Originally from Stillwater, OK the same town that has given the world Garth Brooks and many Red Dirt/Texas Music artists, No Justice has steadily earned a regional audience. Will they break nationally with this, their latest release?
Here's a roundup of the new album releases from August and September 2009. Among new releases this months were the latest albums from Brooks & Dunn, Miranda Lambert, Terri Clark and Chris Young and the debut releases from Seth James and Nathan Lee Jackson.
With a style that combines the 'grit' of the Outlaw era with modern lyrics, Eric Church has managed to score with audiences without much radio success. Will this album change his fortunes or is it more of the same?
While known as a songwriter's town, Nashville rarely gives these songwriters an outlet to showcase their tunes on a larger scale. Adroit Records decided to fill the need and has compiled ten of the industry's best songwriters for this showcase.
It's been four years since Jason Aldean first appeared on the Country scene and in those four years, he's sold nearly two million albums and scored 6 radio hits. Will "Wide Open" continue his forward momentum or has he already peaked?
Dale Watson has rebelled against what is played on Country radio by doing what he does best, that is he writes, sings and plays country music the way Merle and Buck did it. Will tradtional Country fans enjoy this record?
For most people, Bluegrass can be only two things: good or bad. There is no in between. Audie Blaylock and Redline make GREAT Bluegrass music. The instrumentals sparkle, the vocals are on point and the produc
The third week of November 2008 brings country music three high profile releases in Blake Shelton's fifth release, "Startin' Fires" and the debut albums from Randy Houser ("Anything Goes") and Zac Brown Band ("The Foundation). Crossin' Dixon releases their debut as well.