Brothers Osborne : Pawn Shop
The release of this debut album from brothers TJ and John Osborne comes with a lot of industry hype and expectation. After a big 2015, in which debut single ‘Stay a Little Longer’ was nominated for a Grammy Read more... “Brothers Osborne – Pawn Shop Review”
Ahead of their debut album Pawn Shop TJ took some time out to chat with 2Country Radio’s Eddie Corrick.
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First things first, I love Miranda Lambert, I have a soft spot for Ashley Monroe, so Angaleena had a lot to live up to with the likes of Lambert’s Platinum and Monroe’s Like a Rose to compare her debut solo album American Middle Class to.
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Carrie Underwood : Storyteller
What can be written about Carrie Underwood that the country world doesn’t already know? Winner of American Idol in 2005, seven Grammy awards, seventeen Billboard Music Awards and eleven Country Music Awards. Since her debut album ‘Some Hearts’ in 2005 became the best selling female debut album in country music history she has reigned supreme as this generation’s ‘Queen of Country’ and even been recognized by Rolling Stone magazine as the female vocalist of her generation across all genres! Read more... “Carrie Underwood – Storyteller Review”
Old Dominion : Meat and Candy
Old Dominion (the nickname for the U.S. state of Virginia) have been a musical going concern now for eight years, comprising of four Virginians, Matt Ramsey (lead singer, guitar), Geoff Sprung (bass, vocals), Whit Sellers (drums), Brad Tursi (guitar, vocals), and Detroit, Michigan’s Trevor Rosen (guitar, keyboards, vocals), the band formed in Nashville back in 2007 as a way of showcasing their song writing credits. Read more... “Old Dominion Meat and Candy Review”
Eric Church – Mr Misunderstood
With the country world at his mercy thanks to his million selling album ‘The Outsiders’ Eric Church did what only a true outsider would do with the release of his new work, ‘Mr Mis-Understood’ and dropped it into the postboxes of fan club members out of nowhere in November with no pre-release hoopla Read more... “Eric Church Mr Misunderstood Review”