A tribute to the people who started this crazy journey for me.
What new features to expect as well as a reflection on blogging about music in 2020.
A roundup of other year-end lists “across the country.”
A tribute to what we’ll take with us after 2020 ends.
Copied and pasted from my Album Release Schedule page, and, as the headline suggests, posted mainly for archival purposes. January 2020: 10th Ronnie Dunn – Re-Dunn Tenille Arts – Love, Heartbreak & Everything In Between 15th Futurebirds – Teamwork 17th Little Big Town – Nightfall Marcus King – El Dorado Dustin Lynch – Tullahoma Della… Continue reading For the Archives: The Albums of 2020
A light year, so far.
I normally just update my “Country Universe Posts” page to share what I’ve written there, but I’d like to share this one outright – “Favorite Songs by Favorite Artists: Alan Jackson,” in which I count down 25 of my favorite Alan Jackson songs. On that note, I’d like to mention that this week’s of edition… Continue reading Miscellaneous News & Notes
Hello, I’m happy to announce that, as of today, I’m now a proud contributor to Country Universe. For now, I’ll mainly be writing single reviews there, so I’ll no longer be publishing song reviews on this website. If you’d like to keep up with what I write there, however, I’ll keep an organized list on… Continue reading Musically Divided, Stronger As One
There’s a lot of fantastic writing about country music floating around the web, and the source is (often) just normal, everyday people writing out of passion. This is just a small roundup post meant to highlight some great recent reads from around the country music universe worth checking out: Kyle of Kyle’s Korner Blog just… Continue reading Worth Reading: Posts From Country Music Websites
I teamed up with Nathan Kanuch (of Shore2Shore Country) to discuss a variety of topics related to country music. We didn’t plan anything out, and the conversation that followed covers a variety of topics from Kenny Rogers, imagining the modern-day Highwaymen, Luke Combs versus Jon Pardi and much more. If you’re curious, you can read… Continue reading A Quarantine Country Music Conversation