Garth Schedules 10 Chicago Shows; Rodeo Bar Closes; New Music Videos

Ken Morton, Jr. | July 28th, 2014

  • Our old The 9513 friend Stephen Deusner counted down 10 essential Dwight Yoakam songs for CMT Edge.
  • Sarah Darling can add fashion designer to her resume, as she’s teamed up with Durango to create a signature line of boots.
  • Stream Christopher Denny’s If the Roses Don’t Kill Us at NPR.
  • Music executive and songwriter Don Lanier passed away on July 23 at the age of 78.
  • Saving Country Music gave an update on the trials that have beset the Outlaw Music Hall of Fame.
  • Country Weekly’s Bob Paxman wrote about how “You and Tequila” recharged Deana Carter’s career.
  • On September 9, Pinecastle Records will release Detroit to Wheeling by The Osborne Brothers, the third installment in Pinecastle’s four-part series documenting the Osborne Brothers’ early years. This morning, WSM tweeted that Bobby and Sonny Osborne will appear on Eddie Stubbs’ radio show tonight.
  • New music videos from the last week or so:

Bri Bagwell “Crazy”

Zac Brown Band “All Alright”

Reba McEntire“Pray for Peace”

John Dee Holman & Dom Flemons “John Henry”

JT Hodges“Already High”

Stoney LaRue“First One to Know”

Zoe Muth and the Lost High Rollers“Make Me Change My Mind” (live for CMT Edge)

Jon Wolfe“What Are You Doin’ Right Now”

LiveWire“Drivin’ You Outta My Mind”

PawnShop Kings“Make Me Whole”

Steff and the Articles“Call You Mine”

Tebey“Now I Do”

Radney Foster“California” (Live on Texas Music Scene)

Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen“Yeah, Man” (Live on WAMU’s Bluegrass Country)

The Shires“Tonight” 

John Howie, Jr. & The Rosewood Bluff “Suspicion” (Live at Schoolkids Records)

James Reams and the Barnstormers“Almost Hear the Blues”

  1. Donald
    July 28, 2014 at 1:53 pm

    I’m guessing that is meant to read ‘re-release’ Detroit to Wheeling, as the double album originally appeared on Pinecastle in 2003. A very inspired set, by my recollection.

  2. Tom
    August 5, 2014 at 5:53 am

    …pickin’ 10 essential dwight yoakam songs is like pickin’ the essential drop in the ocean.

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