To paraphrase Beyonce: Sorry, we ain’t sorry.
Rocker Aaron Lewis effectively schools current mainstream country radio on country music. By declaring that what’s being accepted as country music isn’t actually country, he demonstrates what country music is.
Country radio needs to be “Fix”ed.
You say, “tomato,” we say… actually, we’ll let Margo Price fill in the rest.
“When it hurts this good, you’ve got to play it twice.”
If you need us, we’ll be where our reputations don’t precede us.
One of the rare concept albums that lives up to its conceit while each song still able to stand on its own, Big Day in a Small Town demonstrates as well that Brandy Clark’s debut album wasn’t a fluke. She really is this good.
Texas singer/songwriter puts a health scare behind him with a stellar new album.
“Record Year” is cleverly written, intertwining turns of phrase with musical references that will satisfy everyone from the casual country fan (Red Headed Stranger) to the scholarly one (New Grass Revival.)
Perhaps this is a song best heard in its proper context.