If known only for his guitar playing and production work with Dwight Yoakam, singer/songwriter Pete Anderson would still be a legend in both the country and alt-country genres. There is much more to Pete Anderson than the stellar licks on such Yoakam hits as "Guitar, Cadillacs" and "Streets of B ... More >>
Daryl at Sons of Hermann HallThere are lots of big shows this weekend, and the one about which much ado has been made is the [DARYL] reunion at Sons of Hermann Hall tonight. Since the band broke up several years ago, members have continued playing around town in various other capacities. Tonight, ... More >>
Nate RehlanderThe Boys Named Sue are cooking something up for Idol. Erv Karwelis sure must like what he's seen from The O's, John Pedigo and Taylor Young's bluegrass duo, which signed with Karwelis' Idol Records label back in October. Why's that? Well, 'cause today comes word that Karwelis has signe ... More >>
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Jim Lauderdale is the write man in the wrong place
Can Music City save country from Music Row?
This season's Christmas album offerings
The Blazers return with a record Just for You--and, hopefully, many others
Dwight Yoakam's the last great country singer left--and he doesn't need a twang to prove it
After the setback of the Cartwrights, Donny Ray Ford gets a taste of success
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