Rich Minus re-recorded “Laredo Rose” in his later years and I think the song has a huge emotional punch when song by an older man.
The Plott Hounds have been developing into an awesome jam band but they never forget their southern country rock roots.
Mildly amusing spoof interview at the beginning but kick ass rock & roll follows. “Good With God” is from Graveyard Whistling by The Old 97’s.
Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives gettin’ kinda surf-rocky and a little bit psychedelic-y, from their latest album Way Out West.
Title track from Jared Tyler’s new album. This is a rough cut from a live performance, but I think it does a good job of capturing Jared’s personality and vibe.
I like Don Bryant’s cover of “Nickel & A Nail” because it’s a big and strong delivery while also being soulful.
I like the slow relaxed pace of this ode to bar rooms and the people who call them home, from Up Ahead by Travis Linville.
Band Of Heathens singing their everybody-must-get-stoned song, “Green Grass Of California” from their Duende album. Vide
Craig Thatcher performs three tracks on The Sound Room. The set includes “Talk to Me Baby,” “Before I Go,” and “Life Ain’t Easy.”
A dramatic and tense video for “Blood Hunters” from Andrew Combs’ Canyons Of My Mind album. I don’t know where this shot, but the scenery reminds me of the Appalachian mountains. Preview more tracks from Canyons Of My Mind by Andrew Combs.