While mainstream country radio has been dominated by pop-leaning acts as of late, it does seem that the tide is switching back toward the traditionalist side of the ledger, which is Lathan Moore's comfort zone. Is this record a hit?
With his last pair of singles not finding the audience that the singles from his debut album did, Bucky Covington needed something that would get him back on the charts and in the hearts of fans. Did he find the right song to get himself back up the charts?
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?
Texas has given birth to some great country music over the years and on this one album, Ranchin' man Todd Fritsch seems to cover all the bases. "Sawdust" is the kind of album many artists would love to make but does that make it good?
Warning: Tradtional country music ahead. With Todd Fritsch having secured a successful regional career, he continues to turn out solid traditional songs (with steel guitar solos no less) that should please many people but will radio give this fine
A masterful songwriter, Darrell Scott isn't above recording other writers' works and that's just what he does on this record. It is composed of songs that helped define who he is as a writer/artist and it has a classic mood and sound.