Recent roots reviews

I’I haven’t posted here at Fervor Coulee for a month, which is bad. I have been writing, which may also be bad depending on your opinion. Thought I would catch up by posting some of the links I’ve neglected. Lee Ann Womack is a singer I didn’t have any familiarity with prior to reviewing her… Continue reading Recent roots reviews

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Fervor Coulee’s Favourite Roots Music Albums of 2013

These types of lists are fairly self-indulgent, but most things we do seem to be. What the heck, then? I am fairly confident in my choices this year- I created lists as the months passed, and have considered well in excess of a hundred albums for placement.  Here then are my favourite roots music albums… Continue reading Fervor Coulee’s Favourite Roots Music Albums of 2013

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Chris Jones & the Night Drivers- Lonely Comes Easy review

Chris Jones & the Night Drivers Lonely Comes Easy Rebel Records http://chrisjonesgrass.com/ Chris Jones may well be the low-nsomest singer currently experiencing success in the always competitive bluegrass market, and any accolades coming his way are well deserved. That he and the Night Drivers have coalesced into a premier live act and a formidable recording… Continue reading Chris Jones & the Night Drivers- Lonely Comes Easy review

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New Music from Chris Jones & the Nightdrivers

Tonight, I write a little about the upcoming digital 45 from Chris Jones & the Nightdrivers over at Fervor Coulee Bluegrass: http://www.countrystandardtime.com/blog/FervorCouleeBluegrass/entry.asp?xid=920 Jones is an honourary Albertan, an IBMA award winning writer and broadcaster, and one heck of a bluegrass vocalist. The photo is of Jones and guests Sierra Hull and Claire Lynch working up one of… Continue reading New Music from Chris Jones & the Nightdrivers

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Chris Jones & the Night Drivers- Lost Souls & Free Spirits review

Chris Jones & the Night Drivers Lost Souls & Free Spirits: The Rebel Collection Old & New Rebel Records Beyond setting a new standard for the use of the ampersand, this set from Chris Jones and Co., is both a fabulous little introduction to one of bluegrass music’s most familiar personalities and a neat summation… Continue reading Chris Jones & the Night Drivers- Lost Souls & Free Spirits review

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