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Harvesting some fresh Corb Lund tunes

Just in time for Thanksgiving comes a new album by Alberta cowboy Corb Lund.

The Edmonton expat will release Things That Can’t Be Undone, his eighth effort, on Friday, Oct. 233 more words

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Album Review - The Pure Bluesy Goodness of Lindi Ortega's 'Faded Gloryville'

For months many country fans anticipated July 17 on the country music calendar, due to new releases from Jason Isbell and Alan Jackson. It was for good reason too, as both new albums delivered as expected, perhaps even beyond expectations for some. 1,154 more words

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The UnLocked Sessions /// Anderson East

Mixing the heart of blues with modern melodies is a feat left to the most formidable musicians in our city. Cue Anderson East; a young Nashville singer whose booming, rustic voice could bring an entire audience to a halt. 211 more words

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New release - Jason Isbell: Something more than free

“Something more than free” is the fifth Jason Isbell studio album, follow-up of the 2013’s highly acclaimed “Southeastern”.  The Alabama born singer-songwriter and guitarist is best known as a former member of the Drive-By Truckers . 35 more words

Album Review - Jason Isbell's 'Something More Than Free' Celebrates Life & Love

Well it’s here. The day many country and Americana fans have been waiting months for: July 17. Today Alan Jackson and Jason Isbell released their new albums, two of the most highly anticipated of the year in the genre. 1,315 more words

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Sturgill Simpson Announces Fall 2015 Tour Dates

By Kurt Wolff

Sturgill Simpson fans, stop what you’re doing and pay attention: The GRAMMY-nominated country artist has just announced a new set of fall tour dates… 512 more words

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A Thousand Horses No. 1 Hit 'Smoke' Shows There's Room for Southern Rock on Country Radio

By Annie Reuter

A Thousand Horses may be country newcomers, but the bandmates are in celebration mode this week, because their debut single, “Smoke,” made it all the way to No. 438 more words

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