On his latest CD, The Soul & the Heal, Austin-based singer-songwriter Gurf Morlix celebrates humanity in all its flawed glory.
The Whiskey Gentry have just released “Dead Ringer,” their first album since 2013 and it marks a vibrant step forward for this Atlanta-based band.
“Love My By Name,” an adventurous album with a sci-fi cover, reunited Lesley Gore with producer Quincy Jones, who recorded all of her early “It’s My Party”-era hits.
“Brand New Day,” first Mavericks @MavericksMusic studio CD on own label, stands with their best, particularly title track. https://t.co/Sqfz4GhNOe — Americana Music News (@KenPaulson7) February 27, 2017 “Close Ties” from @RodneyJCrowell due March 31. Fine album, esp. nod to @GuyClarkKCA and “Nashville 1972”. https://t.co/M8S3TYQBaQ — Americana Music News (@KenPaulson7) February 27, 2017 New @drewholcomb “Souvenir” due March 24. Our favorite…
By Paul T. Mueller On his latest collection, Magnolia City, Houston-based singer-songwriter John Egan goes back to the basics – a stomp board, a couple of National steel guitars, and a voice well suited to a 10-song mix of classic blues and folk songs and well-crafted originals. Although Egan seems comfortable fronting a band, he’s more often to be found…
With his new album Silver Tears, Aaron Lee Tasjan nails an impressive achievement – channeling a roster of worthy influences while remaining true to his own voice and vision.
Kacey Musgraves has a new holiday album, aptly titled A Very Kacey Christmas. She talked about the unconventional collection of Yuletide tunes in an interview on WMOT Roots Radio at the Family Wash in East Nashville yesterday.
Americana Music News – Aaron Lee Tasjan dropped by the Family Wash in Nashville today to sing a few songs on a WMOT Roots Radio broadcast in support of his new album “Silver Tears.” Here he talks about the new recording and an unusual promotional tour.
“In the Dark” marks a couple of changes of direction for Houston-based singer-songwriter Matt Harlan. He’s now part of a duo with his musical partner and wife Rachel Jones.
Craig Kinsey is an expressive singer who accompanies himself on a nylon-strung guitar (hence the title) and harmonica, plus one other player. The result is a worthy showcase for the thoughtful lyrics of the 11 originals and two covers – as well as for the skills of the supporting musicians.