Corinne Brown
Doomed to Be an Artist

Doomed to Be an Artist

"Looking back, I wasn’t so bad. “Dropping out of high school at the age of 16 to pursue a career in art wasn’t an option,” admits Everett Raymond...

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The Moon was Blue

The Moon was Blue

Coproduced by Bobby Bare, Jr., this comeback album is the legend’s first in 22 years. For the uninitiated, Bare, Sr. has been around long enough to...

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I Believe

I Believe

In Hampton’s own words, I Believe is “a celebration of faith and personal testimony.” With credit to songwriter Stuart Hamblen for most of the...

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Journeys

Journeys

If cutting a CD is your dream, let Khoury show you how. Take some homegrown talent, some proven classics from the early days of  Rock ‘n’ Roll and...

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Haunted by Hardin

Haunted by Hardin

The ghost of the infamous John Wesley Hardin is a hard one to kill. Just ask Leon Metz, one of the most meticulous researchers in the field of...

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Jubilee

Jubilee

Exuberant might be another title for this high energy album, which is a callback to the good ol’ days when Rock ‘n’ Roll was fun and Country made...

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Anchored in the Land

Anchored in the Land

Some may say it’s his voice,  textured like barn wood: soft, weathered and grainy. Or the way he wears his hat—to one side, casting a shadow over...

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Molly Venter

Molly Venter

With a strong voice the texture of fine suede, this Austin-based folksinger puts prose to music, sung strong and sweet with a great vibrato,...

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Cowboy Cool

Cowboy Cool

Somewhere between Pop Country and Cowboy Western you’ll find the music of Royal Wade Kimes, a Nashville pro whose sound is soulful, sexy and...

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