Amanda Anne Platt & the Honeycutters- review

Amanda Anne Platt & the Honeycutters Amanda Anne Platt & the Honeycutters Organic Records By Donald Teplyske Having recorded four impressive albums as The Honeycutters, including the masterpiece that was 2016’s On The Ropes, Asheville, NC’s outstanding roots outfit has re-branded themselves as Amanda Anne Platt & the Honeycutters. Featuring the consistent Honeycutters line-up of… Continue reading Amanda Anne Platt & the Honeycutters- review

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Fervor Coulee’s Favourite Roots Albums of 2016

At the end of each year, writers and broadcasters get to indulge themselves and—one hopes—their readers and listeners with their judgements on the year past. I’ve spent substantial time reviewing the roots/Americana/whatever you want to call them, if they are on the No Depression list I might have considered them, and even if they aren’t… Continue reading Fervor Coulee’s Favourite Roots Albums of 2016

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Grascals, Honeycutters, Travers Chandler, & Sister Sadie- lost/found

Starting the ‘year-end’ process, and in doing so I found a couple reviews posted elsewhere that I didn’t link through here at Fervor Coulee. Very early this year, The Grascals released their eighth album ..and then there’s this. Country Standard Time published my review. It was a great way to start off what turned out… Continue reading Grascals, Honeycutters, Travers Chandler, & Sister Sadie- lost/found

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The Honeycutters- Me Oh My review

The Honeycutters Me Oh My Organic Records Bands work hard to capture their music within a memorable tagline, and mostly these are ignored by all but the most desperate of writers. Seldom does the message resonate past the top of a webpage. The exception appears to be that of The Honeycutters because “Appalachian Honky Tonk”… Continue reading The Honeycutters- Me Oh My review

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