Album of the Month: Darrell Scott

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Kentucky’s own has laid claim to an uprising of roots glory as of late, with the “country-on-the-edge” golden boy Chris Stapleton creating an underground media storm and racking up awards, Sturgil Simpson’s beautifully executed new album A Sailor’s Guide To Earth may be one of the best albums of the year, and then there’s the latest release…

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The Legacy of Alamo Jones

Alamo Jones (Chance Martin) is one of those larger-than-life characters. A charasmatic storyteller with a booming voice that Johnny Cash himself dubbed “the Voice in Black”, Alamo is a natural entertainer with a gift of making everyone around him laugh. His joys in music tales are infectious and there’s no mistaking the heart and love…

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The Luckenbach Poet

Luckenbach Texas is a place with a consciousness all of its own. It vibrates with music, laughter and the spirit of connection that binds us all. A Post Office, Dancehall, scenic outdoor event area, happy roosters running wild, big beautiful trees and a cozy wood stove inside the legendary Luckenbach bar all set the staging for…

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Kimber Sparks Interview

Kimber Sparks talks about Australia, working with late, great Vern Gosdin, her Alabama upbringing, and her new record, It’s Her Turn,  with “The Highwaywoman” Brigitte London. Vern Gosdin and Kimber Sparks BL: Kimber, you’re an Alabama girl, tell us when and how you came to be in Australia? KS: It was New Year’s Day, 2001,…

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Pam Tillis Interview

Pam Tillis is Country Music royalty.  From her debut on the Grand Ole Opry at the tender age of eight years old, the offspring of Country Icon Mel Tillis has been on lifelong musical journey. With one of the most beautiful and distinguished voices in Country Music, the former CMA Female Vocalist of the Year…

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