Country rock from Vandoliers. Willie Nelson’s God’s Problem Child. Blues from Selwyn Birchwood. Soul from Don Bryant. Twang from Rachel Baiman & more.
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It’s difficult to write a song about your Dad without it sounding sappy, but Branan does it with style.
I have a buddy in Austin that keeps plugged into the music scene there and he did us all a favor by putting Emily Wolfe on our radar screen. Thanks Phil! This is straight up rock & roll for your high speed drives. Preview “Atta Blues” by Emily Wolfe.
A good song transcends genre. Shinyribs covers George Michael’s “Freedom 90” and makes it his own. This speaks well both to the George Michael’s skill as a songwriter and Shinyribs interpretation.
“The Hanging Road” is a good folksy ballad from Joseph Huber. The sound is surprisingly upbeat despite the title.
Adding Willie Nelson, Rachel Baiman, Chuck Prophet, Hillfolk Noir, Selwyn Birchwood, Vandoliers, and Justin Townes Earle.
“Powerhouse rough-hewn style North Hill Country Blues” on Prayer For Peace by the North Mississippi Allstars.
“Wishful Drinking” from Jason Eady’s AM Country Heaven is the best kind of cry-in-your-beer song.
“Good Ole Days” is the foot tapper from Malcolm Holcombe’s Pretty Little Troubles.
This is a bootleg recording from the recent Merle Haggard tribute concert. As far as I know, there hasn’t been an official release of this video, so this is the best we can get for now.
Title track from Way Out West by Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives, gettin kinda surf guitar-y and psychedelic, just like you like it.