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Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver • In Session 6 StarsDoyle Lawson & Quicksilver • In Session

A steadfast name in Bluegrass music, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver have released over thirty albums and with Doyle’s induction into the International Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame, their importance within the music community is solidified. Yet, even with all the awards and accolades, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver continue to release fresh and energized Bluegrass music. From the opening song “Roll Big River” to the final cut, “Americana,” this album will satisfy those Bluegrass cravings!
Scott Dean • All Over Again 5 StarsScott Dean • All Over Again

Reading about Scott Dean’s rock and roll background, brought one question to mind which is, “how well would he transition to country music?” Surprisingly, he does know how to honky-tonk and overall his music will keep those toes tappin’. “A Whole Lot Of Something” is the highlight of his CD, All Over Again. While this project is quite engaging, as Scott develops his own country style each subsequent album should allow his talent to shine more and more.
Craig Kinsey • American Roots And Machines 5 StarsCraig Kinsey • American Roots And Machines

For those that like their music with some edginess, Craig Kinsey’s album American Roots and Machines is that album. Making a statement and utilizing several genres from blues to rock, his lyrics are personal and poignant and paint a picture throughout the entire project. From the first songs “Dissatisfied” to the last “Credits,” Craig puts his emotions and opinions to music. A unique project.
Elisha Grant • Family Ties 4 StarsElisha Grant • Family Ties

Pennsylvania native, Elisha Grant’s EP, Family Ties contains five self-penned songs. The first, “Cash, Haggard, Jennings and Jones,” is a reflection of his musical roots and from there, he delivers other notable tunes “Every Day” and “Like That (Anymore)”. Elisha’s raw talent shines through even amid the less than memorable production.
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