Warren Storm- Taking the World by Storm review

Warren Storm Taking the World by Storm APO Records The sticker reads, “A regional roots journey with ‘The Godfather of Swamp Pop.’” Being more than a little-bit-a-fan of Louisiana sounds of the Bobby Charles variety, I’m an easy in. Starting strong with a duet with John Fogerty on “Long As I Can See the Light”… Continue reading Warren Storm- Taking the World by Storm review

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Josh Hyde- Into the Soul review

Josh HydeInto the Soul http://www.JoshHyde.com I love all kinds of music—acoustic, electric, bluegrass, roots, country, and blues, rock and soul, big tent and niche, old and new, bubblegum, dance, and prog, mainstream, never-streamed, and long-deleted. I love music. What I most enjoy being a person who gets to write about music, having no personal rhythm… Continue reading Josh Hyde- Into the Soul review

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Three country albums I recommend

The dearth of quality country music has been examined sixteen ways from Sunday over too many years. Yes, there is good stuff to be found and sometimes even on the charts—Chris Stapleton, Margo Price, Elizabeth Cook, to name three—but so much of what passes for country today…okay, you stopped me: thanks—you’ve heard this one before.… Continue reading Three country albums I recommend

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Josh Hyde- The Call of the Night review

Josh Hyde The Call of the Night http://www.JoshHyde.com I don’t know Josh Hyde, but within two minutes of listening to his “Mississippi Bridge,” I knew I had to know more. Written out of the experience of moving between the homes of his divorced parents every second weekend, Hyde has crafted a stark and relatable travelogue… Continue reading Josh Hyde- The Call of the Night review

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