Albums

Ted Russell Kamp – ‘Down in the Den’ Album Review

Ted Russell Kamp – ‘Down in the Den’ Album Review

By Roger Sharman Just over twelve months ago. I was lucky enough to go and see Shooter Jennings at the Bluebird Theatre in Denver, Colorado. Not only that, I got to meet Ted and have a brief chat with him and in that short conversation it struck me what an incredible...

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TJ Hernandez – ‘Destination Unknown’ Album Review

TJ Hernandez – ‘Destination Unknown’ Album Review

By Roger Sharman. I’m a little late to the party here, but better late than never right?  I’ll apologise to TJ and to everyone else, the little one-liners and witticisms have been getting harder and harder to come up with over the course of the Pandemic, so I’ve not...

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Gretchen Peters Interview – 7th May

Kate chatted to Gretchen Peters ahead of her release of "The Night You Wrote That Song: The Songs of Mickey Newbury". Gretchen would have been preparing to tour the UK and Europe before the pandemic struck and this tour has now been rescheduled to March 2021.  ...

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Lilly Hiatt ‘Walking Proof’ Interview and Album Review

Lilly Hiatt ‘Walking Proof’ Interview and Album Review

By Roger Sharman I’m a lucky man, I’m alive and healthy, which is something to be really thankful for in these strangest of times. The music industry is very much in lockdown right now, so fans are having to make do with Facebook live concerts and hope that their...

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Ashley McBryde ‘Never Will’ Album Review

  By Roger Sharman Tomorrow sees the latest release from the incredibly talented Ashley McBryde,  following on from 2018’s smash ‘Girl Going Nowhere’. The Arkansas native has been riding the crest of a wave of the back of that album and her sell out tours that...

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Eleven Hundred Springs ‘Here Tis’ Album Review

Eleven Hundred Springs ‘Here Tis’ Album Review

By Roger Sharman If you are someone new to the Texas country scene and wanted to listen to bands that are quintessentially Texas, then Eleven Hundred Springs are one of the bands that I would immediately recommend. They’ve been a staple for many years now.  1998 saw...

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