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New Soundtrack: Light In The Attic Records Releases Soundtrack To Ethan Hawke’s Blaze Foley Film

Directed by Ethan Hawke,”BLAZE” stars newcomer Ben Dickey as Blaze Foley, the unsung songwriting legend of the Texas outlaw music movement whose unique artistic contributions gave rise to the likes of Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson and inspired both John Prine and Lucinda Williams. Loosely guided by the narrative of Foley cohort and co-conspirator, Townes Van Zandt, played by Bob Dylan band guitarist Charlie Sexton, the film weaves together three different periods of […]

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Listen Now: Margo Price Releases New 4-Song EP Via Third Man

Margo Price has released an EP of new music entitled ‘Weakness,’ via Third Man Records. Recorded at Sam Phillips Recording in Memphis, ‘Weakness’ was produced by Grammy-winner Matt Ross-Spang, Alex Munoz, Jeremy Ivey, and Price herself. The collection features 4 new tracks including recent live show juggernaut “Paper Cowboy,” as well as the hard-drinking country-rock […]

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John Prine Plays The Opry NYE With Kacey Musgraves And Jason Isbell

Grammy award winner John Prine’s 70th birthday on October 10th was officially a good one! The Mayor of Nashville declared his birthday John Prine Day and on October 11th the official numbers came in for his new album “For Better, or Worse.” The legendary singer/songwriter could not have asked for a better birthday present! “For […]

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Those Darlins Summer/Fall Tour Schedule

Here’s their full schedule through the first of October, so you have no excuses not to get out and see these snaggle-tooth mamas kick some serious ass at a dive bar, road house, or art museum (?) near you. C’mon, you know you want to see ’em live and in person! Maybe Kelley will jump […]

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Loudon Wainwright III – High Wide and Handsome: The Charlie Poole Project (2nd Story Sound Records)

Back in 1966 when Bob Dylan broke his neck in a motorcycle wreck, Loudon Wainwright III was among his possible successors (along with Springsteen, John Prine and Steve Forbert) – heaven forbid should Dylan not recover. At least that’s how Wainwright told it on “Talking New Bob Dylan” from his wonderful and personal History album […]

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Todd Snider “Peace Queer” Mega Force

by Brad Tucker Listening to Todd Snider’s back-catalogue gives one the impression that he has extremely varied tastes in music, and that he is greatly affected by whatever he is listening to. At different times he is contemporary pop country, straight folk, John Prine, or Tom Petty. There are moments on his 1994 debut, Songs […]

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