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Tim McGraw’s “Emotional Traffic” Album is Now Available and Captures Plenty of McGraw Signature Sound – CD Review

It’s no secret that “Emotional Traffic” has been stuck in legal traffic for a few years now. But finally on January 24, 2012 Tim McGraw releases his much anticipated “Emotional Traffic” album. The release marks McGraw’s 11th studio album and his last for Curb Records. But let’s not drag this out any longer. The legal […]

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Jake Owen’s 3rd Studio Album “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” is a Refreshing, Romantic, Playful Must-Have !

I have to confess I had a hard time writing this review. I couldn’t turn the album off long enough to put opinion to paper. This Tony Brown – Rodney  Clawson – Joey Moi produced masterpiece is a refreshing, romantic, playful must-have on your playlist. Undoubtedly, Jake Owen’s “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” title track has […]

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Ashton Shepherd’s Sophomore Album “Where Country Grows” Hits Like a Storm up from the South

Ashton Shepherd – Look It Up. You’ll find a foot-stompin’, hell-raisin, guitar-pickin’ woman hailing from a plot of land called Leroy, Alabama that has less of a population than my high school class. But perhaps that’s the mascot for “less is more” because Leroy, Alabama, The Pickin’ Shed and Ashton Shepherd is Where Country Grows […]

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Jason Aldean’s ‘My Kinda Party’ in stores today

Georgia-born country star Jason Aldean may never do another song as weird as “Dirt Road Anthem,” the redneck rap song that is the high point of his fourth disc, “My Kinda Party,” which released today. A cover of a track popularized by country singer-rapper Colt Ford, it’s a standard-issue ode to George Jones and back […]

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Neil Young previews new tracks in Nashville

Six songs into Neil Young’s seemingly sedate solo set at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium last night, the 64-year-old rocker stunned fans who weren’t expecting to leave with ringing ears. Putting down his acoustic guitar, he strapped on his signature electric Les Paul Old Black and began thrashing away on “Down by the River” like a one-man […]

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