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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Moxin24, May 9, 2011.
He's that dude.
He’s the worst
Yeah, his newest album is really good
Btw Duval, good rec on Joshua Ray Walker. Hadn't heard of him before
Best version of Kate McCannon
Saw him last year. Had a guy turn around and ask me why he had a song about murdering the chick from SNL.
That's the current rotation.
EDIT: And John Moreland if I want to be even more depressed than the other poor bastards can be.
I love Cody Jinks sound, but his songwriting leaves a lot to be desired
That’s why he’s a 2nd tier artist for me. I’ll listen and like some songs but he’s not a guy I go to a lot.
This guy knows music. A+ list. Add turnpike and youre set
I’ve never thought of it that way, but that’s a great way to describe it
Saw Brent Cobb last night, was a fantastic show. Guitars, Cadillacs was a nice surprise for a mid-set cover.
Fuck, this album is good. Have had Working Girl stuck in my head the last day or two.
But I'll be damned if Loud and Heavy and Hippies and Cowboys don't hit me right in the chest every single time.
I've probably already given it 4 or 5 full listens. It's amazing
One that I've found myself playing quite a bit. Dark as shit, but I cant get enough of it
"I laid in bed for an hour today
Trying to die from natural causes
In case the lord forgot to take me in my sleep"
Logged on to read the Washington Post and Margo Price is staring at me. Love that she’s getting the attention she deserves.
That was a good article and also really hit on the divide in country today.
Not that I give a shit about country radio these days, but those quotes from the radio guys are so fucking idiotic. “We just don’t know what to do with Margo Price.” Maybe just play her damn songs.
She doesn’t sing about trucks, guns, girls, or partying in the woods so they’re not wrong.
Speaking of Margo Price, she did an interview with Elizabeth Cook recently and said she recorded all three nights of her Ryman stint, and plans on releasing a live album and DVD from them.
SIAP but friendly reminder that Margo Price was featured on the Nashville episode of Parts Unknown.
Hell yes. The first night I took my 2yr old daughter to her first concert. Took the wife the 2nd night.
Paper Cowboy on Sunday night
If this could somehow include Tyler Childers the night he opened I may not listen to another album the rest of the year
maybe u should get Nancy Pelosi to give u some pub ?
Kacey Musgraves is the best
Two tangential thoughts:
I wonder when Tyler Childers is going to release something new? He’s very Sturgill-ish, so it wouldn’t surprise me if he takes forever between records.
Also, new Bingham is out Friday. I’m not encouraged based on what we’ve heard so far, but I’m holding out hope.
Half of the album will be decent and the other half pretty bad which has essentially been the norm since roadhouse sun.
I’d expect something from Childers next year. Hopefully we hear a release date for Sturgill’s new album soon since it was just about finished back in September
Mike and the Moonpies are putting out two new albums this year. Not wasting any time after the success of Steak Night at the Prairie Rose.
tae is bae
Charles Wesley Godwin just released his first album (I think). Loved the singles I heard already, and have been looking forward to this one for a while.
Hayes Carll and Ryan Bingham albums out too.
Great description. Voice is awesome but luke capstone said his lyrics are shit.
It’s really, really good.
5 songs in and holy shit this is phenomenal
I love that we all go back and forth between the two country threads and post new music. I'm guilty of it because I never know which one to use. I guess WTF thread started making fun of shitty country and evolved.
Thanks for posting. This is great stuff
For those that use twitter, saving country music is a good follow and he usually finds new good albums to listen to.
Triggers reviews are usually really solid
It warms my cold, black heart when they rake Kane Brown and his shitty music over the coals.
I enjoy the occasional tweet from this cat on my timeline
Anybody ever seen the documentary 'Heartworn Highways' and/or the 'revisited' version?
Looks pretty good
Heartworn Highways is great. Favorite "country music" doc will always be "Be Here to Love Me" on Townes, though.