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Justin Moore Late Nights and Longnecks – 2019 (Big Machine) Reviewed by Michael Rampa Justin Moore bills “Late Nights and Longnecks” as “his most traditional album to date.” We’ve seen a lot of this recently in Music City. When an artist has some commercial success and is leery of the sell-out...

      Randy Houser is no stranger to commercial success. He has had three No. 1 hits on the Country Airplay...

     Michael Ray’s sophomore album, “Amos” is a tribute to his late grandfather. He...

Morgan Evans’ debut International album is truly a matter of personal preference. It straddles the line between...

Dan +Shay Dan +Shay – 2018 (Warner Nashville) Reviewed by Michael Rampa The track list on Dan +Shay’s self-titled...

  For his ninth studio album, “When The Good Guys Win,” Granger Smith used outside writers for half the...

Jason Aldean Rearview Town-2018 (Broken Bow) Reviewed by Michael Rampa If you liked Jason Aldean’s three previous...

Mirroring the vastness of the Texas landmark canyon after which the album is named, there is a lot of air in the...

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