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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by ndcaster, Aug 9, 2018.
No kidding! I can't believe it took 3 pages before a mention.
Amanda Ann Platt, with her band The Honeycutters. Classic songwriting.
I've stopped watching all the country music awards shows because the insist on bringing on pop acts to mix in.
JR definitely one of my favorites for over 40 years now.
I still think there's more than a ray of hope, for Nashville.
People keep pouring in, lots of folks with crazy skill sets, it is a growing community with a rapidly growing tax base and I just feel like, somehow the people with better music in them will shove all the dreck out of the way. The result is probably not going to be what we remember as Country from the 50s and 60s, but it will, I think, be much better than the Nashville Pop Schlock that's being given priority right now.
She's the one.
She's no one trick pony, either!
New Whitey Morgan & the 78s album coming out in October and a new single out now
Not *exactly* country, but I saw him open for his old man a few years ago, and he is the real deal.
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if you like old school country - The Osborne Brothers do it pretty well.
Cody Jinks coming to Knoxville in Nov. It's going to be awesome
I like some of the New Old School people. The Cactus Blossoms http://thecactusblossoms.com/ covering Crazy Arms (1956):
what country music today doesn't suck?
Johnny Cash At San Quentin still doesn't suck in 2018.
Brothers Osborne. One of them can tear it up on a tele. I just saw them a few weeks go and man can he play.
John. And yes, he is an amazing player.
And there's the podcast about country music that definitely doesn't suck! Essential listening for anyone interested in any music, not only country. Fantastic stories relating to the history of country skillfuly told by Tyler Mahan Coe.
The Time Jumpers.
I've found some amazing music in this thread and want to thank everyone. It's only fair that I contribute as well. I first read about Sasha McVeigh in a small snippet in Guitarist, a UK guitar magazine that I've subscribed to since I picked it up at a newsstand in Stirling, Scotland. She's a UK country artist. I kid you not. She's good and she's grown on me.
This link will get you to her web site where you can click on a single she released. There's more great material on her album and some good acoustic music from before the album on YouTube.
I hope you enjoy it.
Lots of good stuff here, plus a bunch I’ve never heard of. Guess I know what I’ll be doing today.