Joy Williams and Angela Easterling: strong singer/writers in the Americana vein, yet so different.
In our November 2015 “Americana issue,” we featured acts including John Fogerty, Steve Earle and the Texas Tornados (with roots in Doug Sahm’s Sir Douglas Quintet). Here we continue to share some lesser known flip sides from the featured acts to discover or rediscover.
Goldmine spoke with Lovett during a rare week off, back home in the rural south Texas community called Klein, where his ancestors first settled in during the mid-1800s.
After 20 years in Austin, Cleaves is releasing his first live album titled ‘Sorrow & Smoke: Live at the Horseshoe Lounge,” on Music Road Records on September 6
A respected sideman, Mark Newman has graced the bands of the late Willy DeVille, Sam Moore and Sam The Sham. As a singer/songwriter, his music is pure Americana
In celebration of Orbison’s 75th birthday, Goldmine is giving away a prize package this Saturday.
This two disc set expands on the 1999 reissue by not only including the 1960 “Elvis Is Back!” album and but also the 1961 “Something For Everyone.”
This two CD set follows 2008’s “Personal File: Bootleg Vol. 1,” and digs deep into Cash’s archives to serve up plenty of previously unreleased material.
Credit Los Lobos with sticking together and staying relevant.
One brushstroke at a time, “The Johnny Cash Project” is gathering illustrations submitted by fans online into a living portrait of the country music legend.