The Hardcore Troubadour releases his third album on October 17, 1988. Rolling Stone calls it “power twang.” Earle calls it “the world’s first blend of heavy metal and bluegrass.”
You’re an alright guy …
Sheryl Crow releases her sophmore album — and my favorite — on September 24, 1996.
Unlike her debut album, this one is all hers — written and produced by her and her alone.
It includes “Redemption Day,” a song that Johnny Cash took a fancy to and recorded just before he passed away. Sheryl included it on her latest release, “Threads” as a duet and it’s a damn show-stopper.
Tanya Tucker opens up about her new album ‘While I’m Livin’,’ produced by Brandi Carlile and Shooter Jennings.
Simpson recorded Sound & Fury, which he self-produced, in Waterford, MI, at the McGuire Motor Inn.
Because … why wouldn’t he?
That’s our duty, to know what’s going on. And that’s another part of listening. Listen to several sources and then come up with your own conclusions, see what the other person is thinking or saying as well. Because we are in this together.
Americana songwriter Jim Lauderdale talks new album ‘From Another World’ and why people should listen more.
Lucinda’s Grammy Award winning album is released on June 30, 1998. It features appearances by Emmylou Harris and The Hardore Troubadour — Steve Earle. Some call it one of the greatest alt-country albums ever and it sits at #304 on Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.