The best of the rest which happens to actually be the best.
Neotraditional country and apocalyptic southern-rock. Yahoo!
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.
Jon Pardi releases a more consistent neotraditional offering with Heartache Medication
Center Point Road can’t help but feel like a slight regression back into bad production tactics and clumsy writing for Thomas Rhett.
The short version: Twenty years ago, “Heartache Medication” wouldn’t have stood out much from the pack. In 2019, it’s exactly what the country music genre needs. Writers: Jon Pardi, Natalie Hemby, Barry Dean Rating: 7/10 The long version: Now this is what I was hoping to hear more of from Jon Pardi. Pardi may have… Continue reading Song Review: Jon Pardi – “Heartache Medication”
I wasn’t planning to review this in any capacity, but given that I covered new albums from George Strait and Reba McEntire recently, I might as well come full circle with the ’90s country trifecta. Because this album is mainly just a series of Brooks & Dunn re-recording their biggest hits with the new generation… Continue reading Brooks & Dunn’s ‘Reboot’ Ranked Worst To Best