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Album Review: Joshua Hedley – Mr. Jukebox

Artist: Joshua Hedley Album: Mr. Jukebox Year: 2018 Label: Third Man Records Genre: Classic Country, Traditional Country Well, we’ve come to the very last review of the year, folks! I’d tell you I have another good one for you, but who am I kidding? I’d never give y’all an album I wouldn’t listen to personally,…

Album Review: JP Harris – Sometimes Dogs Bark at Nothing

Artist: JP Harris Album: Sometimes Dogs Bark at Nothing Year: 2018 Label: Free Dirt Records Genre: Outlaw, Alt-Country, Country This week I bring to you an album that was introduced to me by a new friend—thanks, Devon! Montgomery born, Nashville based JP Harris is certainly more than meets the eye. This man has lived every…

Album Review: Cody Jinks – Lifers

Artist: Cody Jinks Album: Lifers Year: 2018 Label: Rounder Records Genre: Country, Outlaw Country, Alternate Country Looks like I might be a little behind the masses when it comes to Cody Jinks’ newest record. I’ve seen plenty of reviews on it, but I’ve never been one to follow the status quo. So, here’s my review,…

Album Review: Cliff Westfall – Baby You Win

Artist: Cliff Westfall Album: Baby You Win Year: 2018 Label: Independent Genre: 50s/60s Rock and Roll, Bakersfield Sound, Americana This week’s review is for Kentucky native and now New York-based, Cliff Westfall’s most recent album Baby You Win. Baby You Win is a cheeky album all about relationships—heartache, falling in and out of love, Mr….

Concert Review: The Danny Hooper Show

Rain or shine, I’d travel to the ends of the earth for a good country performance, so a blustery night with freezing rain and snow didn’t stop me from making it to The Danny Hooper Show on November 15th at my favourite venue, The Horizon Stage. Hooper packed the house, making it a solid three for three…

Album Review: Belle Plaine – Malice, Mercy, Grief & Wrath

Artist: Belle Plaine Album: Malice, Mercy, Grief & Wrath Year: 2018 Label: Independent Genre: Canadian Country, Americana, Swing-Jazz, Folk Belle Plaine is a singer/songwriter raised in the  Canadian prairies near Fosston, Saskatchewan, Canada. If you thought you grew up in a small town, Fosston has a staggering population of just 45 people. Produced by Jason…

Concert Review: One Night With Conway Featuring Gil Grand

Well, Happy Second Thanksgiving everybody! Yes, being Canadian means that, for me, Thanksgiving was a month ago, but I’ll be in The United States for the Thanksgiving weekend and I wanted to take part in the festivities for a second time! Both Jasmine Rochelle and I have chosen one of the many concerts we’ve attended…

Album Review: Mo Pitney – Behind This Guitar

Artist: Mo Pitney Album: Behind This Guitar Year: 2016 Label: Curb Records Genre: Neo-Traditional Country Would you ever hitch a ride to Music City Just to see an Opry show? Would you drive across the country, Just to listen to some country? As a graduate fresh outta high school, I didn’t know much, but I…

Album Review: Tony Jackson – Self-Titled Debut

Tony Jackson

Artist: Tony Jackson Album: Tony Jackson Year: 2017 Label: DDS Entertainment/Sony-Red Genre: Traditional Country/Classic Country Old Country has found a new voice in Tony Jackson. His debut album feels anything but with the names this Virginia Navy boy has on the roster. Recorded mostly at RCA Studios in Nashville, Tony Jackson features appearances by Country…

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