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New Music: Red Idle Rejects—’Ink and Nicotine’

Label: Oak Honest Records (Release Date: March 27, 2021) Things aren’t always what they sound like. Take, for example, the collection of new songs that comprise Ink and Nicotine, the new album from consistently energetic alt-country/Americana band Red Idle Rejects. What at first might seem a carefree, rollicking experience turns into a much more thoughtful … Continue reading

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The Best New Country Album In A Long Time: Morgan Wallen — “Dangerous”

Forget 2021… or even 2020 for that matter. The best new country album released in a long time is Morgan Wallen‘s Dangerous. The longer you listen to Dangerous: The Double Album, the more you realize that the former Voice contestant is more than just another hit-seeking Nashville shot-in-the-dark. Track after track prove that Wallen is an … Continue reading

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New Country: Kaleb Garrett’s “Only One”

Small towns in Georgia have a reputation for breaking out country music’s biggest stars and chart-topping writers. The scenic mountain highways of Hiawassee are no exception, serving as the hometown of aspiring artist Kaleb Garrett. With an introspective soul, Kaleb has always seen music as a constant companion that continuously evolves through the many eras … Continue reading

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New Music: Grace Pettis — “Drop Another Pin”

Grace Pettis — “Drop Another Pin” Grace Pettis.Remember that name.Better yet, listen to her new single and watch the video, and you won’t forget it. An award-winning singer songwriter from Austin via Alabama, she has been characterized as “a little bit folk, a little bit country/Americana and a whole lot of soul.” Her debut single for MPress … Continue reading

Wynonna’s New EP — ‘Recollections’ — Out Oct. 30
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Wynonna’s New EP — ‘Recollections’ — Out Oct. 30

1. I Hear You Knocking (Fats Domino)2. King Bee (Slim Harpo)3. Feeling Good (Nina Simone)4. Angel From Montgomery (John Prine)5. Ramble On Rose (Grateful Dead)  Recollections marks both a literal and a figurative homecoming for Wynonna, who recorded much of the collection while quarantining on her Tennessee farm in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. … Continue reading