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While Ray Charles was a first-rate interpreter of music of all stripes, he experienced some of his greatest commercial gains tackling country music—first with his groundbreaking 1960s Modern ... Read More
Like machinery that’s constantly evolving and changing, this musically unpredictable duo has largely left the sunny, acoustic-based sound of 2004’s Twice the Speed of Life in the dust. Read More
As revealed throughout The Band Perry’s debut album, this promising sibling trio’s dreamy, poetic sound is adequately commercial, but more introspective and engrossing than typical ... Read More
The most obvious departure on Toby Keith’s latest release is the absence of political statements like “American Ride” or “Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue,” which ... Read More
This Georgia-based sextet owes as much of its stylistic diversity to reggae singers, soul crooners and rock bands as it does to Charlie Daniels and his ilk. On Zac Brown Band’s new album, ... Read More

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