In August’s candid Rolling Stone cover story shortly after Eric Church announced his sixth album was in the works, readers learned exactly what the North Carolinian has been shouldering since his Holdin’ My Own Tour wrapped last May. It was the first time the songwriter had spoken out regarding the turmoil and angst of the last year, his processing of it all and the outcome: a collection of 11 songs that tell a broader story with today’s release of Desperate Man.
We all like to grumble from time to time and Aaron Watson is no different! The mere mortal can in fact remember the last time he complained about hard work.
It was one summer when he was a young boy and his father, who worked as a custodian at the time, had asked him to help him clean bathrooms at a church. That afternoon, Watson’s friends were wasting their summer away at the pool, and he wanted to be swimming with them.
Ashley Monroe’s “Sparrow” and Brothers Osborne’s “Port Saint Joe” are out now! Two of the most anticipated albums of 2018 so far, and certainly not to be missed! We take a look at both below! Continue reading
KATE ELLIS NEW SINGLE ‘I BELIEVE’ OUT TODAY
With her debut album ‘Carve Me Out’ declared a highlight on ‘Best of 2017’ lists across multiple music blogs and radio shows (Your Life in a Song; Laurel Canyon Music; Mike Ritchie on Celtic Music Radio among others) and hundreds of thousands of fans streaming her songs and videos across the world; one of London’s most exciting independent acts Kate Ellis has announced her next single will be the fan-favourite ‘I Believe’, along with a run of tour dates from February – April.
SCOTTY McCREERY’S LONG-AWAITED ALBUM ‘SEASONS CHANGE’ – OUT 16th MARCH 2018
24-year old singer/songwriter McCreery has a lot to say on his new 11-track album, produced by Frank Rogers Rogers (McCreery’s See You Tonight, Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker), Derek Wells (guitarist for Kenny Chesney, Brett Eldridge, Little Big Town), and Aaron Eshuis (producer for Ryan Hurd, songwriter for A Thousand Horses, Joe Nichols, Cole Swindell).