George Jones Shows Signs of Age and Hard Living
Karlie Justus reviewed
a recent where he had a few slip-ups, but still conveyed heartache through is performance. George Jones concert
Brian T. Atkinson has a brief interview with Sugarland’s Kristian Bush for Austin360.
My Kind of Country reviewed , which isn’t formally available but can be picked up on the cheap used. Vern Gosdin‘s 1989 album Alone
Buddy Cannon, Jamey Johnson and Emmylou Harris had a few words to say about in Peter Cooper’s article about the legend’s passing. Vern Gosdin
Country California is hosting one last Vern Gosdin giveaway for his Super Hits CD. The Saving Country Music blog is high on the
.357 String Band ( MySpace) and bass player Rick Ness after witnessing a recent concert.
Ninebullets.net described , the fourth album from Do Right Wrong The Devil Makes Three, as “a vaudevillian mashup of country, punk with a little pirate, and ragtime tossed in for good measure” and says it’s essential listening.
Richie McDonald’s song “6 Foot Teddy Bear” received the worst rating yet in Farce the Music’s .99 reviews.
Alt-512 posted audio from the first monthly songwriter night at Austin’s Mean Eyed Cat bar. Lew Card from The Gunhands hosted the show and brought in Aimie Bobruck, Brennen Leigh and Kevin Galloway (from Uncle Lucius) for the debut.
Russell Hall reviewed the new , Slaid Cleaves album Everything You Love Will Be Taken Away, for No Depression.
Jason Michael Carroll talks about the process behind his new album, Growing Up Is Getting Old, in an interview with CMT’s Edward Morris and says that he views this as his make-or-break album. He also has a new available at CMT. Unplugged at Studio 330 session
Still Is Still Moving posted a YouTube video of The clean-shaven, suit-wearin’ Nelson was introduced as the Mickey Mantle of country music and performed a medley of “Hello Walls,” ” Funny How Time Slips Away,” “Night Life” and Crazy.” Willie Nelson on the Grand Ole Opry in 1965.