15 Reasons To Love John Howie Jr

In the marketing-influenced country music industry where Hollywood glam and lukewarm talent rule, honorable artists are few and far between. While the powers that be may have settled for such mediocrity, the true blue country music fan has not. If you fall into the latter category, it’s time to pack up your disappointments and pop…

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National Launch of Last Honky Tonk Music Series

The National Launch of the Last Honky Tonk Music Series will take place at the world famous Bobby Mackey’s Music World in Wilder KY on Saturday, March 22nd. Doors open at 7 PM – music starts at 7:30pm. This unprecedented acoustic music series will take place at one official venue in every state across the…

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Mavericks Twenty-Five Live Tour Launches Feb 27

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Celebrating more than two decades of performing together, The Mavericks will embark on the Twenty-five Live Tour February 27 with the same fervor and euphoria they’ve become known for. The Grammy® Award-winning group, who the Village Voice proclaimed “in a word or three . . . are cool as sh*t,” scored a…

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Lukas Nelson & POTR Upcoming Dates

  Lukas Nelson & Promise Of The Real have lots of exciting things on the horizon, including a new album. Catch up with them on the road at the following shows: TOUR DATES SUPPORTING WILLIE NELSON Feb 26 – Houston, TX – House of Blues (Supporting Willie Nelson) – TICKETS Feb 28 – Durant, OK – Choctaw Casino…

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Cody Jasper: Album Review Self Titled

One of the perks of being a music review editor is getting new music in the mail. I love being given access to special downloads and streaming audio by bands and managers, but getting an actual album or CD in the mail is a great thrill, especially when it’s something as good as Cody Jasper’s…

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Spotlight on Memphis Country Rock Band Whiskey Republic

“Whiskey river don’t run dry, you’re all I’ve got, take care of me”       – from the song, “Whiskey River”…. When this classic slice of Honky-Tonk Country first appeared on a Johnny Bush record, and hit its peak most famously as a Willie Nelson staple, the upbeat jovial music belied the dark undercurrent of the lyrics. While…

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