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FIFTH.HORSEMAN  02/17/2018          
Solid Ground
Album Review
TRUE TEXAS GREATNESS Well, you can count on a magnificently designed album cover to encapsulate even more musical greatness! Calexico meets Texas Full On times Wade Bowen Squared. And then some. Pushed further on inside his journey of artistic evolution, my all-time favourite singer-songwriter did it. Does it. Forever will. Yet again. Catch the authentic true-to-life flavour of If We Ever Make It Home's 2008 immortal greatness in one of my favourite new tracks, 'Broken Glass'. Pure middle of the night sincereness that catches an essence of heart-ache overcome by true passion. Or everyday life, for those who are willing to take the time to live in this very moment. Taking the plunge into the river of life that guides you towards Acuña and catapults you down memory lane as gazing into the eyes of a long lost love that never died. True Texan Soul for the free-spirited. Just follow the flow, folks. Celebrate life after death into life revisited, reborn in song & dance, dedicated to Guy Clark, who's immortal songs were recorded by the likes of Harris, Cash & Nelson. Yep. “Death, Dyin’ and Deviled Eggs, "That'll be 12.98 please, ma'am..." "Or better still, make that 7.30 while we're at it... all drinks on me!" Bask in Calexican rays of mellowness ('Day Of The Dead'), written in the sand by the album producer at hand, Keith Garris. "Prrrrrrrrrrr... hahah..."; indeed. Each track created and nurtured within the confines of the studio, immediately followed by the master recording sessions themselves. There's so much more to this book of musical notes than just a pretty cover. If you like true country-music without false pretences, just pick up this album, and shuffle through the layers with each repeated listen. You won't be disappointed... Needless to say you also should take a peek into past works 'Wade Bowen(2014)' which leads up nicely to another source of sheer songwriting beauty to be discovered inside such evergreen album that is 'If We Ever Make It Home' (2008). Three solid albums that stand the test of time... A time of continuous evolution that is the golden songcraft of this superb true music artist. "Oh, just like that... everything is blessed..." What can I say? Just hop in... enjoy. Full tracklist for 'Solid Ground': 01. “Couldn’t Make You Love Me” (Wade Bowen, Keith Gattis, Audley Freed) 02. “Day of the Dead” (Keith Gattis) 03. “So Long 6th Street” (Feat. Jack Ingram and Miranda Lambert) (Bowen, Gattis) 04. “Broken Glass” (Feat. Lucie Silvas) (Bowen) 05. “Death, Dyin’ and Deviled Eggs” (Feat. Jon Randall) (Bowen, Randall) 06. “7:30” (Bowen, Angaleena Presley, Waylon Payne) 07. “Acuña” (Feat. Lucie Silvas) (Bowen, Gattis, Freed) 08. “Compass Rose” (Bowen and Andrew Combs) 09. “Anchor” (Feat. Lucie Silvas) (Bowen and Jeremy Spillman) 10. “Fell in Love on Whiskey” (Bowen and Charlie Worsham) 11. “Calling All Demons” (Bowen and Seth James)
Sharon  11/27/2017          
Johnny Bush
Artist Review
The best that ever was, that is, or will be. A talent unequivocally unmatched, a sound remarkedly unique, but JB will pass through our lifetime like no other and for the most part, without much whoop or pizazz, but believe me, he's a once in a life time event to come our'll not see another like him. Just take the time to closely watch and listen and you might be lucky enough to see the amazing web he weaves as he sings!! You'll not even even be aware of others around in a room full of people. Yeah, those folks dancing hear the music they do that two step to but they aren't watching and listening!! That's one reason I like going by myself so I can watch and listen to his charisma and his voice as he sings and so smoothly spins his web. As a friend so aptly put it, The Legend is a Weave Master!!!
Sharon  11/27/2017          
Johnny Bush
Artist Review
Without a doubt, the purest honky tonk voice ever to come out of Texas, delivering pure country authenticity with that rare result of a mix of a great voice, superb craftsmanship and a sky-high emotional intelligence that sells any song with power, making his a very unique sound. Many up and coming musicians try following in his footsteps as he's such a highly regarded elder they all look up to with ultimate esteem. I believe he has a talent that goes much further than just talent. When he gets on stage there's seems to be an unparalleled uniqueness about him, I believe him to be a true one of a kind. He's probably the least flashy artist to ever step on a stage but once he gets started, that amazing charisma is electrafying....his music and that voice magnetically keep you drawn in to his unique sound!! Oh, did I mention that I'm a Johnny Bush fan? 😂🤣
ENOCH DOYLE JETER  11/23/2017          
John Inmon
Artist Review
No arguments, John Inmon is the best guitarist on this planet!
KB  10/23/2017          
A Long Way From Your Heart
Excellent album from beginning to end. Hope these guys never stray away from that Turnpike Troubadour sound. It all original. Nobody out there like these guys. Well Done!
Lora Callender  10/14/2017          
Jamie Richards
Artist Review
He is good and country.Also if his last name is Richards he is a distant relative to me. The Richards are also Richard's from France. Nice to know I have another one in country music.
Okie In The REDRIVER  10/08/2017          
Deryl Dodd
Artist Review
Hi! I like his music, but the last time I seen him was at Gillys @ Choctaw casino inDurant, Oklahoma. He didn't even get his merch off the trailer? I wish he would take it inside, because I want his new album that's old songs, but turned into duets. PLEASE BOBBY
Bobcat Luke  09/06/2017          
Cary Windham
Artist Review
Every song sounds same like an old alcoholic pedafile wrote and sang them. Hmmmm.
Great musician  07/16/2017          
Thomas Michael Riley
Artist Review
TMR is awesome performer and musician. His song have great story and meanings.
Gertrude Haynes  07/11/2017          
Tony Taylor
Artist Review
I saw Tony Taylor at The River Haus in Gruene & I was blown away by his songwriting & musical prowess. He can rewrite our favorite songs & make them his own. His voice, guitar & song together really resonate. He is not to be missed. I remember seeing George Strait in the 70's at Gruene Hall,he has a soulful quality like that.


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