Exploring the notions of being “country again” and both sides of that conversation through three albums.
Amythyst Kiah rocks with “Black Myself,” Ashley Monroe returns, and I retool with my throwback feature in this week’s edition of the Boom-or-Bust Jukebox.
The short version: ‘Interstate Gospel’ may be bogged down by a few gimmicky tracks, but this is overall the trio’s most mature, realized record to date. The long version: There was a time when a Pistol Annies album almost made too much sense. Miranda Lambert and Ashley Monroe may have differed stylistically at the time, but their… Continue reading Album Review: Pistol Annies – ‘Interstate Gospel’