Blues/Country/Folk in the magazine
  • Sarah McCoy Calms the Rage
    Sarah McCoy Calms the Rage Sarah McCoy's Blood Siren is in Hi-Res 24-Bit on Qobuz!
  • Back to Blues
    Back to Blues For some years now, Barbara Hendricks has had the blues.
  • Cabaret Cocktail
    Cabaret Cocktail Beth Hart commands the stage with just one click of her fingers!
  • Cowgirl Supergroup
    Cowgirl Supergroup Three elves holding hands in the middle of a forest and looking to the sky with a sense of determination; the cover of the latest Pistol Annies album is rather puzzling, as is the title, Interstate...
  • Cash Behind Bars
    Cash Behind Bars In 1969, Neil Armstrong walked on the Moon and Johnny Cash discovered the stage of the San Quentin State Prison.
  • Tony Joe White dies at 75
    Tony Joe White dies at 75 There are some artists that just completely embody a genre, Tony Joe White was one of them. The king of swamp rock sadly left us this Wednesday at the age of 75. White will be remembered for hits s...
  • Desperately creative
    Desperately creative Country has always enjoyed a faithful fan base. Although the genre's golden age has since moved on from honkytonks and the Texas of the 1950s, it is hard to rival the charm of Eric Church.
  • The hat-trick
    The hat-trick One, two, three! That’s right, three albums in a single year for Joe Bonamassa!
  • Cooking with gas
    Cooking with gas Seasick Steve used a large bowl of simmering ingredients to prepare his ninth album, Can U Cook?
  • A tender tribute
    A tender tribute As a musician, an actor, a businessman and a Texan – if not American – icon, Willie Nelson once again proves with this 68th studio album that he isn’t done yet.