REVIEW: Wooks “Glory Bound” is Hand-Crafted Original Kentucky Bluegrass

Often overshadowed by its southern counterpart Tennessee, Kentucky has become something of a hotbed for the finest in the Americana, country and bluegrass resurgence the last few years. The Kentucky-based Wooks’ sophomore studio effort, Glory Bound, sees that train moving ever onward, but never losing sight of the hills and hollers they call home. Glory Bound was recorded by long time Elkhorn City, KY native, J.T. Cure, at Rickey Wasson’s Main Street […]

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REVIEW: Robert Connely Farr’s “Dirty South Blues” Is Rhythmic Sludgy Grooves with Jimmy “Duck” Holmes

Robert Connely Farr’s recent release, “Dirty South Blues”, was recorded at the Rebeltone Ranch in Alberta, Canada. Just off the winding banks of the Oldman River, nestled in the frontier foothills of Lethbridge, the rustic Western Canadian studio is a far cry from the shallow swales and swamps of Farr’s birthplace, the Mississippi Delta. Backed […]

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