Pop Goes The Country Vol. 29: Bobby Goldsboro – “Honey” (1968)

Pop Goes The Country is an ongoing series where I explore country music’s biggest crossover hits.  If the name, “Bobby Goldsboro,” doesn’t ring a bell to you, the country music fan, that’s certainly understandable. A one-time member of Roy Orbison’s band, Goldsboro gained popularity in pop music first and foremost, charting songs such as “See… Read More Pop Goes The Country Vol. 29: Bobby Goldsboro – “Honey” (1968)

Album Review: Bruce Springsteen – ‘Western Stars’

The short version: Most of the songs on ‘Western Stars’ are better together than they are individually, but Bruce Springsteen’s first proper studio album in several years is a vast journey through the western United States. Favorite tracks: “Western Stars,” “Sundown,” “Moonlight Motel,” “Hello Sunshine,” “Chasin’ Wild Horses” Least favorite track: “Sleepy Joe’s Cafe” Rating:… Read More Album Review: Bruce Springsteen – ‘Western Stars’