GAC Album Review: Will Hoge’s Never Give In

An independent artist whose last major label release was in 2003, it’s possible Americana singer/songwriter Will Hoge is one of those great musicians you haven’t heard of but have undoubtedly heard. Will’s current single “Strong” serves prominently as the theme song for the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado (it’s the one you love in the Chevy truck [...] Read More

GAC Album Review: Thomas Rhett’s It Goes Like This

Thomas Rhett’s brand of country is meant to push boundaries. The 23-year old son of singer/songwriter Rhett Akins has quickly become known along Music Row for blending a downhome drawl with country storylines and a dose of self-aware hip hop. Thomas co-wrote Jason Aldean’s Joe Diffie-inspired thumper “1994” as well as Florida Georgia Line’s No. [...] Read More

GAC Album Review: High Cotton: A Tribute To Alabama

As a band that so successfully blended elements of country with Southern rock, it should come as no surprise that Alabama’s influence runs wide. Helping to celebrate their 40 years of music, top Americana, roots and traditional artists pay homage to the Country Music Hall of Famers on High Cotton: A Tribute To Alabama. Available [...] Read More

GAC Album Review: Eric Heatherly’s The Goats Of Kudzu

Divorce, bankruptcy and plain old bad luck have marked much of the last decade for country/blues guitar slinger Eric Heatherly. Eric, who scored a Top 10 hit in 2000 with his debut single, a cover of the Statler Brothers‘ “Flowers On The Wall,” endured a long list of hardships ranging from splitting with labels to [...] Read More

GAC Album Review: Willie Nelson’s To All The Girls…

Willie Nelson’s third studio album in less than 18 months pairs the music icon with a who’s-who list of female vocalists for a moving collection of duets. To All The Girls…, which is available now, is a love letter to women everywhere as the 80-year-old entertainer orchestrates a thoughtful and inspired project. Over the course [...] Read More