Reviews

Randy Travis, ‘More Life’ – Song Review
It’s hard not to wonder if ‘More Life’ was chosen as a single from Randy Travis‘ ‘Anniversary Collection‘ album to allow the singer a chance to respond to his recent brush with infamy. The introspective ballad finds Travis asking for forgivenes…
Kip Moore, ‘Up All Night’ – Album Review
It’s a little early to call any album the best anything of 2012, but it’s no stretch to say Kip Moore‘s debut is the best by a new country artist this year, so far. ‘Up All Night’ introduces the gypsy from south Georgia as an inspiring stor…
Lee Brice, ‘Hard 2 Love’ – Album Review
Lee Brice‘s new album ‘Hard 2 Love’ feels like a half thank you note, half apology to his soon-to-be wife and their son. Not all of the 13 cuts were written by the ‘A Woman Like You’ singer, but put into the context of what is going on in his life, m…
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Greg Bates, ‘Did It for the Girl’ – Song Review
Newcomer Greg Bates makes it look much too easy in his debut song ‘Did It for the Girl.’ The tune is country music, stripped of pomp and circumstance. His sweet molasses voice doesn’t hide behind any trumped up studio tricks or vocal effects. While the sound isn…
Randy Houser, ‘How Country Feels’ – Song Review
A new wife, a new baby, a new record label … add it all up and you’ll find a new Randy Houser on his debut single for Stoney Creek Records. ‘How Country Feels’ drops the Delta Blues-soaked guitar riffs in favor of a sound more palatable to the fan of midd…

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