’10 For Slim: Charley Crockett Sings James Hand’ reveals the deep connection the two men had at the most fundamental level—the place where the heart lives.
Teddy Thompson's Heartbreaker Please raises one's spirits by accepting the end as a new beginning. He's re-joining the world and out looking for love.
Shelby Lynne carves out just one aspect of its creator's versatility. At times, it can feel a little thin, but Lynne's personality and vocal skills carry it through.
Forty years into his career, Robert Cray has been steadily building one of the most consistent catalogs of pure soul and smooth blues with the help of his stinging Stratocaster and a voice that somehow gets even better with age.
Americana husband/wife duo, the Rails gather together their collective influences and skills on the bright, enjoyable new album, Cancel the Sun.
John Smith's Hummingbird is poised to introduce an artist John Renbourn once called "the future of folk music" to a worldwide audience.
The Wood Brothers found their musical potential together after years of separation, joining their subtly distinct experiences and passions to make the kind of fusion they dreamed of.