Dr. Wesley Britton is the author of four books on espionage on TV, Films, and in literature. He's co-host of online radio's "Dave White Presents" where he interviews musicians, authors, actors, and entertainment insiders. He teaches English at Harrisburg Area Community College.
Ian Tyson embodies Western “roots music” after 78 years of doing it all.
Sonny Landreth’s 11th album is an instrumental collection showcasing heavily melodic guitar work
Marley’s Ghost brings back the ghosts of basic country for their 25th anniversary celebration.
Seth Walker’s new release is soft, stripped-down inviting jazz with blues and soul flavorings.
Helped by T Bone Burnett, the haunting new album finds the artist reconciling with her past.
The late blues harpman Gary Primich gets a worthy retrospective with this compilation.
Raymond Benson’s The Black Stiletto: Black and White continues the adventures of a costumed vigilante ahead of her time
Geoff Achison’s Little Big Men is contemporary blues for those who like their grooves smooth and polished
Aztec Two-Step returns us to protest songs from the coffeehouse days for their 40th anniversary release.
Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius’s The Next World is bright colored progressive rock for musicians to appreciate and for fans to enjoy.