Bluegrass is one of the hottest commodities in country music at the moment. All the more reason for Willie Nelson to jump on the bandwagon.
We have reached the point of insanity these days with the amount of albums coming out each week in the greater country and roots realm. It’s like a full-time job just keeping track of it all, let alone navigate through the sea of releases to try and find what may be appeal to you.
Brandy Clark, Brennen Leigh, Chapel Hart, Colter Wall, Dallas Moore, Gabe Lee, Jason Isbell, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Logan Halstead, Marty Stuart, Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives, Melonie Cannon, Miles Miller, Molly Tuttle, Molly Tuttle and Golden Highway, Nicholas Jamerson, Slackeye Slim, Summer Dean, Tanya Tucker, The Malpass Brothers, Tommy Prine
He wasn’t destined to have the big superstar career that he initially set out for, or that his talent deserved. But over his 40 years in the trenches as a songwriter, player, and producer, Keith Gattis became a superstar to those who knew him in the business, from Texas, to Nashville, to Los Angeles.
Melonie Cannon owes a special debut of gratitude to Vern Gosdin. She’s gives Vern credit for believing in her as a singer even before her own father did. Gosdin took Melonie under her wing when she was a teenager, and got her father to pay attention to her as a serious country vocalist.
Well because they’re fans of The Likely Culprits, of course. Who are The Likely Culprits? It’s a crew of seven all-star band members and session musicians who comprise some of the most highly-regarded pickers and singers in the country music business.
Ashby Frank, Austin Ward, Bonnie Raitt, Brandon Bostic, Brandy Clark, Buddy Cannon, Deanie Richardson, Garnet Imes Bowman, Jamey Johnson, Matraca Berg, Melonie Cannon, Ron White, Ronnie Bowman, Station Inn, The Likely Culprits, Willie Nelson