It’s all about the songs. Good ones can survive being adapted to fit any arrangement in any genre
At first, I thought Corb Lund was joking when he told me that he was nominated for this year’s Americana Music Awards Emerging Artist
“I wish the show had gotten more nominations,” Steve Earle said Friday
There is a tug to almost all that Tim Easton sings about. It's a tug to get you think all those thoughts that don't have to be seedy. They could be romantic. They could be good and just, but they get twisted and wrung just a touch when Easton gets them in his hands and these thoughts turn punchy. They turn into the finer points of a night or a discussion between two people who have had exactly one or two too many and the conditions are ripe for all kinds of interesting combustions.
Corb Lund did an interview with American Routes at the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering
The slow bluesy number finds Hiatt drawing a parallel between the late
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On top of being a spellbinding, all-too-real portrayal of post-Katrina New Orleans (produced by the same folks who brought us The Wire), it's quickly becoming one of the finest musical programs on television. In just a handful of episodes, we've gotten live, gorgeous full-length performances from Elvis Costello, Dr. John and Allen Toussaint.