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Concert Review: The Wild Feathers

The Wild Feathers kicked off their 2019 Neon Frontier tour on the Texas Lottery Plaza at Toyota Music Factory in Irving, Texas on Thursday, April 11. With singer/songwriter Lauren Jenkins as their opener, the group showed their inaugural audience a great time. Lauren Jenkins, a promising up and comer in the country music industry, gave…

Throwback Review: Loretta Lynn Sings

Artist: Loretta Lynn Album: Loretta Lynn Sings Year: 1963 Label: Decca In honor of Loretta Lynn’s upcoming birthday party at Bridgestone Arena on April 1, I’m taking a step back in time to the Queen of Country Music’s very first album. With two charting singles, Loretta Lynn Sings was released on December 9, 1963. In the…

Album Review: Trisha Yearwood – Let’s Be Frank

Artist: Trisha Yearwood Album: Let’s Be Frank Label: Gwendolyn Records, LLC Genre: Big Band, Jazz Trisha Yearwood’s new album, Let’s Be Frank, technically is not country… but she’s Trisha Yearwood and she can do whatever she wants and we’re going to listen. I picked up this CD as a gift from my sweet mama for…

Album Review: Red Marlow – Country As Cornbread

Artist: Red Marlow Album: Country as Cornbread Year: 2018 Label: RM LLC Genre: Neo-Traditional Country Some of you may know Red Marlow from Season 13 of NBC’s The Voice. He walked onto that audition stage with a very clear idea of who’s team he wanted to be on when he walked back off–Blake Shelton’s. However,…

Album Review: Bonnie Montgomery – Forever

Artist: Bonnie Montgomery Album: Forever Year: 2018 Label: Independent Genre: Honky Tonk, Classic Country This week’s album, Forever, is actually an unlikely review candidate. One I’ve had on the list for a very long time, but found myself skipping over week after week. To get to the root of why, I took it upon myself…

Album Review: Ronnie Milsap – The Duets

Artist: Ronnie Milsap Album: The Duets Year: 2019 Label: G-Force Music/ Riser House Records Genre: Country, Contemporary Country, Country-Pop, Urban Cowboy, Southern Rock, Southern Blues This week’s review was slightly challenging for me. I’ve loved Ronnie Milsap for a long time and was incredibly excited that he’d released a duets album earlier this month, however,…

Album Review: Cody Johnson – Ain’t Nothin’ To It

Artist: Cody Johnson Album: Ain’t Nothin’ To It Year: 2019 Label: CoJo Music/Warner Music Nashville Genre: Texas Country Aaaaand, we’re back! Cody Johnson’s full-length album dropped last Friday and we haven’t stopped listening to it yet. While the five-song EP was fantastic, the fifteen-track album totally surpasses it. Records like Ain’t Nothin’ To It make…

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