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Mindy Smith — Interview

Love, loss and real life. Nashville’s singer/songwriter Mindy Smith reveals herself in raw form in her album “Stupid Love,”  which released this past summer. Smith is well known for her debut hit album “One Moment More,” and her appearance on Dolly Parton’s tribute album with her own version of the song “Jolene.” Smith has been […]

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Aaron Tippin – Interview

Just because he promotes a healthy lifestyle doesnʼt mean Aaron Tippin doesnʼt cheat every now and then. “Iʼll jerk a piece of pizza out of your hand,” the singer admits chuckling. Heck, heʼs only human, and he knows you are too. Thatʼs why he created and developed Aaron Tippin Nutrition, a product line designed to […]

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Willie Nelson “American Classic” Blue Note

There’s no mistaking Willie Nelson’s voice.  It’s an old friend, and it’s a wonderful thing to hear that voice taking on pop standards like “Ain’t  Misbehavin’” and “On the Street Where You Live,” among others.  It was brilliant when he did it on “Stardust,” and the hope must have been to create something similar to […]

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The Complete Recordings of The Red Fox Chasers

Sitting around a camp fire in the woods of North Carolina, Guy Brooks and Paul Miles begin to play. They play songs they learned from their fathers, from hunters, from farmers, from the people of the mountains. The fire crackles and they play real appellation mountain music. It’s been a long day hunting foxes along […]

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Brandon Kinney – Interview

He’s been compared to the likes of Alan Jackson and former Belmont University classmate, Brad Paisley, but singer/songwriter Brandon Kinney certainly has a style he can call his own. He takes a unique look at southern living through the beer goggles of where stereotypes meet politically incorrect. His hit song, “Hicks,” has peaked at No. […]

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Blind Boys Of Alabama To Release Duets

Featuring Collaborations With Ben Harper, Randy Travis, Bonnie Raitt and More, Including Previously Unreleased Recordings with Lou Reed, John Hammond, and Toots Hibbert Due October 27th On Saguaro Road Records Fairfax, VA — As the Blind Boys of Alabama head into their seventh decade of belting out impeccable harmonies it’s only fitting for them to […]

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Sidewalk Dave – “Songs for Cowards” – (Sidewalk Dave)

Right off the bat, a plaintive voice confesses “I’m a coward.” So begins Sidewalk Dave’s Songs for Cowards, the latest effort from this Connecticut four piece. The same narrator on the album’s final cut — his voice scarred by experience and emboldened with newfound confidence and resolve — announces “I’m no coward.” Quite a lofty […]

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