Vern Daysel – “Call of the Wild” – technical prowess, raw emotion, and high-quality studio production
The first things we need to know, is that Vern Daysel is incredible on both vocals and guitar. His voice is soulful, raw and alluring, and his guitar work is fiery, spectacular and explosive... Read more
Wes Dean – “Looking For The Next One” – a slice of serious advice and a rocking rumble!
Virginia born and raised, Wes Dean always exceeds expectations by filling voids in the music with strutting confidence. “Looking For The Next One”, his sure-shot latest single, set to drop o... Read more
Levi Lee – “Outlaw” – an impassioned and expressive work!
Country music artist Levi Lee was born Near Detroit Michigan, and moved to Middle Tennessee near Nashville at a young age. Growing up he learned to play bass, guitar, piano and to sing, than... Read more
Sugarcane Jane – “Ruffled Feathers: Songs in the Key of Me” – a well-oiled machine that ploughs an Americana furrow!
In the light of hindsight, and the current state of political affairs in the USA, the album “Ruffled Feathers: Songs in the Key of Me”, may take on all kinds of connotations and receive vari... Read more
Hybrid Blues – A slice of organic blues that mesmerizes!
Out of Aotearoa (New Zealand), Hybrid Blues are a 4-piece band, made up of Mike Everard (guitars, vocals), Adam Pendred (bass), Mark Schaumann (drums) and award winning front-man, singer-son... Read more
Forest City & Friends self-titled album hits all the spots of your heart and soul!
“Forest City & Friends might be at the forefront of a wave of exciting hybrid-Rock projects, albums, and bands kicking into gear in 2020” begins a review by Jer at Sleeping Bag Studios.... Read more
Six Gun Sal – “Mama Said” – Dragging Southern Rock into the New Decade!
Signed to with Lil’ Chaos Records & Zebra Music Management, Six Gun Sal is a 7-piece Classic & Southern rock band. The members consist of Shannon Micheal’s (vocals), Dusty Lang (rhyt... Read more
Ray Ryder: “Wasting Time” is getting ready to set the music landscape alight!
Hailing from Western Australia, Ray Ryder has been writing, recording and touring his brand of southern country rock and country pop for years, delighting country music fans across the natio... Read more
Russ Still & The Moonshiners: “Bootleg (Batch 432)” – meaningful and skillfully delivered!
Russ Still & The Moonshiners formed their roots in Atlanta, Georgia. The six-piece outfit consists of front man Russ Still (vocals, guitar), Cam Still (keys), Ben Still (guitar, vocals),... Read more
Dr. C & the Gris Gris: “Graveyard Dog” proves to be as engaging and as heavy-hitting as anything…
Dr. C & the Gris Gris signifies the best of what happens when three talented musicians, who have nothing to prove, come together, leaving their egos at the door to simply create music th... Read more
Uncle Brent and the NostoneMusic Band: “Bobbing for Crapples” – heartfelt songs, a fearless unbridled sound, and a timeless feeling!
Uncle Brent and the NostoneMusic Band is an acoustic Americana Rock band that resides in the Austin area and book performances throughout in Texas. Uncle Brent has been writing, recording an... Read more
Whiskey Sharts: “#2” – comedic situations and lovable instrumentation!
Initially founded by the late Stan Mason Dixon, Whiskey Sharts is a more than devilish Southern rock band act hailing from Shartsville, who find their captivating strength in innumerable lew... Read more
Whiskey Sharts: If you have a penchant for Southern rock soundscapes and a sense of humor!
Whiskey Sharts is a Southern comedy rock band act hailing from Shartsville – a place no-one has even heard of. They have been said to take the “shit you say at the bar about important thin... Read more
Preacher Stone: “Remedy” – Southern Fried, Slap Your Face Rock n’ Roll!
The Charlotte, NC, area-based rock band Preacher Stone, was formed in January of 2008 by Sesac Songwriters / Publishers Marty Hill and Ronnie Riddle. The band has had plenty of national and... Read more
The Tolleson Experiment: “Babylon Son” – Christian blues in the Southern rock tradition!
The Tolleson Experiment is a six piece blues-rock outfit from Nashville with strong spiritual interests and known for their powerful original songs, heart-pounding blues sound, and airtight... Read more
The Copas Brothers: “Towboat Song” – a blend of country, bluegrass and blues within a Southern rock context
The Copas Brothers played their first gig on March 3, 1974 at Club Le Cheval in Baker, LA on Plank Road. The band did covers of old Bluegrass gradually working in original songs then playing... Read more
Dead 27s: “Chase Your Devils Down” will truly rock your soul!
Since 2012, the Dead 27s has been relentlessly making their way through the booming Charleston, SC music scene. They have opened for bands such as Toubab Krewe, Patterson Hood, Col. Bruce Ha... Read more
Chris Bartlett: “FOLLOW” Raspy and melodic, like hot bourbon poured over honey
Since declaring his status as a full-time and pro-musician in 2005, Chris Bartlett has immersed himself in every possible angle of the music industry and has truly set a new standard with hi... Read more
“You Are Here”: The Amberson-Baggett Band Go Way Over The Classification of Southern Rock!
Where have these guys come from? Close your eyes and it’s easy to feel like you are back in the 60’s/70’s while taking in this riveting piece of music. It has easily been 2... Read more