All of my time wasted on these stinkers.
Mr. Saturday Night won’t disappoint longtime fans, but it doesn’t feel like the step forward it should be.
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