But this is no ordinary cover project. “Talking Dreads is much more than a cover band,” Bowie says.
Did we say this could be in contention for album of the year? 'Victor Wainwright and the Train' will undoubtedly be in the running.
It’s always nice to see artists turn the blues on its head a little bit.
Taking roots-rock, blues, alt country, and folk, Corne blends the twelve tracks on 'Happy Songs For The Apocalypse' into a sonically engaging offering.
The idea was for a group of close musical friends to have fun recording an album. Nailed it!
The sheer audacity to envision these tracks as she has and then deliver them with the fearless and unabashed abandon she does speaks volumes.
In a sea of "self-professed rootsy rebels," Michelle Malone stands as a beacon. She is the real-deal, and 'Slings & Arrows' is her validation.
Parcek always does what’s right for the song and isn’t just trying to blow the listener’s mind.
If 'Rough Cut' from Curtis Salgado and Alan Hager don't garner every award there is this year, then there is no justice in the world.