Category: – CD Reviews

CD Review — South Austin Moonlighters

CD Review — South Austin Moonlighters

| July 21, 2016 | 3 Replies

By Houston Hall I first saw the South Austin Moonlighters a few weeks ago at a Texas Red Dirt Roads Radio Show with Justin Frazell that was held at Billy Bobs Texas in Fort Worth. Right away, when they started off their first tune in the song swap, I knew there was something to look […]

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Gospel Lee — CD Review

Gospel Lee — CD Review

| March 17, 2016 | Reply

by Mitchell Weiss, Scene In Town contributor Gospel Lee, Brilliant, Independent label Hailing from Oklahoma, now residing in Arizona, Gospel Lee is a Christian hip hop artist who is delivering us his 3rd EP titled Brilliant. Off the bat, the first thing you might notice about this album is its very genuine hip hop sound. […]

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CD Review — Sarah Pierce “Barbed Wire”

CD Review — Sarah Pierce “Barbed Wire”

| March 5, 2016 | Reply

First published in the March 2016 issue of Buddy Magazine Sarah Pierce, Barbed Wire, Little Bear Records And speaking of life in the small town, Texas singer/songwriter Sarah Pierce has produced a near-biographical collection of songs on her latest release, Barbed Wire, which will be showcased on March 18 during the SXSW festivities in Austin. The title […]

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CD Review — Don Henley’s “Cass County”

CD Review — Don Henley’s “Cass County”

| February 15, 2016 | Reply

First published in February 2016 issue, Buddy Magazine Don Henley, Cass County, Capital Records We’ll all know on February 15 if one of the songs on Don Henley’s latest solo effort, Cass County, has landed the former Eagles member another Grammy. “The High Cost of Living,” with Merle Haggard having joined Henley on vocals, is nominated for […]

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Neal McCoy— You Don’t Know Me — A Whole New Voice

Neal McCoy— You Don’t Know Me — A Whole New Voice

| February 10, 2016 | 2 Replies

Originally published in February issue, Buddy Magazine, all photos are courtesy Mary Jane Farmer, Scene In Town When you’ve listened to a musician for decades, taking in his hit-making, award-winning, neo-traditionalist honky tonk songs, you think you know him well. That’s what Texas baritone Neal McCoy has shown the world since winning a talent contest […]

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