Tim Easton: Paco & The Melodic Polaroids [Album Review]
Apr13

Tim Easton: Paco & The Melodic Polaroids [Album Review]

Tim Easton Paco & The Melodic Polaroids Campfire Propaganda [2018] Who: Tim Easton is an Ohio-raised singer/songwriter, now firmly based out of Nashville, which has a solid catalog of alt-country/Americana/folk recordings that span over two decades to his rowdier days with the Haynes Boys in 1996. Sound: Tim Easton can give you all different sides of the Americana movement but Paco was recorded direct to lacquer and it is a pure...

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Tim Easton: American Fork [Album Review]
Sep09

Tim Easton: American Fork [Album Review]

Tim Easton American Fork Last Chance Records [2016] Fire Note Says: Another heartfelt delivery from singer/songwriter Tim Easton. Album Review: Tim Easton is the singer/songwriter that you just can’t stop from delivering a pure heartfelt record. His eleventh, yes eleventh, record American Fork feels and sounds like an artist at the top of his game which has no care in the world except providing the absolute best sonic effort for your...

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Haynes Boys: Haynes Boys [Album Review]
Jun30

Haynes Boys: Haynes Boys [Album Review]

Haynes Boys Haynes Boys Slab / Re-Vinyl Records [2015] Fire Note Says: Haynes Boys debut should be in your collection. Album Review: How about I introduce you to one of the best roots rock records you never took for a spin? An alt-country / Americana staple before the genre was really defined. That would be the 1996 self-titled debut (and only record) from Columbus, Ohio’s Haynes Boys. The recent reissue of this “local” classic has...

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20th Anniversary release of Haynes Boys Self-Titled / 500 Copies

If you have been following Tim Easton long enough then you should know about his time spent with the Haynes Boys. Before his solo outings, Ohio’s Haynes Boys had a great but short run opening for the likes of Wilco, Chris Isaac, REM, Pere Ubu, Tom Petty, Warren Zevon, plus appearances at CMJ and South By Southwest. After a tape was passed to The Judds it found its way into the hands of producer Brad Jones, who liked what he...

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Cory Branan features Jason Isbell on “You Make Me” from new Record

On August 19th, Nashville-based artist Cory Branan is releasing a new album, The No-Hit Wonder, on Bloodshot Records. There’s a timeless craftsmanship in these deceptively simple songs about love and home, losses and dreams. Branan’s had his fair share of each since completing his critically acclaimed Bloodshot debut MUTT in 2012, losing several beloved family members, getting married, and having two kids. Branan spent all his time...

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