Friday, August 18, 2017

John Lafayette Ramey's Exposition Lines Review

This is a very well composed album. John is a great singer with top notch structured songs. John's songs are catchy with a pop rock feel. Exposition Lines has a little something for everyone. If you like songs from the soul, you will like this album. This album will be released Oct. 20, 2017. For more info please visit

Thursday, August 17, 2017

A Love Like Texas Weather and The Rock Opera Review

Thanks to this submission I actually read a book this summer! The book is called "A Love Like Texas Weather." This book is a classic American love story based in Austin TX. Very good read, love the Shadow Queen. "The Rock Opera" is the album that accompanied this book. I am glad I read the book first because guess what, it's a musical and the book is the play and the album is the music! Between the book and the album my imagination put together a glourious musical in and about Austin. I would love to see this show. I have been to Austin and everyone I met was nice. There definitely is a magic about Austin and this musical production by Franky and the Band encapsulates that magic. I love musicals and this is another one to add to my list of favorites. The music is upbeat, uplifting with beautiful vocals and composition. A must check out for musical and Austin fans! For more info please visit 

Monday, July 31, 2017

Birdseed's Not Out of Time EP Review

I was honored to receive this limited edition vinyl record in the mail. With stickers!!!!!! Love it! The record is from a band called Birdseed out of San Francisco CA. The release date for this album is Aug. 4, 2017 with a follow up tour in the fall! Woooo! Tour time! This EP has a 70s rock vibe which I def dig! I love the song "We Can Do It." It has a good beat and I love the bongos;) Def a 70s soul vibe. For tour dates, EP info and band info please click here.

Sunday, July 30, 2017

Jennifer Saran's Album Wake Up Review

I really enjoyed this album. I love how Saran involved Ladysmith Black Mambazo into the album. Ladysmith Black Mambazo are a South African male choral group singing in the vocal styles of isicathamiya and mbube. Super awesome sounding. The whole album is uplifting, positive and refreshing. Saran's vocals are beautiful and on point. This album also features well known artist such as Carlos Santana and Narada Michael Walden. I definatley recommend taking a listen. This album was released July 7, 2017. For more information on Jennifer Saran and the album Wake Up please visit

Saturday, July 29, 2017

Honeyboy and Boots Album Macon Review

Well what can I say but that I was excited to get a album from Mississippi. My favorite song on this album is "Get it off the vine!" Its a old time rock n roll song about home grown tomatoes! Who writes songs about home grown tomatoes? This band and it ROCKS! This is a great duo out of Mississippi that compliments each other well. This album is a good mixture of folky bluesy rocky music. Love the harmonica in "Macon." Pick your copy up, learn more about the band or listen here.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Andrea Stray Into Blue Review

On August 4th, 2017 Andrea Stray will be releasing her new EP Into Blue. This EP has a chill western vibe to it that flows like water. Into Blue is a relaxing and refreshing EP. Although all the songs are awesome on the album my favorite is Forgive and Forget. For more info please visit

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Mick Wynne "World of Mick EP" Review

Today I had the pleasure to hear Mick Wynne's Debut E.P. "World of Mick." The EP kicks of with "Fooled by You" a upbeat bluesy song with some nice slide guitar and female back up vocals. "Love of my Woman" the following song has a good foot tapping melody. I like the unique drum sequence in this song as well as the lead guitar. My favorite song on this EP is the last song "You are the Message." This song is a rockin, funky, psychedelic dance song. I love it! Love the conga drum! All in all this is a great EP. This EP was released May of 2017 and you can find it here. Please visit Mick's website for more info here and check out his video below!