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Corb Lund and Hayes Carll Join Forces for "Cover of the Rolling Stone" (premiere)

Ahead of his Cover Your Tracks EP, Americana's Corb Lund teams up with Hayes Carll for a rousing rendition of Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show's "Cover of the Rolling Stone".

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Supersuckers: Holdin' the Bag

Supersuckers' impenetrable wall of defiance and desperation remains as rock solid as ever.

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Old Crow Medicine Show Will Save Country Music from Itself

The veritable Top 40 Country outsiders, Old Crow Medicine Show, are the newest members of the Grand Ole Opry. But does that really matter?

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Hard Working Americans: Hard Working Americans

Todd Snider and some rootsy jam band friends cover country and roots-rock songs. The fact that it's a hit and miss collection is almost completely due to Snider's limited vocal range.

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Hayes Carll: 18 July 2012 - Cincinatti, OH

Hayes Carll has had little to no reception from mainstream Nashville culture, yet he has become the most exciting thing to happen to the country music industry since Garth Brooks.

Raymond Lee
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The Best Americana of 2011

If you ask a critic or music fan to define Americana, be prepared for an avalanche of diverse responses of opinion. Still, there remain some constant benchmarks, such as pedal steel, fiddle, acoustic guitars -- and good songwriting.

Steve Leftridge and Jeff Strowe
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Hayes Carll: KMAG YOYO & other American Stories

Carll has a Texas sense of humor, by which I mean he often writes BIG songs to emphasize the outrageousness of human situations. When he sings of love, he means lust, between a man and a woman so mismatched that only sex and booze can make the relationship work.

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April Verch: Steal the Blue

A warm foray into country music's best side: despair and doubt with a smile.

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Hayes Carll: Trouble in Mind

Carll’s voice sounds like he’s halfway laughing and halfway crying, but he’s always a sucker for a good joke. He knows there’s more depth in humor than pathos -- and it’s a lot more fun.

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