Alisa Amador’s Narratives does what an EP is meant to do. It gives a taste of Amador’s sweet vocals and melodies, leaving the listener wanting more.
Americana singer-songwriter, Tim Easton’s You Don’t Really Know Me is a pensive and reflective album, but it’s also peaceful and positive.
With regular use of pedal steel, Karen Jonas’ songs are perfect for honky-tonks where it’s not unusual for people who have just met to become dance partners.
Lukas Nelson’s A Few Stars Apart is further evidence that he’s a musical chameleon. One sound moves fluidly to another so you don’t know what’s coming next.
Blackberry Smoke’s You Hear Georgia shows the band improving with age. After 20 years, they still make songs that make you want to boogie your troubles away.