Jayhawks Reissues Due in July; Dolly Parton Releases New Video; Jimmy Dean Museum to Break Ground in June

Juli Thanki | May 29th, 2014

  • Jewly Hight interviewed Bobby Osborne about the Osborne Brothers’ new-old album Nashville, which is getting released on Pinecastle June 10.
  • In fake news, “Band Whose Music Nobody Cares to Claim Calls Self Americana.”
  • Gangstagrass has a new video. Watch “All for One” here.
  • On July 1, American Recordings/Universal will release expanded versions of The Jayhawks’ Sound of Lies, Smile, and Rainy Day Music. The 1997 touring lineup will reunite to play several shows later in the year.
  • Speaking of books about The Man in Black, Music Tomes reports that Robert Hilburn’s Johnny Cash: The Life won the Belmont Book Award for the Best Book on Country Music.
  • Construction on a Jimmy Dean museum will begin in Plainview, Texas next month. The museum is expected to be completed in August 2015.
  • The title track of John Hiatt’s forthcoming record, Terms of My Surrender (out July 15), is streaming on The Wall Street Journal’s Speakeasy blog.
  • American Songwriter’s Jim Beviglia takes an in-depth look at The Allman Brothers Band’s “Melissa.”
  • Our pal Dallas Terry of Galleywinter interviewed singer-songwriter Cris Jacobs, formerly of the now defunct Americana band The Bridge. Jacobs says that he’ll likely release a solo album later this year.
  • Farce the Music digs Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires’ blistering new Southern rock record.
  • Trace Adkins will resume touring in June. He’s taken some time off to deal with a number of personal problems earlier this year, including a stint in rehab, the death of his father, and his wife filing for divorce.
  • Download “Happy,” the opening track on John Fullbright’s new record. Fullbright also did a Q&A for Paste.
  • Dolly Parton released a video for “Home.”

  1. Dave D.
    May 29, 2014 at 3:38 pm

    Kudos to “The Shed” at Smoky Mountain Harley-Davidson. In addition to the preview of Dale Watson show there, the Daily Times article also had previews of imminent shows there from JP Harris and the Tough Choices, Mike Stinson, and Tim Carroll. Not too shabby for Mayville, TN (or anywhere else, for that matter).

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