The Southern Rambler tells the stories of artists, writers, and musicians in the South.
When the roll of thunder comes Rolling like a distant drum And my ship is lost at sea That’s when you rescue me When I have nowhere left to hide The world has stripped me of my pride I […]
How many drops of rain roll off of how many window panes Down to a valley low where a river like me begins to grow I sing a mournful song as I rush and ramble along Oh di oh di […]
Jamestown Revival played for the first time in Mobile in early 2014, days before the release of their debut album, Utah. The band is bigger now, making several appearances on late night shows, headlining their own tours with a crew, and […]
“Muddy Waters’ music changed my life, and whether you know it or not, and like it or not, it probably changed yours too.” Eric Clapton about Muddy Waters, who grew up in Clarksdale, Miss. Your life has probably been changed […]
“You can’t always get what you want But if you try sometimes you just might find You just might find You get what you need” —The Rolling Stones in Havana on March 25 Change is slowly coming to Cuba. And […]
To be humble, to be kind. It is the giving of the peace in your mind. To a stranger, To a friend To give in such a way that has no end. We are love We are one We are […]
It was the third of June, another sleepy, dusty Delta day I was out choppin’ cotton, and my brother was balin’ hay And at dinner time we stopped and walked back to the house to eat And mama hollered out […]
On the gray March days between winter and spring, Shawn Mullins recorded My Stupid Heart in the Tennessee foothills outside of Nashville. His first album in five years is a new beginning for the Georgia singer-songwriter who is singing with a voice that […]
From Muscle Shoals to Mobile, the country’s best music is coming from the state of Alabama. The music has always been here, but today it is different. Alabama bands are topping the Billboard charts in multiple genres and selling out […]
Heard the lone whistle blow You know it blows just like it won’t blow no more. I went down to the railroad station, you know I looked up on the schedule board I didn’t see no train coming, I didn’t […]
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