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Red River Songs Reviewed

by: Storm Hoobler

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Red River Songwriter’s Festival. Red River, New Mexico. The teeth cutting Northern New Mexico town of Ray Wylie Hubbard, Robert Earl Keen, Michael Martin Murphy and some other song makers with serial killer names.… Read the rest

Are We To Judge?

by: Cody Starr

Brad turned me on to the Galleywinter seeded podcast, The Co-Write with Bobby Duncan and Donovan Dodd, (shout out, check it out https://thecowrite.wordpress.com/) and I’ve been binge listening to last year’s episodes. Last summer there were a couple of times the guys posed the question as to whether or not we could “judge” art or music.… Read the rest

A Troubadour’s Prayer Answered

by: Cody Starr

Dan Johnson’s latest single off his self titled album Dan Johnson and the Salt Cedar Rebels turned from prayer of desperation into a dream come true.

Most people trying to make it in this scene can relate heavily with “Troubadour’s Prayer.”  It’s a song about hopelessness and self-doubt that surrounds a struggling artist.

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Linville Album Release

by:  Richa Chandra

It was a Tulsa takeover of Nashville, at The Basement, tonight for the album release show of Travis Linville.

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Travis Linville played to an eager audience.  The lyrics were pure Americana with stories of longing, memory, love and melancholy touched with a healthy dose of optimism.  … Read the rest

Thanks For You

Each year around Thanksgiving, we survey a wide swath of our music scene to find out who/what they are thankful for regarding a particular topic.  In the past, this has focused solely on music.  Such as what song is Randy Rogers most thankful for or what album is Evan Felker most thankful for.  … Read the rest