With a string of strong albums behind them, Rehab returns with Gullible's Travels, the group's first album with AVJ Records, part of the Average Joes Entertainment group. Read on to see what we say about the album.
This Exene Cervenka album may come as a shock to anyone familiar with the singer/songwriter’s past work with the iconic punk band X and may even surprise fans of The Knitters, the folk-rock offshoot of X. Is it a good album?
Adopted into a family based on Long Island, NY, Diana Jones came about her love of roots music naturally and later found out she came from a musical family w/connections to Chet Atkins. How does she showcase those roots here?
Sometimes music is too broad to be confined to a neat little box to check a genre in. This is explicitly why we try to share albums like House on Fire with you, in addition to our regular mainstream country music. It's too good not to.
Hayes Carll last album Trouble In Mind gave him a wider audience and with many of his songs featured in the film Country Strong (most by Garrett Hedlund), the profile is even higher. Check out what we think of this new relea
Listen to this great tune from americana singer/songwrtier Bill Mallonnee and his band Vigilantes of Love. The song features harmony vocals from Buddy and Julie Miller. Perhaps this tune will get a mainstream country remake one of these days?
Elizabeth Cook has always been an artist who fell between the cracks of country music. Her previous albums, filled with her Florida twang and traditional instruments were far too country to be played on mainstream radio. Is this the same?
After recording and releasing two albums while a Nashville resident, Jill King decided she needed to do something and go somewhere else, with California being her destination. Does this album differ sonically from the first two records?