Known as one of "Alt-Country" or "Americana"'s liberal troubadours (not unlike Kris Kristofferson), Todd Snider certainly isn't afraid to shake things up a bit. Read on to see how well he shakes things up on this, his latest album.
Filmed with active-duty Navy SEALs to ensure the accuracy of the events portrayed on film, Act of Valor demanded a strong soundtrack. Do Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Hunter Hayes, Jake Owen and more deliver one? Read on to find out!
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.
Alt-country has been pushing the boundaries of country music for nearly three decades now, fusing old school rockabilly with new school punk and a wealth of bluegrass more inspired by The Pogues than Bill Monroe. Read on to see how good Humming House is with this amalgam of genres.
Ashton Shepherd burst onto the scene in 2008 with her album Sounds So Good. While not scoring any Top 10 hits, she still gained much acclaim with the album. Read on to see if we think the new album is as appealing or not.
Gary Nicholson has had songs recorded by virtually every big name in modern country music. For Texas Songbook, the singer/songwriter returns to his Texas roots. Read on to find out what we think about this brand new album.
Part of the legendary Country music family, Holly Williams could've ran from making music but instead chose to chart her own path in the world with music that's truly her own. Should Country music fans go and get this record?