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A Look Back: Concert Review - The Turnpike Troubadours at the Cannery Ballroom in Nashville, TN (7/15/16)

Originally Published: July 17, 2016 at The Musical Divide

Line-Up: Kelsey Waldon, Heathen Sons, and The Turnpike Troubadours

The band out of Oklahoma decided to make a trip up to Nashville to play a show there for the first time in three years. 1,087 more words

Turnpike Troubadours

High In Heels

“High In Heels,” written and performed by Kelsey Waldon on Live from the Loveless Cafe in 2014. The pedal steel player may be Brett Resnick. 48 more words

Music

Photo Diary /// The Luck Reunion through Erin Rae's eyes

If there’s anything to see in Austin during what has become of SXSW, it’s the Luck Reunion. In fact, as far as I’m concerned, it’s probably the only thing to see. 613 more words

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Favorite Singles of 2016

My favorite singles of the year run the gamut from commercial to obscure and everything in between. Keep reading for career moments from Tim McGraw and Reba McEntire to shining examples of why Lori McKenna and Brandy Clark are more than expert songwriters. 599 more words

Country Music

Wick's Picks: Jan. 29-Feb. 4

Sunday, Jan. 29

“Afterlife”
Arcade Fire
Reflektor

Monday, Jan. 30

“All By Myself”
Kelsey Waldon
I’ve Got A Way

Tuesday, Jan. 31

“The Getaway”
The Southern Belles… 77 more words

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All By Myself

“All By Myself,” written and performed by Kelsey Waldon. Video by Matt Bizer.

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EP Review: J.P. Harris (with Nikki Lane, Kristina Murray, Kelsey Waldon and Leigh Nash) - 'Why Don't We Duet In The Road'

J.P. Harris, whose sound is described as ‘booming hippie-friendly honky-tonk,’ found the inspiration for Why Don’t We Duet In The Road in the collaborative spirit of Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s seminal… 497 more words

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