Country music album reviews from Holler.
This is country music. Just as heartwarming and wholesome as grandma used to make.
Right Up ‘Til Now is a swaggering, spell-binding debut.
Red Eye Radio is a promising debut, one that stands Browning in great stead for whichever path he chooses to head down next.
In the current climate of super-sized albums, this nine-song major label debut from Boy Named Banjo feels like a breath of fresh air.
Howdies All Around mixes honky tonk, outlaw country and 50s rock n’ roll, pouring it all into a big ol’ tasty cocktail of fun-loving, thoughtful tunes.
Roberta Lea’s life affirming celebrations of womanhood and female autonomy are served up with a seriousness and hard-fought joyfulness that comes from fighting for space in a world that wants to do everything in its power to deny it to you.