Posts tagged "Album Review"

Album Review: Dan + Shay’s Self-Titled Album

Dan + Shay’s self-titled project demonstrates not only how they’ve evolved musically, but also proves the purity in their songwriting.

Cillea Houghton • June 19, 2018

Album Review: Sugarland’s ‘Bigger’

Sugarland’s powerful messages alongside forward thinking production make Bigger an essential listen.

Annie Reuter • June 5, 2018

Album Review: Dierks Bentley’s ‘The Mountain’

The Mountain is a memorable release that will no doubt serve as a timeless addition to Dierks Bentley’s catalog.

Annie Reuter • June 4, 2018

Album Review: Michael Ray’s ‘Amos’

Michael Ray shows immense growth with his latest release, Amos, which shows off a well-rounded artist capable of honesty and depth.

Cillea Houghton • May 31, 2018


Album Review: Thompson Square’s ‘Masterpiece’

A work of art in itself, Thompson Square’s third album Masterpiece proves a welcomed return from the duo.

Annie Reuter • May 29, 2018

Album Review: Trent Harmon’s ‘You’ve Got ‘Em All’

It’s all about Harmon’s rich vocal that strongly leads his latest release.

Kelly Brickey • May 17, 2018

EP Review: Muscadine Bloodline’s ‘Movin’ On’

Muscadine Bloodline prove to be a promising country duo worth keeping on the radar with their upcoming release, Movin’ On.

Annie Reuter • April 25, 2018

Album Review: Keith Urban’s ‘Graffiti U’

Now having nine albums under his belt, Keith Urban continues to push genre lines with his latest release, Graffiti U.

Annie Reuter • April 24, 2018


Album Review: Brothers Osborne’s ‘Port Saint Joe’

On Port Saint Joe, Brothers Osborne prove exactly why they are the reigning ACM and CMA Vocal Duo of the Year.

Annie Reuter • April 18, 2018

Album Review: Ashley Monroe’s ‘Sparrow’

Ashley Monroe combines her captivating sound and daring writing style on her new full-length project, Sparrow.

Cillea Houghton • April 17, 2018

Album Review: Jason Aldean’s ‘Rearview Town’

Jason Aldean’s Rearview Town is full of country-rock arena anthems as well as showcases the singer’s vulnerabilities.

Annie Reuter • April 10, 2018

Album Review: Kacey Musgraves’ ‘Golden Hour’

Kacey Musgraves bares her soul in the most fascinating of ways across the 13 captivating tracks of new album, Golden Hour.

Cillea Houghton • March 29, 2018


Album Review: Ashley McBryde’s ‘Girl Going Nowhere’

Ashley McBryde’s major label debut, Girl Going Nowhere, is a versatile release that highlights the singer’s distinct talent as a songwriter.

Annie Reuter • March 26, 2018

Album Review: Jordan Davis’ ‘Home State’

Overall a standout debut that highlights Davis’ ability as both a vocalist and a songwriter, Home State marries big sounds and production with the vulnerability of his lyrics for a truly enjoyable listen.

Annie Reuter • March 19, 2018

Album Review: Scotty McCreery’s ‘Seasons Change’

For Scotty McCreery, the growth isn’t on the production side of his new album, Seasons Change… it’s in the lyrics.

Cillea Houghton • March 13, 2018

Album Review: The Oak Ridge Boys’ ’17th Avenue Revival’

The Oak Ridge Boys album, 17th Avenue Revival, shows that the ‘Mighty Oaks’ still have plenty of fuel in the creative ignition

Chuck Dauphin • March 12, 2018


Album Review: Wade Bowen’s ‘Solid Ground’

A versatile album that blends many sonic flavors and influences, Bowen’s Solid Ground continues to enhance the singer’s lengthy catalog.

Annie Reuter • February 7, 2018

Album Review: Montgomery Gentry’s ‘Here’s To You’

Though Montgomery Gentry’s Here’s To You album wasn’t recorded as a tribute to Troy Gentry, its release certainly is.

Cillea Houghton • January 31, 2018

EP Review: Kalie Shorr’s ‘Awake’

2018 could very well be the year of Kalie Shorr!

Chuck Dauphin • January 26, 2018

Album Review: Devin Dawson’s ‘Dark Horse’

Altogether a standout release, Dark Horse introduces Devin Dawson as an artist and songwriter who needs to be heard.

Annie Reuter • January 16, 2018