Country/rock mashup series ATLive brings Roi J. Tamkin to Atlanta’s Mercedez Benz Stadium for a night of standing ovations starring The Piano Man, Billy Joel.
Neon Blue (New West Records). Review by Jeremy Glazier.
Found Yourself a Lady (Self-Release). Review by Christopher Long.
The Loneliness in Me (Mal Records). Review by Christopher Long.
Ignored upon release, Marty Stuart’s The Pilgrim is now regarded as a classic of the genre. Read how it came to be in this lavish look.
The Bakersfield Sound (Bear Family Productions). Review by James Mann.
An Article From Life: The Complete Recordings (Bear Family Productions). Review by James Mann.
Picture of You (Let It Roll Records). Review by James Mann.
Lower Alabama: The Loxley Sessions (Royal Potato Family). Review by James Mann.
Second Hand Heart (Reprise). Review by David Whited.
Country icon Jim Lauderdale is profiled in The King of Broken Hearts.
Buck ‘Em! The Music of Buck Owens (1955-1967) (Omnivore Recordings). Review by James Mann.
The inaugural, and hopefully annual, Orlando Calling Festival brings BIG acts to Central Florida for a major two-day music festival November 12-13.
Shoulda Been Gold (Collectors’ Choice). Review by James Mann.
Ronnie Tom. Review by Tim Wardyn.
Georgia Hard (Yep Roc). Review by Sean Slone.
Last Chance For a Thousand Years (Reprise). Review by James Mann
A Long Way Home (Warner Bros./Reprise). Review by David Lee Simmons
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