Charley Crockett – Lonesome as a Shadow

Growing up with a single mother in San Benito, Texas, the hometown of Tejano star Freddy Fender was not easy for blues singer Charley Crockett. Hitchhiking across the country exposed Crockett to the street life at a young age, following in the footsteps of his relative, American folk hero Davy … Continue reading

savingcountrymusic.com posts geat review for Jason Aldean – Rearview Town

Couldn’t resist the temptation to copy/paste this cracker of a review. So here we go again. Another new Jason Aldean album, and another machine gunning of blistering arena rock guitars, braggadocios rural boy aphorisms, self-aggrandizing affirmations of what a badass he is, with very little substance or sincerity delivered between … Continue reading

TME say thanks to John Prine.

A regular artist here at TME.fm Radio John Prine released a new album this year, here is the best review I could find. It’s followed up by an excellent biography and some tracks to listen to. On his first album of new songs in over 13 years, John Prine baits … Continue reading

Sons Of Bill To Release New Album Oh God Ma’am June 29th

Lead Single “Believer / Pretender” Streaming Now Via Brightest Young Things Virginia-based band of brothers Sons of Bill will release their fourth album Oh God Ma’am on June 29th. Today they have shared their new single “Believer / Pretender,” an opening salvo that encapsulates the approach the group takes on … Continue reading

ARKANSAS DAVE Releases self titled album today

Arkansas Dave’s debut album features a variety of influences including blues, rock and indie and features 13 tracks. The self-taught musician recorded the album in only eight days at Muscle Shoals’ infamous Fame Studios where legendary musicians such as Will McFarlane, Clayton Ivey and Bob Wray all recorded music. Arkansas Dave may be releasing his … Continue reading

Josh Rouse Releases  New Album Love in the Modern Age   via Yep Roc Records 

“A fresh sonic direction” – Albumism  “This is a masterful storyteller celebrating the nostalgia of his youth with his own feel.” – Forbes “A compact collection of cool, airy but caring songs about relationships in different stages of development or deterioration.” – Associated Press   “…intoxicating in an un-bummed-out Beck’s Sea Change sort … Continue reading

Elise Davis Shares New Single “Don’t Bring Me Flowers” From Sophomore LP Cactus Out This September

  Credit: Alysse Gafkjen This September, Elise Davis returns with her sophomore album Cactus, the follow up to her 2016 critically-acclaimed debut The Token. With Cactus, Elise moves between lush alt-country and stripped-down folk confessionals, gluing everything together with story-driven songs about independence, liberation, and resilience as an adult woman. Today, Davis shares “Don’t Bring Me … Continue reading

Singer-Songwriter John Craigie Shares “Scarlet” From New Album Scarecrow

John Craigie Shares “Scarlet” From Vinyl-Only Album Scarecrow   On Tour Now Opening Dates for Jack Johnson and Playing Summer Camp, Mountain Jam, and Pickathon Festivals this Summer  “The lovechild of Mitch Hedberg and John Prine…” – The Stranger  Portland, OR-based singer-songwriter John Craigie shared “Scarlet,” the lead single from his new full length Scarecrow. The … Continue reading

Austin’s Wood & Wire release North of Despair, TX songwriting + bluegrass

Wood & Wire North of Despair released April 13, 2018 on Blue Corn Music “…they find their stride in stories not about your standard, romanticized American west, but instead about the honest labor that raises up the state on a consistent basis.” –PopMatters “For Wood & Wire, part of that … Continue reading