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Review - Wheeler Walker Jr.'s "Pussy King"

Every once in a while you get an artist who comes around and completely changes the game. The genre is never the same after their arrival. 270 more words


Jason Isbell @ Franklin Theatre / Franklin TN / January 9, 2017

Attending my first concert of 2017 was a challenge. The first and only e-mail warning about this special benefit show at the Franklin Theatre arrived in my inbox at 10am on a Friday with the short notice that tickets were going on sale at noon. 901 more words

Concert Reviews

Review - Zac Brown Band's "My Old Man"

Welcome Home. As you longtime readers know, I wasn’t fond of Zac Brown Band’s last album Jekyll + Hyde. While it wasn’t a bad album, it was a disappointment and I let my criticisms of the album be known, most notably the lackluster songwriting and releasing an EDM song to country radio. 330 more words


Throwback Review - Sturgill Simpson's 'High Top Mountain'

I thought it would be poetic and appropriate that my very first throwback review would be of the album that preceded the very first album I’ve ever reviewed on Country Perspective. 914 more words


Feature /// Brent Cobb's Banner Year

To say that 2016 has been a pretty good year for Brent Cobb would almost certainly be an understatement – it hasn’t just been “good” for Cobb, its been damn near perfect – the release of his absolutely exceptional LP, … 1,111 more words


Country Perspective's 2016 Album of the Year Nominees

Throughout 2016 Country Perspective had the privilege to review a lot of fine music. The world of country, Americana and folk certainly produced it’s fair share of great music throughout the year, reviving old sounds and sparking new ones every step of the way. 1,697 more words


VARIOUS ARTISTS - " Southern Family "

Inspired by tribute albums and comps like White Mansions and Outlaws!, “Southern Family” is a concept album about the small stories of southern families, from guys hanging out at mom’s dinner table to pass the news, to watching grandpa die, to reflections on religion. 103 more words