RODNEY CROWELL ACOUSTIC CLASSICS

Crowell, a creative powerhouse with no off switch, acclaimed songwriter, musician, author and poet is adding yet another title to his already esteemed pedigree; label head.  As prolific today, as he was in his twenties, Crowell has released 6 albums in the last ten years.  Next on deck is a re-distilled, acoustic presentation of 12 […]

BRENT COBB PROVIDENCE CANYON

Small town southern guys sure do have a soft spot for their regional homes. On his previous 2016 album, the former Ellaville, Georgia resident sung of a simpler life ‘South of Atlanta.’ On this follow-up to that Grammy-nominated set (produced by famous cousin Dave Cobb), he still longs for the good old days. ‘Come Home […]

THE SHIRES ACCIDENTALLY ON PURPOSE

Sweeping all before them in sales to date in their homeland and turning UK country music on its head, former CMC Rocks Qld act, and effervescent duo The Shires (Crissie Rhodes and Ben Earle), standout with this third album. Produced by Lindsay Rimes, again in Nashville, The Shires further raise the bar on their fresh-as-toothpaste […]

DAN PARSONS SUNDAY MORNING CINEMA

Where Valleywood (2015) saw Dan Parsons settling into an assured cruising altitude, Sunday Morning Cinema finds him charting a rarefied new airspace all his own. The title track wraps up stirring autumnal pathos and the sweet glow of nostalgia in so much mid-century expression, while Parsons musters abundant JJ Cale cool with lowslung Laurel Canyon […]

LORI McKENNA THE TREE

“Someone said youth is wasted on the young,” McKenna sings on ‘People Get Old,’ a playful ode to making the most of those reckless adolescent wonder years. ‘Young and Angry Again’ derives its emotional punch from the evocative detail of the lyrics. Sitting on rooftops, smoking cigarettes, throwing caution to the wind – days the […]