There were just a few more days left in 2011 and I was already making predictions on the best of 2012. I’m predicting (and, I’m fairly certain) that my 2012 end-of-the-year list as well as others will include Bro. Stephen’s […]
A few years ago, singer-songwriter Carly Maicher was looking for a change of scenery from her familiar surroundings in Manitoba, Canada for the remote setting of Grand Manan, a tiny island in New Brunswick where her grandparents grew up and […]
A few months ago, I featured an album from a popular Seattle busker by the name of Ben Fisher. His debut album, Heavy Boots & Underwoods, is a great list of songs written and sung by Ben and is somewhat […]
Every once in a great while the stars align and the universe works its mystical powers to match and unite people into perfect and harmonious couples and/or partners like Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris, Gillian Welch and David Rawlings, Johnny […]
Best new artist maybe a bit of an understatement when talking about Nebraska native and singer-songwriter, Max Holmquist, who also goes by the stage name South of Lincoln. For me, not only is he one of the best, he’s lo-fi crack. […]
“Holy shit!” is my exact thought each and every time I listen to Chris Bathgate’s new album, Salt Year. The sheer musical and lyrical power of this entire album got under my skin and seeped into my veins becoming a part […]
Brimming with Southern charm, Nell Robinson’s new album, On the Brooklyn Road, is rooted deeply in its culture as a bucoulic celebration of family and heritage. Named after the red clay dirt road leading to her family’s rural Alabama farm, this […]
In June, Nick 13, the front man for the psychobilly band, Tiger Army, released his self-titled solo album on Sugar Hill Records. The aptly self-titled album blends country, hillbilly, and Americana perfectly mirroring Nick and his respect for the genres […]
Psychobilly band, Tiger Army’s lead singer and guitarist, Nick 13, released his first full-length solo album in June via Sugar Hill. Now, don’t be fooled into thinking this is going to sound like another Tiger Army record because it isn’t. […]
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