This is not the first time reviewing material from Sunday Wilde. I had the honor of being one of the first reviewers of her last album, Blueberries & Grits. That was more of a solo project. This album features Reno […]
I am not even sure where to begin on this one. My first thought was this is very raw. Very raw indeed. At first blush, you may think this is just another basement tape by a fledgling artist. Actually, it […]
First of all, let me say that I have been a monster fan of the Drive By Truckers (DBTs) for 12 years now. There are no bands currently like them putting out such high quality material and touring almost nonstop. […]
I am perplexed by the name of this band. Is it about girls that smoke marijuana? Is it about girls (and guys) who play a derivative of bluegrass music? Well bluegrass is a bit of a stretch. Kinda’ sorta’ bluegrass. […]
Parham, a native of Oklahoma, delivers the goods on These American Blues. I don’t know what it is about Oklahoma, but it is becoming sacred ground for musicians. Parham joins an esteemed list of fellow Oklahomans including The Flaming Lips, […]
I have to admit, the first time I listened to this, I was not enamored with it. The songs seem a little dark. All of the songs seem to be about war, loss, and sadness. The music and vocals also […]
Bluesy, rootsy, and old timey with a modern twist. All that is old is new again. Blueberries And Grits is the new album by Sunday Wilde. Wilde is a native of a rural town in Ontario, Canada. Even though she is from […]
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