I want a gift card from God
Whiskey Myers swing for the fences with a self-titled, self-produced album, and don’t stick the landing all the way
Trisha Yearwood remains an exceptional talent, vocally, but the material on Every Girl is often bland and forgettable
Made In America sounds, for the most part, like what you’d expect from a Tracy Lawrence album in 2019
Lillie Mae’s Other Girls is an experiment that doesn’t go far enough in its execution.
There’s potential with Gethen Jenkins and Western Gold, though he doesn’t stand out much in comparison with his contemporaries or his influences.
Country Squire feels like a missed opportunity in certain respects.
“It All Comes Out In The Wash” signals an underwhelming return for Miranda Lambert
Unmasking the masked cowboy’s debut album
As always, Tyler Bryant and the Shakedown are excellent on a technical level, but their new album, Truth and Lies, is a mixed bag of songs