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Meridian Rising (CD) By Paul Burch

Meridian Rising

Paul Burch

Plowboy Records 2016

Review by David Bowling

Paul Burch has been producing modern day roots music for several decades. He has now, for his tenth release, traveled in a very different and creative direction. 255 more words

Cashbox Music Reviews

A Tip of the Hat to Jimmie Rodgers

Billed by Paul Burch as “an imagined autobiography” of legendary 1920s singer/songwriter Jimmie Rodgers, the marvelous Meridian Rising opens with a clarinet-spiced ode to the Singing Brakeman’s hometown of Meridian, Mississippi and ends an hour later with the infectious “Back to the Honky Tonks” and “Oh, Didn’t He Ramble,” a Dixieland instrumental. 167 more words

Album Reviews

Americanafest 2014 - Schedule Announced

The Avett Brothers will headline Americanafest 2014 at

Riverfront Park in Nashville, TN on Saturday, September 20.

More artists added to already packed lineup bringing total festival showcases to 175+ 591 more words

Americana Music Festival 2014

A long, fun, and winding week

Hello everyone.  With the help of more fun events planned and the humidity finally kicking in gear, this coming week will be a hot one for the books.  803 more words

Bloodshot Records Capsule Reviews

As with the past couple years, I like to take some time in January to review the albums I bought at Bloodshot Records’ holiday sale. (As of today, the sale is… 1,673 more words

Music

Waco Brothers and Paul Burch @ KDHX } 11.04.12

“And so it goes in American music: It takes a Brit to remind us how great American-made genres can be.” A great opening line from Robin Wheeler at KDHX to sum up the experience of having the Waco Brothers and Paul Burch in the studio to record four blistering rock tracks for the station. 29 more words

Concert Photography

Paul Burch: "Words of Love: Songs of Buddy Holly"

2011 may well be remembered as the Year of Buddy Holly– a strange pronouncement to make, given that the man’s been dead since 1959, yet where we are, celebrating the 75th anniversary of his birth with a slew of tribute albums. 701 more words