Successful debut albums like Brett Young’s eponymous one, released back in February 2017, don’t come along very often in Country music, a genre in which you usually have to prove your worth over a number of years and albums before industry doors open wide
It’s been a rough couple of years for Tucker Beathard but, as it says in the official biography that comes with the release of this album, which is part 1 of a double, like anything subjected to pressure – you either become a diamond or dust.
Let’s have a listen to Kane Brown’s latest album…
Kip always comes through on a promise… Die-hard fans asked for an acoustic album and behold; Room To Spare: The Acoustic Sessions.
Better known as one of the two Indigo Girls, Amy Ray also has a thriving solo career. In her recently released ninth solo album Holler, she reveals a fascinating insight into her own roots, both personal and political, backed by a group of superb musicians
A joint review from James Daykin (@rockjames) and Dan Wharton (@LifeInASong_Dan)…
Carly Pearce, the effervescent rising star of the Big Machine Label Group, has a new song out, Closer to You, with a new album expected in 2019, as well as her inaugural C2C appearance next March. See, I told you she was moving on up.
Well, haven’t we all waited 5 looonng years for this record?! The Pistol Annies are BACK! I am so sickeningly gleeful at this… at the moment it’s probably the most talked-about record in country music, and so it should be! The only words I can use to describe
If the old adage that Nashville is a ‘ten-year town’ is correct then Jimmie Allen is the living embodiment of the phrase. He moved to Nashville back in 2007 from his native Delaware, only to be told he was too ‘pop’ for Country and too ‘Country’ for pop
We found this track a couple of weeks ago when it was highlighted by Rolling Stone, and we’ve been hooked ever since. It’s been a long time since I’ve personally connected with a set of lyrics quite like I did with these; it was one of those overwhelming