Issue 92 – out now!

Greetings! Welcome to the Summer edition and much to anticipate looking to the coming months. Lots of women doing great things in this issue – Felicity, Harmony, Sara, Maren Morris, Rosanne Cash, and Patty Griffin with new records and what about Kacey Musgraves winning four out of four GRAMMY’S and overall album! Amazing to compare […]

Felicity Urquhart

For homegrown country luminary Felicity Urquhart, the past 10 years have held all manner of changes: marriage, motherhood, and the increasing demands of a busy schedule as a radio and television presenter and performer. But with Frozen Rabbit – the singer-songwriter’s first solo album since landmark sixth studio outing Landing Lights touched down in 2009 […]

Keith Urban

The country superstar flew into Tamworth by private jet for an intimate performance on the Tuesday of the city’s annual country music festival. Urban took time to share stories of Tamworth with his fans and showed on screen old photos of himself as a young boy playing in the very same venue. “Tamworth and I […]

Patty Griffin

Patty Griffin represents an extraordinary new chapter for this incomparable singer-songwriter and immediately stands among the most deeply personal recordings of her remarkable two-decade career. The album – which follows 2015’s Servant of Love – collects songs written during and in the aftermath of profound personal crisis, several years in which she battled, and ultimately […]

Rosanne Cash

Rosanne Cash was an important, elevating presence in the country music landscape of the 1980s, who increasingly celebrated her urbane and literary inclinations and became recognized as a pillar of the Americana singer-songwriter community. She has only become more essentially significant with the passage of time and has devoted her three previous albums to exploring […]


One of the most influential bands of their generation continue to inspire with 9th album showcasing the depth of band founder Jay Farrar’s intelligent songwriting as he stretches out on the thirteen songs by confronting our current political climate with keen observations and pointed commentary.  Farrar channels folk music’s enduring legacy of the troubadour here […]