Tom Buller – When A Country Boy Gets the Blues

Review by Roger Sharman One of the big pluses of writing in the country music industry for me is the amount of new music that I get to listen to. That being said, it's not all good,  but it's certainly worth listening to the not so good records to uncover the gems,...

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Dillon Carmichael – Hell on an Angel Album Review

Reviewed by Roger Sharman Release date 26th October 2018 Dillon Carmichael possesses a deep & rich Baritone voice. He has real country pedigree in his blood, Uncle Eddie Montgomery (Montgomery Gentry) & John Michael Montgomery no less. Already in his short...

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Whitey Morgan and the 78s – Hard Times & White Lines

Review by Roger Sharman Release date: 26th October 2018 The 5th studio album from Michigan’s finest, Whitey Morgan and the 78s ‘Hard Times & White Lines’ hit the shelves last week. Whitey and the boys have firmly established themselves as one of the hardest...

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The Marcus King Band – Carolina Confessions

The Marcus King Band Reviewed by our guest reviewer, Anna McLauchlan The Marcus King Band is not a band I was familiar with prior to being asked to review their third and latest album, Carolina Confessions. It was mixed and produced at RCA Studio A Nashville, by...

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Randall King – Randall King Album Review

Randall King by Guest Reviewer, Roger Sharman There are not many releases that compel me to write a review and Randall king’s first full-length recording absolutely demands it! It’s been labelled ‘Neo-Traditional’ similarly to Midlands ‘On the Rocks’, I didn’t buy...

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