Texas’ Sunny Sweeney moves to Nashville and goes into mainstream country, as Married Alone reveals her proud independence and the price she pays for it.
Before Miley Cyrus performed the twerk heard ’round the world and then climbed up on that “Wrecking Ball” she showed the world who she really was with ‘The Backyard Sessions’.
Country music’s Kelsey Waldon may be from the sticks, but she shows how rural life is far more sophisticated than it seems in No Regular Dog.
T Bone Burnett, keyboardist Keefus Ciancia, and drummer Jay Bellerose create a dystopian vision of the future as the present on The Invisible Light: Spells.
Oh Me, Oh My reveals that Americana artist Forrest McCurren has a talent for writing catchy yet subtle songs about the human condition through the eyes of various narrators.
Gretchen Peters’ songs offer complex lessons in simple language that can catch one unaware. The Show: Live From the UK reveals the depth and breadth of her talents.
Americana’s Jim Lauderdale goes back to the 1960s with Game Changer, which he purposely created in the style of those twangy albums from the past.
James and the Shame’s Rhett McLaughlin discusses “Where We’re Going” and where he’s been with his wife, Jessie, as they team up on this warmhearted Americana duet.
The two CD The Girl From Chickasaw County: Highlights From the Capitol Masters has come out and should satisfy all but the most rabid Bobbie Gentry fans.
The ten songs of Michael Shaw’s He Rode On offer details about the desolate West where “the coyotes sing in lonesome harmony” and reveal its magnetic pull.