Robert Earl Keen’s take on Bill Monroe’s “Footprintw in the Snow” is this the best kind of cover song — timeless but personal.
“Beryl” reminds us of why Mark Knopfler became famous in the first place — even as it seems to retrace the steps that led him away from that fame.
Gregg Allman prepares his next, typically uncategorizable move: ‘Everybody seems to want some kind of label’
Gregg Allman has turned his attention to a new solo album. Just don’t ask him to define it — or even nail down an exact release date.
Jamey Johnson has released his first new non-holiday song since ending a prolonged dispute with Mercury and launching his own label.
A journeyman country tune makes the case all over again for Levon Helm’s tender, heart-openingly emotional side.
Bob Wayne, Sturgill Simpson, Whiskey Myers and Whitey Morgan are included in Fred Phillips’ Best of 2014 list for country and Southern rock.
Sometimes, as with the title track to Whitey Morgan’s new album ‘Grandpa’s Guitar,’ a song just hits you right where you live.
If you’re riding with Jack White, you’d best buckle up. He’s going to take more sharp turns in one album than most artists dare in a career.
Cracker always stood with a foot in both of these California music beds. ‘Berkeley to Bakersfield’ fully explores their twinned inspirations.
You might expect a rootsy track called “21+” to focus on hell raising in a fictional saloon. Butch Walker does something different.