Phenomenal player Jerry Douglas put together an all-star cast of musicians to pay tribute to the great Tut Taylor. Its new workings of classic Taylor tunes will blow your socks off. Douglas assembled 14 of the world’s greatest players to interpret compositions penned by Taylor and then enlisted Nashville’s finest musicians to record this treasure of songs. This truly is a collector’s dream, not to mention that all the proceeds went to Tut Taylor.
On a crisp night in March, close to 200 Country Music fans sat quietly and respectfully as Victoria Shaw, sitting at the keyboard, sang, “The River.” Within a few notes, the fans recognized the tune from its days as a No. 1 hit, the fifth and final single from Garth Brooks’ 1991 album Ropin’ the Wind. What many in the audience may not have known about until that moment was Shaw’s participation with Brooks as co-writer of the song. […]
Country star Darryl Worley’s vision will soon become a reality when the new Darryl Worley Cancer Treatment Center celebrates its grand opening on November… […]
I recently conducted an interview with Jay Studdard (Bedhed), Fran Jackson (Blondy) and Austin Skinner (guitarist/vocalist in The Sleepwalkers). Q: Well, I’ve got to say […]