On Steve Earle’s new release, So You Wannabe An Outlaw, the stylized view of being an outlaw is given a much-needed return to reality. In the current country music genre,….
Beautiful—a fitting descriptor for Curtis McMurtry’s sophomore release, The Hornet’s Nest—beautiful, yes, but accessible? That’s a different matter that requires its own, deeper investigation. The Hornet’s Nest bears a humble….
Jay Farrar, through his various bands and exemplary projects, has become a purveyor of the great American songbook, like many great musical legends before him. As he brings his own unique….
In a year of phenomenal releases from folks like Sturgill Simpson, Austin Lucas, and Caleb Caudle, just to name a few, it seems just plain lazy to utter an attack….
I’ve always had an affinity for Nickel Creek; when Chris Thile headed out on his own, his was the path I followed. Sara Watkins was an impressive fiddle player, but….