Johnny Cash in his prime
A ferocious and intense live performance
Weird for the sake of being weird
The Raconteurs are not the modern-day Beatles…probably.
Imagine if Dave Matthews suddenly got way into Black Sabbath
Polished grit. Garage rock by seasoned professionals.
Akin to Elvis recording in the jungle room at Graceland
Jack White is single-handily thrusting rock music into the future with Boarding House Reach.
If you are interested to hear part of the creative process that went into making the Grammy award-winning swan song of one of the most influential bands of the past 30 years, then you should seek this record out.
Live at the Mayan, Los Angeles is not a sing-a-long rock album; it is not a headbanging rock album; it is a rock album that has a groove that ebbs and flows without being jarring.
Seriously, Margo Price is from another time. A time when genius female country songwriters ruled Nashville.
This record can be summed up in three words: polished garage rock.
Pearl Jam moves seamlessly between the grungy 90s alternative sound to the blues into modern jam band style and finally to their famous Eddie Vedder vibrato-laden ballads.
This is the most country that you will ever hear Jack White
Owning this 45 makes me wish that I owned a jukebox. And a bar. Or maybe a bowling alley.
Three styles of Jack White
Ashley Monroe is classic country.