I reviewed the new Andrew Combs album 5 Covers & A Song for Ink19.com. It's an amazing EP that everyone should really check out. He arranged and sang each cover so well that he really owned them and blew me away with each performance. Click on the album cover to go to my review of... Continue Reading →
My ink19.com review is out for the new self titled Shooter album by Shooter Jennings. It's really an amazing re centering for him and if you dig that late 70's early 80's country music that guys like Hank Williams jr. and of course his father, Waylon Jennings were doing, then do your self a favor... Continue Reading →
Just finished another album review at ink19.com. LOLAA is a Canadian based sister duo that explore their Mexican roots on this 2016 re-release, but this time in Spanish. Lots of cool stuff so go check it out.
June 16, 2018 Boo Ray interview Lately, I’ve been touting the music, and fashion sense, of country music singer/songwriter and recording artist, Boo Ray. His brand of redneck rock and roll music reflects blue collar, hardworking values that lean heavily on his varied experiences. From making his way out of the mountains of North Carolina,... Continue Reading →
When I did my article with 10 year old, up and coming BMX superstar Aiden Weaver, I told his dad, Joe, that he'd be next. I finally sent off my questions and got back some great answers. Joe and I meet at the Arnold classic Sports Festival a number of years back and I've been... Continue Reading →
Check out this amazing new album by Sons of Bill. They put it all out there in this album and it’s a surprise at each musical and lyrical turn.
I don't mean to brag but, this article content is awesome and will possibly have more damn pictures than words. Every time I think I have the coolest photos of Ellie Lahey's work in here, I find, or she posts more that I switch out. A couple years back I was obsessed with a particular... Continue Reading →
Ink19.com just posted my review of the Greyhounds - Cheyenne Valley Drive. If you dig the Fabulous Thunderbirds, Doyle Bramhall II, J.J. Grey and the Mofro, or anything in general coming out of Austin, TX or the Swamps of Florida, buy this album or see these guys live.
I have been following Angelo Santelli's career for a while and while he may not be on your radar yet, he should be. In the simplest terms possible, you can put his slide talent snugly between Duane Allman and Derek Trucks. It would be a gross understatement to box him into that category but, it... Continue Reading →