Georgia has been a hotbed for alternative and rock music for years now but it seems as if the tide has turned towards country with the success of the Zac Brown Band, Sugarland and Colt Ford. Will Brantley Gilbert Follow them to success?
For everything that he was or wasn't Hank Williams sure left a lot of unreleased recordings. For the first time ever these recordings are available on a 3 disc box set from Time Life. Is it worth purchasing?
Mandolin virtuoso Sam Bush returns with his latest album of splendid bluegrass tunes which features guests like bassist Edgar Meyer and Del McCoury. Does the record live up to Sam Bush's status as a legendary artist?
Miranda Lambert has steadily built a career where fans actually go purchase her records and support her on tour. Will her third album raise her status even more with some consistent radio airplay or will it follow the trends of the first two?
When you get to the lauded level that the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band has gotten to, it's easy to 'coast' with new releases that don't really have any difference from what's found in past recordings. Thankfully, the NGDB isn't that kind of band.
Adam Steffey is one of the world's best mandolin players and for this latest record on Sugar Hill Records, Adam has called in some of his friends like Alison Krauss and Ronnie Bowman to lend some support. How did it turn out?
Traditional country music may not be all that mainstream these days but that doesn't mean that there arent artists out there making it. Dallas Wayne is one such artist and he returns after a brief hiatus with his latest album.
With the release of this ambitious two-disc set, Bryan Clark has managed to cover multiple facets of Roots (or Americana) music in a unique way that shows off his vocal, songwriting and instrumental abilities.