Sunny Sweeney is her own woman. It’s her approach and songs that make this album the standout that it is. It’s her honesty, and the way the sentiments marry perfectly with the music that make “Married Alone” a pretty excellent example of everything country music is supposed to be.
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Alex Key, Autumn McEntire, Bella White, Cahalen Morrison, Hannah Blaylock, Hellbound Glory, Jonathan Terrell, Josh Morningstar, Kelsey Waldon, Leroy Virgil, Parker McCollum, Sunny Sweeney, Vince Gill, Wade Bowen
There are only a few women out there in country music that you would ever dare considering using the exemplifying qualifier of “Outlaw” with, but Sunny Sweeney sure fits the bill. She’s a full-blown independent music maverick these days.
Certainly, when you first dive into ‘Mercy,’ there is sort of a Groundhog Day feel to it all. But the deeper you listen, and the more times you cycle through, the songwriting and the passion behind Mercy begin to reveal themselves more definitively, as does the album’s appeal.
The 12-track album was culled down from 30 songs Jinks recorded in May with his backing band the Tonedeaf Hippies at the Sonic Ranch recording enclave in West Texas. As part of the release, Jinks has formed his own label called Late August Records with his longtime manager.
Carll’s coming out and saying with his upcoming record called You Get It All to be released October 29th on Dualtone that his country roots rise to the surface. ““A lot of musical styles found their way onto this record, but my first and most formative influences came from country.”
Cody Jinks has officially formed his own record label called Late August Records, and looks to be prepping the release of not one, but two new albums in late 2021—one as his latest effort in the country realm, and a long-rumored heavy metal record Cody appears to have recorded.
True country music has lost a major champion and local legend after it was revealed Friday afternoon (4-30) that Dustin Boyer—the beloved owner of the local honky tonk Duke’s Indy in south Indianapolis, Indiana—has died. A long time traditional country fan…
During an era when we search for heroes and better alternatives, but the letdown and heartbreak you often feel as a true country music fan seems to linger around every corner, Cody Jinks has risen to become the artist who uncompromisingly delivers on the promises of his potential.
Where Cody’s last album ‘Lifers’ seemed to focus more on his dedicated fans and the hardscrabble, blue collar lives they lead, ‘After The Fire’ is much more introspective and inward-looking. It’s about Cody’s struggle to balance music and life, trying to be a good husband first before becoming the big star some would love to see him become.
Well the cat’s out of the bag. We’re not just getting one new album from Cody Jinks in 2019, we’re getting two. The first we’ve known about for a while and is called After The Fire due out October 11th with what appears like a campfire shooting the middle finger on the front. Then the […]
Somerset, Kentucky-based singer and songwriter Jordan Foster was playing a show Saturday, July 20th at Champions Sports Bar & Grill in Richmond, Kentucky when no other than Cody Jinks walked in the door. Jinks was in town playing two sold out shows at the Eastern Kentucky University’s Center for the Arts only a couple of blocks away.
When Merle Haggard passed away on his 79th birthday, April 6th, 2016, it left a gaping hole in country music, and a gaping hole in the hearts of his fans. In the years afterwards, fans of the Hag have gathered in bars and clubs on April 6th across the country to pay tribute to the country music legend in song.
Adam Lee, Bill Kirchen, Hagfest, Jaime Wyatt, Joe Macheret, Joe's Truck Stop, Joey Allcorn, Josh Morningstar, Merle Haggard, Nathan Kalish, Otis Williams and the Midnight Cowboys, Southgate House Revival, The Tillers
Ahead of the July 27th release of Cody’s new album Lifers comes the debut track “Must Be The Whiskey” written by underground country artist Josh Morningstar. A bit more than just your average drinking ode, the song delves into the revolving door that hard alcohol can be—drinking to numb the pain of a broken heart…
Cody Jinks will be releasing his latest, highly-anticipated record Lifers on July 27th through Rounder Records who just signed a deal with the Ft. Worth-based songwriter, and Jinks will be releasing a new single “Must Be The Whiskey” on June 15th. Now we have a track list for Lifers, which gives us a little more insight into what to expect.
One year ago Thursday (4-6), on Merle Haggard’s 79th birthday, the country music legend passed away surrounded by close family on his ranch in California. Merle Haggard left a mark on country music that was unparalleled, and his death still leaves a gaping hole in the hearts of many country music fans.
Adam Lee, Alaska & Madi, Ben Haggard, Big Little Lions, Billie Gant, Blake Turner, Bo Phillips, Chris Acker and the Growing Boys, Don White, Hagfest, Haggard Boxcar Festival, Harley Hamm, Heath Wright and The Hangmen, James Carothers, Jim Paul Blair, Joe's Truck Stop, Johnny Owens & The Buck Fever Band, Josh Morningstar, Maria Carrelli, Merle Haggard, Monica Taylor, Noel Haggard, Pat Hu & The Kentucky River Ramblers, Southgate House Revival, straw boss, The Harold Kennedy Trio, The Strangers, Thorn County
“Marty Shine” is what many of his friends call him. He’s the owner of the Moonshine Sauce Company who through a series of events over the last year or so has gone from slaving over a hot barbecue pit to playing festival promoter at this weekend’s Outlaw Fest at the Edgehill Farm in Oakland, KY. “Good food makes good friends.”
Big 'G', Billie Gant, Billy Joe Shaver, Dallas Moore, Florida Georgia Line, Josh Morningstar, Moonshine Sauce, Outlaw Fest, Raelyn Nelson, Terry Jennings, The Steeldrivers, Waylon Jennings, Whey Jennings, Willie Nelson