Don Williams: And So It Goes

June 9, 2012 Outlaw_Magazine 0

Don Williams *And So It Goes*  Sugar Hill Records Drops: June 19th  If Don Williams doesn’t have one of the most evocative, nuanced voices in the history of country music, I’m a virgin Pope.  And […]

No Picture

Trailer Radio CD Review

March 11, 2012 Outlaw_Magazine 0

Is NYC ready for the Country? If Trailer Radio’s new CD (self-titled) is any indication, then the Big Apple is about to get a whole lot twangier.  A new underground scene is emerging and Trailer […]

Roger Creager: Surrender

March 4, 2012 Outlaw_Magazine 0

Dave Pilot takes a good look at Roger Creager, with an insightful review of his CD Surrender. Roger Creager’s possibly one of the easiest artists in Texas to misunderstand, and therefore essentially miss altogether.  Which […]

Witch Mountain

January 26, 2012 Outlaw_Magazine 0

Formed under the gray skies and misty mountains of Portland, Oregon in 1997, Witch Mountain consisted of Rob Wrong (guitar and vocals), Dave Hoopaugh (bass), and Nate Carson (drums) until July 2009 when planets aligned, […]

Mike Blakely: Homemade Serenade

January 24, 2012 Outlaw_Magazine 0

Texas Author/Singer/Songwriter Mike Blakely has led an interesting career built on storytelling. Whether on paper or in song, he uses his gift to create and captivate his audience with stories of the western way of […]

Kevin Higgins – Find Your Shine

September 29, 2011 Outlaw_Magazine 0

Sometimes CD reviews are ground out like hamburger on an assembly line, practically pre-packaged and chock full of quippy little quotes to make reviewers feel pithy while marketers get copy.  Others find themselves clocking in […]

Daryl Dasher: Long Road Now

September 29, 2011 Outlaw_Magazine 0

Daryl Dasher, a founding member of the popular Nasvhille rock trio Mellow Down Easy, has released his first solo album after touring with the group for over 10 years, thus enabling him to make a […]

The Black Keys: Brothers

September 29, 2011 Outlaw_Magazine 0

Akron – The New City of Brotherly Love: The Black Keys’ Brothers CD Review by Nik Havert. Akron, Ohio doesn’t normally bring the blues to mind.  You think of demolished rubber factories.  Heck, you think […]

1 2 3