Jamgrass veterans dial-back their taste for adventure as they channel their classic influences.
While it’s reassuring to have him back, after seven years he could have crafted better material than what often dominates Now.
Chapel Hart’s success is well deserved and their infectious enjoyment of it makes it all the sweeter.
Stuart’s sound returns to its roots while still expanding country music’s vistas into diverse and creatively challenging areas.
I Only See The Moon might not aim sky-high, but its pensive pastiche is inviting all the same.
Loaded with ammo for radio, this might end up being one of the premier Country releases of the year.