GAC Album Review: Glen Campbell’s See You There

While in the studio to record his 2011 project Ghost On The Canvas, American music legend Glen Campbell cut a series of new vocal tracks for many of his career-defining hits. He didn’t initially intend for these to be released, but Glen’s aged voice and intimate delivery captivated producers Dave Kaplan and Dave Darling. Compelled [...] Read More

Glen Campbell Gives His Signature Songs a New Spin

Today the Associated Press announced Glen Campbell, who celebrates his 77th birthday today, will release a new album of new takes on his hits called See You There, out July 30. The album includes Glen’s signature songs such as “Gentle On My Mind,” “By The Time I Get To Phoenix,” “Hey Little One,” “Wichita Lineman,” “Galveston,” [...] Read More

GAC Album Review: Terri Clark’s Classic

Those looking for what traditionalists call country are hereby requested in the listening room. On her tenth studio album, Terri Clark – the Alberta, Canada native with a Music City soul – dishes up 11 of the genre’s most cherished possessions on a strikingly heartfelt collection. The aptly titled Classic, now available in the states [...] Read More

Dailey & Vincent Threepeat as Bluegrass Entertainers

Dailey & Vincent continued their winning ways during the 21st annual International Bluegrass Music Awards Thursday at the Ryman Auditorium. The act collected five trophies, including its third consecutive Entertainer of the Year honor. Dailey & Vincent also won Vocal Group and Recorded Event of the Year, the latter shared with Larry Stephenson for “Give This Message To Your Heart.” Dailey & Vincent Sing The Statler Brothers, recorded for Cracker Barrel, led the band to two additional victories: Album of the Year and Best Graphic Design for a Recorded Project. Appropriately, they performed “Elizabeth” during the awards show with a guest appearance on the third verse by Jimmy Fortune, who wrote and sang lead on the Statlers’ original 1984 release. Read More