"I decided to download Barton Hollow by The Civil Wars after seeing them on David Letterman last week. Amazon had it for $5.99. It starts out strong with great songs and harmonies but a lot of the songs start to sound the same. …"
"James McMurtry is great live. I saw him a couple years ago at the Iron Horse in Northampton MA and he was amazing. The Iron Horse is a small bar and it was packed. Definitely someone to see live if you get the chance.
Last night a friend and I went…"
"Rattlin' Bones Kasey Chambers and Shane Nicholson
I missed it when it first came out. A friend gave it to me to listen to and it blew me away how good it is. There aren't too many albums that I would classify as perfect but this is one of…"
"I don't know if I would classify them as fast, fast, fast but you should check out Rank and File and Rubber Rodeo. Rubber Rodeo was a Boston based band in the early 80's and you can find them on Itunes. Their version of Jolene is probably…"
"James McMurtry-Too Long in the Wasteland
John Hiatt-Slow Turning
Robert Earl Keen-A Bigger Piece of Sky
John Prine-Lost Dogs and Mixed Blessings
Lucinda Williams-Car Wheels on a Gravel Road
The Jayhawks-Hollywood Town Hall
"I work for an electronics store that sells Ipods and I resisted getting one for the longest time. I started reading No Depression a few years ago (I can't believe I didn't find out about the magazine sooner!) and I wanted a way to check…"
Mar 6, 2009
Dave O. is now a member of No Depression Americana and Roots Music
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