“What If I Never Get Over You” isn’t quite a return to form for Lady Antebellum.
Album Review: John Paul White – ‘The Hurting Kind’
John Paul White pivots into Countrypolitan for his latest release.
Pop Goes The Country Vol. 18: The Browns – “The Three Bells” (1959)
Exploring the saga of the Browns and how a swan song became a hit.
Song Review: Keith Urban – “We Were”
“We Were” is a step in the right direction for Keith Urban after some disastrous album cycles.
Album Review: Caroline Spence – ‘Mint Condition’
Mint Condition is Caroline Spence’s most consistent work to date.
Album Review: Rodney Atkins – ‘Caught Up In The Country’
On paper, ‘Caught Up In The Country’ is actually quite good. But it’s immediately hampered by bad production and mixing choices as well as Rodney Atkins’s poorly aged vocals.
The 40 Worst Country Songs Ever
Only the worst!
EP Review: Charlie Marie – Self-Titled
The short version: EPs generally fail to offer much of anything substantial, but this is a great exception to that rule. Favorite tracks: “Rhinestones,” “Countryside,” “Rodeo” Least favorite track: “Shot In The Dark” Rating: 8/10 The long version: In 2019, it’s harder than ever for artists to cut through the clutter. Yes, the Internet has… Continue reading EP Review: Charlie Marie – Self-Titled
Farewell, WNIA Radio
A goodbye letter to my favorite radio station.
Song Review: Luke Combs – “Beer Never Broke My Heart”
The short version: “Beer Never Broke My Heart” pretty much works for what it is, not that it would matter for Luke Combs anyway at this point. Writers: Luke Combs, Randy Montana, Jonathan Singleton Rating: 7/10 The long version: Let’s be honest – Luke Combs’s rendition of the alphabet could become a multi-platinum smash hit… Continue reading Song Review: Luke Combs – “Beer Never Broke My Heart”