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Hank Williams Jr. “It’s About Time” album review

It’s no secret Hank William Jr. was raised in the shadow of one of country music’s most influential forefathers. Hank spent most of his childhood imitating his famous father as his mother tightly managed his career. With an identity crisis brewing Hank Williams Jr. was desperate to find his own voice, and once he did […]

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JB and the Moonshine Band

JB And The Moonshine Band Release New Album, Mixtape, TODAY

Country rockers, JB and the Moonshine Band, have released their new album, ‘Mixtape’, out today, Tuesday, June 30, 2015. The release marks the follow-up to the band’s previous albums ‘Ain’t Goin’ Back To Jail’ and ‘Beer for Breakfast.’ “Although ‘Mixtape’ is the title of one of the songs on the album, it also describes the varied styles on the album. I […]

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Jekyll+Hyde Could Transform Country Radio

I don’t know what I just heard, but I liked it. Jekyll & Hyde, the redeeming new album from award winning Zac Brown Band, is the perfect epitome of country crossover. I have to truly believe that country music now has to return to a more traditional sound based simply on the fact that no […]

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Big & Rich “Gravity” Album Review

By: Tony Manfetano Do you like Brantley Gilbert? Jason Aldean? Florida Georgia Line?  This cocktail of twang, rock, rap and soul we call modern country music. Well, my little volume cranking, dirt road riding, moonshine sipping heartbreakers, guess who started all that over a decade ago. Big & Rich. The duo made up of John […]

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