The Wild Feathers’ new single “Another Sunny Day” has a breezy shuffling tempo, beautiful harmony singing, gentle guitars, and wears a great big smile.
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.
Fans of Tony Joe White will delight at hearing him deliver one more set of songs in his characteristic drawl on Smoke From the Chimney.
On Together and Alone, Bad Keys of the Mountain pack plenty of hooks and a wide range of influences into their country/rock sound.
Topaz’s expansive production gets the listener lost in the sound while Israel Nash takes one on a conceptual trip inside his mind. It’s a journey worth taking.
Lead singer Rachael Price and bassist Bridget Kearney reflect on their deeply personal and emotional journey for “Nobody’s Stopping You Now” while helping Lake Street Dive continue to thrive with ‘Obviously’.
Starting Over doesn't do so much of what its title suggests as it builds on Chris Stapleton's solid foundation across rootsy music for another decisive step forward.
Wildflowers is a masterpiece because Tom Petty was a good enough songwriter by that point to communicate exactly what was on his mind in the most devastating way possible.
Whereas My Morning Jacket's The Waterfall contemplated conflict, The Waterfall II identifies healing and personal transformation as the next stage of being.