The “interviews and encounters” in Prine on Prine reveal John Prine’s care for others, and his self-deprecation and nonchalance about his accomplished career.
Tommy Prine’s This Far South shines with intelligent songwriting, and successfully incorporates a wide range of Americana-type styles rooted in folk to punk.
John Prine’s Fair & Square has a little bit of everything: blues, politics, humor, sadness, introspection, soupy background vocals, and some rocked-up Carter family.
Able to write and sing the blues, gospel, folk, rock and alt-country with the same amount of true grit and passion, Lucinda Williams comes out swinging while discussing her explosive new album during these troubled times.
Willie Nile moves forward with a message of unity and love in the wake of COVID-19 and remembers friends, John Prine and Hal Willner.
On John Prine’s first album of the ’90s, the legendary singer-songwriter invited a few Heartbreakers, some ace session players, an Everly, Bonnie Raitt, and the Boss to help make the best album since his classic debut.