Mellow Down Easy: Comisutra

September 27, 2011 Outlaw_Magazine 0

Really good Rock and Roll has always embodied the integration of country, blues, and rock. Mellow Down Easy brings all this to the table and more, in the most original style I’ve heard in the […]

Wayne Hancock: Viper of Melody

September 27, 2011 Outlaw_Magazine 0

In the mid 90’s when neo-traditionalist country music acts began to pop up, I’m sure there weren’t just a few people foretelling that these performers were just a fad or a faze. Sure they were […]

Brook Faulk: I’m On Fire

September 27, 2011 Outlaw_Magazine 0

The debut CD of Alaskan songstress Brook Faulk, I’m On Fire, is a stunning array of well crafted, introspective songs delivered in a voice that carries a sultry lilt, but is strong nonetheless. Faulk is […]

Ralph Stanley II: This One Is Too

September 27, 2011 Outlaw_Magazine 0

Ralph Stanley II, (yes, the son of Bluegrass Icon Ralph Stanley), has had bluegrass pumped into his veins from the cradle. He’s been the lead singer of his father’s legendary band, The Clinch Mountain Boys, since […]

Johnny Cash: Ultimate Gospel

September 27, 2011 Outlaw_Magazine 0

Seems no matter what live show one attends these days, somebody’s covering Johnny Cash.  Usually it’s “Folsom Prison Blues,” which by now has more lives and versions than David Allan Coe’s “Take This Job and […]

Pam Tillis: Rhinestoned

September 26, 2011 Outlaw_Magazine 0

There has never been any question as to whether Pam Tillis, daughter of country singer Mel Tillis, deserves her place in country music royalty. From her debut on The Grand Ole Opry at eight years […]

Kelly Willis: Translated From Love

September 26, 2011 Outlaw_Magazine 0

Texas star Kelly Willis started out a country singer known for her physical beauty (once named one of People’s most beautiful people) as well as her twang. After going the route of the majors (Well Travelled […]

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