Turning back toward the independent scene, with mixed results.
Tag: Karen Jonas
The Best Albums of 2020
The albums that shaped my year.
Album Review: Karen Jonas – ‘The Southwest Sky and Other Dreams’ (For Country Universe)
Another review for Country Universe, this one for a great album in a packed release day.
The Musical Divide’s Top Albums Of 2018
We’ve arrived to the final list at The Musical Divide for 2018. Of course, nobody needs another one of these lists to read, but I’d like to think my list is more than just a “list.” In a way, I’ve got the benefit of running a blog rather than a professional outlet. I’m free to… Continue reading The Musical Divide’s Top Albums Of 2018
The Musical Divide’s Top 50 Songs Of 2018 (Part Two)
Part one can be found here. (Editor’s note – I don’t like inserting actual music videos for the audio portion of this, but this seems to be the only way to hear “Party Of One” on YouTube) No. 25 – Brandi Carlile, “Party Of One” With the way that piano sounds, you can almost just… Continue reading The Musical Divide’s Top 50 Songs Of 2018 (Part Two)
Album Review: Karen Jonas – ‘Butter’
This is a re-uploaded post. The best kind of artists are the ones who can evolve their sound while simultaneously staying true to what made them great in the first place. With Oklahoma Lottery, Karen Jonas brought a raw, fiery edge to the forefront that appeared on many “best of” lists for 2014. With Country Songs, Jonas… Continue reading Album Review: Karen Jonas – ‘Butter’