GAC Album Review: Chris Knight’s Little Victories

Drawing inspiration from the blue-collar struggles of his hometown, Slaughters, Ky., Chris Knight’s eighth studio album, Little Victories, is a gritty and unflinching look at the troubles facing small town America. There’s a desperate tension running through the 11-song set, due in stores September 11, as the portrait here is often bleak. Yet, through Chris’ [...] Read More

GAC Album Review: Love and Theft

In the three years since Love and Theft released their debut album, World Wide Open in 2009, the group has undergone some major changes. The biggest shifts involved the closing of their label and the departure of member Brian Bandas, leaving fellow founding members Stephen Barker Liles and Eric Gunderson searching for a new deal [...] Read More

Willie Nelson’s Annual Farm Aid Concert Scheduled for September 22

Farm Aid has announced that its annual benefit concert will return to Pennsylvania’s Hersheypark Stadium on September 22. Willie Nelson, who also serves as Farm Aid’s president, and fellow board members John Mellencamp, Neil Young and David Matthews with Tim Reynolds are scheduled to perform, along with Jack Johnson, ALO, Pegi Young & The Survivors, [...] Read More

GAC Album Review: Kip Moore’s Up All Night

Kip Moore seems to to be a bit of a free spirit. Raised in South Georgia, he attended college on a golf scholarship before moving to a self-described “hut” in Hawaii after graduation. And while packing not much more than a surfboard and a guitar, he wrote songs constantly and chose to follow his musical passion [...] Read More

GAC Album Review: Logan Mize’s Nobody In Nashville

Somewhere between the rough edges of Texas Red Dirt and the expansive, open guitars of the American Midwest, Logan Mize is writing his own musical story. Nobody In Nashville, the 26-year-old’s sophomore album, blends themes of Texas artists like Pat Green and Reckless Kelly with the steady-rockin’ approach of Heartland icons like Tom Petty and [...] Read More