Album Review: Ty Stone - American Style

After a friend gave Kid Rock a copy of a rough demo, Ty Stone was offered the chance to come and live with Kid Rock as he cultivated the songs that now make up this debut album for Top Dog/Atlantic. Read our review here!

Brantley Gilbert - Halfway To Heaven (Deluxe Edition)

Brantley Gilbert has re-issued his 2010 release with a couple of added tracks, including a re-produced take on "Country Must Be Country Wide," now a Top 20 hit. Read what we thought of the original album and the new tracks added.

Artist Spotlight: Marc Broussard - An Exclusive Interview

In this exclusive interview, we talk with roots/southern soul artist Marc Broussard about his just-released self-titled album. We also talk abou the new world order of genre-defying artists and fans and more. Read on to see the whole conversation, a Roughstock exclusive!

Whiskey Myers - Firewater

Whiskey Myers is yet but another strong band to make their way through the vast Texas bar circuit with a sound that mixes country, rock and blues into an interesting blend. See what we have to say about this, their latest album.

Whiskey Myers - Ballad Of A Southern Man

Whiskey Myers has garnered a lot of attention in the southwest with their dualing lead guitars and southern blues and country rock hybrid tunes. Take a listen to this tune, a track from the new CD "Firewater."

Flynnville Train - Redemption

After scoring a couple minor hits as part of Toby Keith's stable of artists on Show Dog Records, Flynnville Train returns with this album, the first release for the Next Evolution label.  Does the be band continue to rock out in the CD?

Gary Allan - "Get Off On The Pain"

Gary Allan is one of the rare major label artists who is able to successfully straddle the line between art and commerce with a successful string of hits that always hit home with fans and critics alike.  Is his latest single, the title tune to his current CD, a success?

Randy Montana - "Ain't Much Left of Lovin' You"

Some songs have instant and universal likability while other songs are instantly and universally despised by people.  Somewhere in between these two things are the majority of other songs.  Where does this song, the debut single from Randy Montana fall?