Country music album reviews from Holler.
A beautiful tribute to a truly unique songwriter
Cobb's finest and most refined album yet.
The festival took place last weekend (September 9-10) in the birthplace of Country Music - Bristol, Tennessee.
Shoulders' poetic yarn can at times leave these harsh truths tangled, but it's the exasperated sigh he exhales throughout that weighs heavy and loudest of all.
Logan Ledger indulges in wistful, California-dreaming countrypolitan
McBryde opens the album by explaining that you have to be ‘Made For This’. In just under 40 minutes, she yet again proves that she is.
As a snapshot of an artist at a critical stage in their career, Live from the Ryman fittingly captures Crockett reaching the mountaintop and savoring the view.
Charles Wesley Godwin melds with the expertise of an artist who is unwavering in his approach.
Stephen Wilson Jr. has created a sound that is both on trend and entirely unique.
Childers continues to capture the complexities of rural life as he’s always done, carefully molding each narrative with his calloused hands and knowing heart.
The kind of record that only comes around once in every generation.
This self-titled record is his best yet – an emotionally gruelling project that confronts the darkest parts of life.
Earned It is the epitome of a damn good, straight-up country album. From the honky-tonk dancefloor fillers, to the singalong anthems, to the introspective ballads, Larry Fleet has got it all covered.
A Cat in the Rain encourages listeners to absorb Felker’s erudite, truthful yet unpretentious writing as they roll along with melodies that entice you back for another spin.
If you’re in love and you like it served up straight, you’ll enjoy Young's latest album.
On this potentially one-off record, Walker’s enthusiasm is contagious, creating all the fun he intended to.
There is plenty to love here; Mitchell is clearly having a blast, and the significance of the occasion overcomes some, but not all, of the weaker moments.
Osborne and company acknowledge the chaos all around us while providing us with a means of navigating it – reminding us that we’re not alone.