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Mile 0, Year 2

“It takes a lot of damn work to get down here…it ain’t easy…and I say that as someone getting paid to be here!  So, I truly appreciate each and every one of you for spending your money and time to be here with me. It ain’t easy, but it’s worth it…right friends?” – Jack Ingram […]

The Thin Line of Influence: Cornell to Stapleton to Carlile and Beyond

Much has been made the past few years regarding the slide of country from traditional sounds into pop-ish tendencies.  One of the usual excuses given for this transition is the amalgam of influences that have informed the modern artists making the music.  Some artists such as Kacey Musgraves and Maren Morris have used this to […]

PG Still Live After All These Years

There are dozens of records that have been landmarks for this scene over the past decades, but precious few standout as true monuments to a time, place and movement.  One such record is Pat Green’s Live at Billy Bob’s effort.  Originally recorded on December 4, 1998, and celebrated this past Saturday night as the crowning […]

{Brad's Corner} January 2019: Revised Resolutions

{Brads Corner}

January brings renewal, Steamboat and 12 months of high hopes.  The spirit of rebirth and change permeates every aspect of one’s life this time of year.   This is especially true in our little corner of the music industry.  Album releases, festival plans, touring routes and everything feels fresh. Oftentimes, as with most things in life, […]

{Brad's Corner} December 2018: Caretakers of the Bond

{Brads Corner}

The modern world unleashes a torrent of content at us each day.  At times it can feel like a fire hose of madness raining down on you.  It’s overwhelming.  We are in the midst of a rebuild here at Galleywinter headquarters and content has been light for that reason. Why shout into the void when […]