I still can’t figure out why this wasn’t a huge summer hit.
Fred Phillips’ Mid-Year Best of 2014 (Southern Rock and Country): Bob Wayne, Sturgill Simpson, Mat D, Jackson Taylor, Willie Nelson
Sturgill Simpson? The genuine article. Bob Wayne? Back with his best ever.
There might not be a more pure and genuine underground country artist.
White’s “old, yet new” vibe again has him brilliantly mixing seemingly unrelated styles.
Here’s a voice so entrancing that it delays my processing of the delivered lyrics.
Another twist from an artist who gets a thrill out of kicking down genre walls.
This long-awaited EP finds Leroy Virgil seemingly growing up. Is that a good thing?
This heretofore traditional Americana trio offramps into a diaphanous, mystery-filled place.
His career with Eagles took flight with a similar sound more than 40 years ago.
‘I’ve heard people say that’: Alan Parsons addresses Lady Antebellum’s ‘rip off’ of ‘Eye in the Sky’
Does the sun in their eyes make some of the lies worth believing?