The last remaining piece of un-released material from the original members of The Marshall Tucker Band, Soul of the South is an interesting look into what might have been had Doug Gray went for the pop/soul solo stuff featured here.
Carrie Underwood continues to find herself singing about a man who done her wrong on her latest single "Undo It" It works fine as a pop song but does this song really even belong on a country music chart just because of who is singing it?
Country music has increasingly found itself the place true pop/rock artists find themselves with pop music being taken over by r&b and hip-hop. Should there any place on the radio waves for somebody like Jessie James?
This was bound to happen. From the moment Taylor Swift hit the ground running with "Tim McGraw," there was most certainly gonna be somebody releasing a song somewhere in the future with the title "Taylor Swift." Does the single really stand a chance at success?
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.