Arriving as it does amidst of flurry of similarly themed songbook albums — from Rod Stewart to Paul McCartney to Jeff Lynne — Let’s Face the Music and Dance reminds us of Willie Nelson’s age-old command of the genre.Read more ›
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One Track Mind: Country outlaw Bob Wayne on “Til the Wheels Fall Off” and “Blood to Dust” among others
When Bob Wayne took a few minutes from his road-dog touring schedule for an SER Sitdown, we talked to him about some of our favorite tracks from his two Century Media releasesRead more ›
Though his music is very much set in the world of traditional country, filled with banjos, fiddles and, for the most part, nary a distorted guitar to be found, Bob Wayne is not what you’d call a traditional country musician.Read more ›
There has been, over the last months, much more chatter about Robert Plant’s private affairs with Patty Griffin than anything they’ve done in the studio. “Ohio,” from Griffin’s upcoming release American Kid, changes that.Read more ›
With John Oates of Hall and Oates fame, the worry might have been that his on-going Nashville residency would lead to a turn toward the soft commercialism of modern-day country music.Read more ›