"Keb’ Mo’ has never been merely a bluesman but an artist with an adventurously wide stylistic range that covers all Americana. His first album in three years encompasses plaintive folk, barbed R&B and a bit of Dixieland jazz." - CMT edge
"Pardi maintains a certain roughness, and a clear fondness for more hardcore honky-tonk music." - NPR
"Smoldering Otis Redding-inspired country-soul ballads.. full-bore blues-rock, down-home roots and soul… uproariously funky and melodic homespun tales that are gritty and deeply personal, confrontational and universal. Grey’s resonant, smoldering vocals are potent and authoritative, mature beyond his age." - Harp
"While Gaelic Storm plays Celtic music that hearkens back to the traditional music of Ireland, they are hardly traditionalists, adding modern sounds and drawing influences from American rock and pop as well as music styles from all over the world." - Irish Central
"Calling Lucero a 'Southern rock' band is limiting. But the seven-piece group does play a version of rock and roll with Tennessee accents audible in their vocals and attitudes apparent in their frequent requests for whiskey shots." - Paste
Mike Rutherford, a founder member of one of the most successful groups of all time, Genesis, formed Mike + the Mechanics in 1984 and created a side project that would go on to sell 10m records worldwide. Globally known for hits including ‘The Living Years’, ‘All I Need Is a Miracle’, ‘Over My Shoulder’, ‘Another Cup of Coffee’.
“Vince Gill is quite simply a living prism refracting all that is good in country music. He uses the crystal planes of his songwriting, his playing, and his singing to give us a musical rainbow that embraces all men and spans all seasons.” – Kyle Young/Country Music Foundation