Monthly Archives: July 2020

Great Forgotten Records: Dirty Angels – “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye”

Welcome to the start of  a series looking at some great records that you might have missed. The first is 1976’s “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye” by Connecticut Power Pop band the Dirty Angels. Watch here and find out what your musical palette may have missed.

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Graham Bramblett

If you follow any recommendation that I make this year, please, please, please, make it “Tom T. Hall T-Shirt,” the opening track on the new EP, “The Great Inbetween” by Graham Bramblett. The song has more attitude in it than one could ever ask for. It also made me reach for a record by the […]

Ranking Records—The 10 Best LPs of 1977

Here’s a look at the records I loved most back in 1977, a year that most of us will remember as when Punk Rock first started to come to vinyl. Again, for me it was hard to overlook some of the great work released by some of my favorite artists. Nonetheless, there may be some […]

Ranking Records—The Byrds

If you are a current fan of Americana music, I hope that you have taken some time to get to know the music of The Byrds. Undoubtedly one of the most influential American bands of all time, their legacy includes being pioneers of what was later labeled as Folk Rock, Psychedelic Rock and Country Rock. […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Lake and Lyndale

Photo by CreateWell Channing Marie is singer and collaborating songwriter with the folky foursome that call themselves Lake and Lyndale. The band just released a new single “Still Here” and you can watch them change clothes in their fun official music video here. This latest release is their third single since moving to Music City […]