REVIEW: Allman Betts Band’s “Down to the River” is Full of Catchy Hooks

One of summer’s most anticipated releases is the debut album from the Allman Betts Band, Down To The River, which releases on June 28thvia BMG. The band has already been heavily touring in pre-support of the release,  and undoubtedly will continue to do so. I attended an early show of the tour and you can […]

Continue Reading

REVIEW: Tim Easton’s “Exposition” is Vibrant Personal Testimony with Indefinable texture

Tim Easton’s Exposition is destined to be memorable for a variety of reasons. First and foremost, it’s a vibrant, personal testimony from a songwriter that demands to be heard. The ten songs that comprise the album are undoubtedly unique in their composition and execution. But also, the album will be infamously memorable (particularly for the […]

Continue Reading

Show Review: Shooter Jennings Delivered Standout Show in OKC, with Joshua Ray Walker and Vincent Emerson

I can’t help but speculate that there were many attending Shooter Jennings’ Tower Theatre show that were expecting something different Saturday night. Okay, perhaps “many” is an exaggeration, but undoubtedly there were some that got more than they bargained for. Leading up to show time, I overheard several conversations geared towards that “other“ Jennings. You […]

Continue Reading