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Music Review: Ray Wylie Hubbard – ‘The Ruffian’s Misfortune’ – A Texas Original

Cover Ray Wylie Hubbard's Ruffians Misfortune

In a world of ever-increasing compartmentalized sound, Hubbard is a breath of fresh air blowing in every direction at once. Read More »

Interview: Ray Wylie Hubbard on His New Album, Writing with Brooks & Dunn’s Ronnie Dunn, and Craft and Inspiration

Ray Wylie Hubbard

'I'm not really a full-tilt blues guy or a full-tilt folk guy or a full-tilt country guy or a full-tilt rock guy, I've been influenced by all those forms of music and I enjoy 'em all. So it's a good place for a songwriter to be, where you just don't have to think about the future of the song. I just write.' Read More »

Music Review: Paul Thorn – What the Hell is Goin On?

Paul Thorn explores new territory for his latest release. Read More »

Music Review: Chelle Rose – Ghost Of Browder Holler

Chelle Rose revisits some of the ghosts of her youth. Read More »

Music Review: Ray Wylie Hubbard – The Grifter’s Hymnal

Won't be found in most churches, but works as a prayer book for modern times. Read More »

Music Review: Chelle Rose – Ghosts of Browder Holler

“Appalachian rock” that’s mysterious, haunting, and darkly original. Read More »

Music Review: Ray Wylie Hubbard – A. Enlightenment, B. Endarkenment (Hint: There is no C)

Ray Wylie trudges on, ever ruminating on death and glory in a dusty America of the imagination. Read More »