“If it’s in a Susto song, then it really happened” says lead singer/songwriter Justin Osborne during our recent chat about the band’s new record & I’m Fine Today. “I mean, unless it’s something like our Jesus Christ beach song.” Although, I guess they could be hanging with Jesus, or some other entity with songs such […]
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One of my favorite things about seeing live shows (well, after the music) are the crazy comments that you hear along the way. Here are a few choice selections from fall/winter 2016. The glass breaking was perfect timing. Too bad it was in the wrong fucking key. David Ramirez, when someone dropped a glass on […]
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Superstar Takes battle to new level (again) and pulls tickets from brokers and scalpers.
Superstar has had 20 of his past 22 singles hit #1 including 17 in a row.
These are the new songs you should be on the lookout for when listening to your favorite country radio station or streaming online.
Hit songwriter steps out of the shadows with this fantastic collection of songs serving as her debut album.
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Acoustic, country blues is one of the purest forms of Americana music. It also may be the most difficult to master. To capture the sound and spirit of a Robert Johnson, Mississippi John Hurt or Lightnin’ Hopkins takes tremendous musicianship and a feel for the music that few artists possess. But Cary Morin, a Crow tribal […]
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