Full review of Andersen's stellar performance at The Tin Pan is posted over on the Playing With Fire tab
Punk and New Wave were exploding on the scene, and yet the sounds of country rock were still on the airwaves circa 1979-1981
I never understood why this great song from The Hollies didn't chart higher than #60 in the US. Here's an "up" song to start your day.
Here, Bramblett takes a simple story song and seasons it with the observations of an older man, namely, the character the song is named after...
J.M. McSpadden III is a writer and a roots music enthusiast who believes that every life needs to find its own soundtrack, and every road trip is an opportunity to full tilt boogie. Let's face it, people, a car ain't nothin' but a stereo on wheels.