By Mark Hagen, July 26, 2021
Chief took you away from the world for three, four, five minutes and then dropped you back where you began - only now somehow changed, in touch with a feeling that you didn’t know you already had, in exactly the way that The Boss' own records do.
By Paul Sexton, July 19, 2021
While far greater stardom and albums with bigger hits were to come, The Silver Tongued Devil and I was widely received as even better than Kristofferson's greatest hits of a debut.
By Paul Sexton, July 13, 2021
We take a look back at the iconic album that shot a 13-year-old LeAnn Rimes to global fame.
By Hal Horowitz, June 30, 2021
We reflect on this iconic album for its 50th anniversary, taking a look back at the story of the band's live recording at New York City's iconic Fillmore East.
By Jessica Nicholson, June 7, 2021
Travis’ debut would prove to have an indelible influence on those who quickly followed him and contemporary artists who fly their own flag today.
By Helen M Jerome, May 10, 2021
When a 48-year-old Harris stepped through the doors of producer Daniel Lanois’ New Orleans home to make her 18th studio album, little did we know that she’d emerge with this haunting masterpiece.
By Jof Owen, December 18, 2020
Honky Tonk Heroes ended up being the first real outlaw-country record, and to many it remains Waylon Jennings' finest moment.
By Kelly Sutton, July 30, 2021
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