Monthly Archives: May 2013

Miranda’s Sauce and Sass: Mama’s Broken Heart

Lady A is getting the royal treatment from mainstream press for their single, “Goodbye Town.” It’s little more than a showcase for those three-part harmonies only Nashville’s Civil War namesake can do. It’s sorry and it’s gloomy.  Nothing like “Need … Continue reading

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Goodbye Town: Check It for Chart Topping Disappointment

Rolling Stone calls it “gripping.” “Quite possibly, the best vocal that Charles Kelley has put down yet. The lyrics strike a nostalgic tone – at least at first – but the chorus tends to suggest that the past is not … Continue reading

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Top Shelf Reference: The Music of Business

For as long as it takes you to read The Music of Business, drop all vices and preconceived notions, then get ready for a heady ride. British author, Peter Cook has compiled a top shelf read that should remain in … Continue reading

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