Lynne Hanson is the featured artist with two bluesy tracks from her Uneven Ground album. Plus John Moreland, Rhiannon Giddens, The Mavericks, Don Bryant & more
The Gibson Brothers perform “Fool’s Hill” written by Eric Gibson, one of the songs from their soon-to-be released new album In the Ground.
“How do I get there?” from Don Bryant’s Don’t Give Up On Love album is a perfect example of how soul music straddles the gospel/secular divide.
This is the title track from Shinyribs new album. I like the boozy, swaggery New Orlean’s feel to the tune.