Southeastern – Jason Isbell -A Portrayal Of Redemption

On his 2013 album Southeastern, singer/songwriter Jason Isbell looks "through the fires and the farmers diggin' dusty fields alone" and offers a carefully ... Read More

U of Music’s 35 Greatest Rock Covers Of All Time

U of Music’s Greatest Rock Covers Of All Time Keep in mind this list does not include Blues covers like the Allman Brothers version of Statesboro Blues, we ... Read More

The Blue Ridge Rangers- Have Thy Own Way, Lord- The Art of Acceptance

Have Thine Own Way, Lord - The Blue Ridge Rangers

Adopting an acceptance of the unknown and aspects of existence that appear to defy rational meaning is a choice that can lead to a deeper understanding of life. ... Read More

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Nickel Creek – Jealous of The Moon – There’s Nothing You Can Do If You’re Too Scared To Try

"Jealous Of The Moon," a poignantly touching song by Nickel Creek from their 2005 release Why Should The Fire Die?, was co written by Nickel Creek's Chris Thile ... Read More

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Gary Louris – She Only Calls Me On Sundays- Sunday In Song

She Only Calls Me On Sundays - Gary Louris

Sunday, the first day or the resurrection of a new week, is traditionally set aside to observe God and family. It is our extra day off, holding rest and peace ... Read More

Ryan Adams – Games – Jacksonville City Nights

Games - Ryan Adams & the Cardinals

Jacksonville City Nights, Ryan Adams’ second studio album with the Cardinals, was released in September of 2005. Named after Adams’ hometown of Jacksonville, ... Read More

Carolina Rain – Ryan Adams – The Art of Storytelling In Music

Carolina Rain - Ryan Adams

The art of storytelling in music is a distinctive form that draws from a rich tradition handed down through the ages. While every song tells a story on some ... Read More