A yearly family tradition of counting down my favorite albums and songs of the year thus far.
A great week for the series, thanks to hits from Michael Monroe Goodman and Chris Stapleton and ESPECIALLY Brit Taylor and Dee White.
A yearly tradition of counting down 50 songs from the year that resonated with me
If these artists aren’t on your radar yet, they should be
As we approach the midway point of 2019, it’s time to reflect on what the best music of the calendar year has been thus far. At this point, The Musical Divide has reviewed over 50 albums and EPs this year, with many of them finding a spot on this list. As far as quality is… Continue reading The Musical Divide’s 2019 Midyear Report
The short version: Dee White may still have to grow into himself as a vocalist, but ‘Southern Gentleman’ is a fine debut album. Favorite tracks: “Rose Of Alabam,” “Way Down,” “Under Your Skin,” “Road That Goes Both Ways (w/ Ashley McBryde),” “Bucket Of Bolts” Least favorite track: “Tell The World I Do” Rating: 7/10 The… Continue reading Album Review: Dee White – ‘Southern Gentleman’
Just as it went with 2018, the beginning of next year is front loaded with (potentially) stellar projects. The following is a list for the biggest upcoming releases in the country music universe you can look forward to hearing. Follow along with the full list throughout the year here. Please keep in mind this is… Continue reading Upcoming Country/Americana Music Releases For 2019
This is a re-uploaded post from Swamp Opera. What a coincidence. Just two weeks ago, I saw Alan Jackson live in Canandaigua, New York. His opener was a guy by the name of Dee White. He was sort of quiet and didn’t talk much other than to introduce songs or say that his band was… Continue reading EP Review: Dee White – ‘Southern Gentleman’ (Side A)