Casey James Prestwood and the Burning Angels just finished recording their new album, Honky Tonk Bastard World, in the Nashville home of revered designer Manuel Cuevas, whose iconic Nudie suits have been worn by an array of country legends. It's an ideal pairing for the two, as the former has steadi ... More >>
After playing with Denver-based bands including G-Force and Autobahn in the '80s, James "Rooster" Olson made a name for himself with his company Trailer Trash Pedal Boards. Olson essentially revolutionized the pedal-board industry with his award-winning designs, which have been used by an array of t ... More >>
David Bromberg's eclectic musical expertise is rooted in the sounds of America. Since the 1960s, the singer and guitarist has drawn from a palette of influences, from bluegrass to ragtime, from country blues to New Orleans jazz. Taking lessons from the legendary Reverend Gary Davis as a Columbia stu ... More >>
Ten reasons to tune in country radio in 2006.
The Secret Machines locate the sweet spot between heartache and head rush.
Rounding up holiday discs that offer season's greetings -- and beatings.
After a year of renewal, Hall-of-Famer Jim Ibbotson gets down to the Nitty Gritty.
Jars of Clay rocks on the fringe of Christian music.
Jim Lauderdale has fought his way through the dregs of Nashville and emerged as a country keeper.
The Other Sessions (Dualtone Nashville)
Unwrapping our annual roundup of musical season's greetings -- and beatings.
Let's Make Sure We Kiss Goodbye
Ol' Dirty Bastard, Richmond Fontaine, Basement Jaxx, Barbra Streisand
Jimmy LaFave upholds American musical tradition one song at a time.
The best holiday discs, as well as others that will make you pity the yule.
Delbert McClinton has something better than a record deal: a sound all his own.
Del McCoury is one of the masters of a great American art form.
Lee Roy Parnell thought that slide guitar had a place in country music. He was right.
THIS YEAR'S CHRISTMAS DISCS PROVIDE SOME ROUGH SLEDDING.