Country rock from Vandoliers. Willie Nelson’s God’s Problem Child. Blues from Selwyn Birchwood. Soul from Don Bryant. Twang from Rachel Baiman & more.
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
“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.
Don Bryant has the credentials to fill a page, confirming his place in the pantheon of luminaries of Soul: but is the album any good? Yup, it’s superb.
The lo-fi, blown-out R&B album Jake La Botz album, the Old Crow Medicine Show’s Dylan cover, the new soul album from Don Bryant, & the cowpunk Sarah Shook album.
I’ve hand-picked new music from Don Bryant, Jake La Botz, The Mavericks, and Justin Townes Earle.
I like Don Bryant’s cover of “Nickel & A Nail” because it’s a big and strong delivery while also being soulful.