There are few situations in which Gene Simmons hasn't tried to extract money from in the persuit of branding himself & his band KISS. John Rich seems to have copied his business model for the country music world. Is it a good move?
There have been quite a few country records released in the past few months. Here's a round-up of album reviews from artists like Phil Vassar, Lady Antebellum, Becky Schlegel, George Strait and James Otto among others.
The Nashville-by-way-of-Georgia trio “Lady A” releases their power-pop single “Lookin’ For A Good Time." Although suggestive of romance, the song carefully walks the line as a simple party-crasher anthem in disguise.
Sometimes it takes somebody to cross the threshold of those confident twenties to come back and provide moral support and confidence to younger peers. That seems to be what Kellie Pickler is attempting on her new single.
Rascal Flatts has been using the "Bob That Head" theme for their 2008 concert tour so it was probably inevitable that the star trio would release it as their summer single. That being said, is it any good?
When "Some People Change" failed to provide the usual sales numbers for Montgomery Gentry, they decided to return to the harder-edged sound they're known for. Does the record live up to previous efforts?
So what do we make of the mess that appears to be Nashville Star. They have good judges who are actually relevent to the current country climate but NBC then hires a VH1 reality show producers to choose the contestents?