Chuck Schultz, with over 20 years experience in the music industry. Has contributed to such outlets as Country Weekly, American Songwriter, Magazine of Country Music, Maverick Magazine (UK) and Country Aircheck. Chuck is also versed in jazz with his work at All About Jazz, Jazz Times and Downbeat. Chuck loves to delve into how a song was crafted and a tour is put together. Contact Chuck @ malone.entertainment@gmail
When you come across an act that lives what they sing, and it’s not that Music Row produced life, well you know that you’ve come across something special. Brad and Curtis Rempel make up the duo, High Valley, who’s first […]
This has been a year where I’ve been waiting for an album to come along and go, ‘dang this is so all over the place, I love it, it’s what we need right now.” Dean Brody fulfills all the points […]
2016 has been full of everything one could imagine. Celebrity deaths by the truck load, natural disasters of biblical proportion and a presidential election that was equal parts Shakespearian play and a really really bad sci-fi film. It only seemed […]
Many things in this life are understandable; death, taxes and someone from Texas puting out a kick ass record. Aaron Einhouse does just that with the release of It Ain’t Pretty. A collection of 11 songs written by Einhouse that showcase a […]
Whenever two icons decide to tour, the end result is usually greatness. Thus, on a warm spring evening in Nashville, Chick Corea and Bela Fleck took the stage at the Ryman Auditorium and put on an otherworldly show. Taking mostly from their […]
When you come across an artist with such a unique name there is a story. Well with Nudie (government name not revealed to protect the innocent) is such an artist. “I have such a regular name that I figure nobody […]
Corb Lund is not only a Canadian treasure, he is a musical treasure for the world to enjoy. On a warm April evening in Nashville, Corb Lund took the stage backed by a trio of players who’ve been with him […]
The Stanley Cup Playoffs are upon us. For those of you that don’t know what that is, it’s two months of blood curdling, high intensity hockey to determine who will be the Champions of the National Hockey League. What better […]
Taking in a show at the Ryman Auditorium is an otherworldly experience. Doesn’t matter if it’s a full band, singer/songwriter or when three giants of music decide they are going to tour together. That’s what you got why Ry Cooder, […]
Tulare dust in a farm boy’s nose Wondering where the freight train goes Standin’ in the field by the railroad track Cursin’ this strap on my cotton sack I can see mom and dad with shoulders low Both of ’em […]
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