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Mirroring the vastness of the Texas landmark canyon after which the album is named, there is a lot of air in the arrangements on Shotgun Rider’s debut, “Palo Alto.” Spacy riffs and slow progressions dominate the songs, save for the pedal steel intro on “Steady As She Goes,” which is the closest...

As counterintuitive as it might seem, Chase Rice and the late George Michael have a lot in common. Both were their...

Coming off a string of six consecutive #1 hits from his first two albums, “(Bring You Back and Illinois), Brett...

Gretchen Wilson Ready To Get Rowdy-2017 (Redneck Records) Gretchen Wilson is best known for her 2004 smash hit...

Rick Monroe Gypsy Soul- 2017 (self-released) Reviewed by Michael Rampa Touring is an expensive undertaking. It’s...

  There are plenty of guitar gods that go by a single name moniker. Jimi, Eric and Eddie to name a few. But...

Barbara Blue Sweet, Strong, &Tight 2016 (Big Blue Records) 13 songs, 51 minutes by Michael Rampa Any songstress...

John Gorka Before Beginning- 2016 (Red House) by Michael Rampa John Gorka travelled the indie route when it...

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