Tag Archives: Lee Ann Womack

“Country Faith Volume 2” to Continue to Exploration of Country’s Spiritual Side

countryfaith2The latest in the hit Country Faith music series, Country Faith Volume 2, will release on November 18 to Christian retail through Word Entertainment and to mainstream retail and digital outlets through Curb Records.

Review: The Fairfield Four – Still Rockin’ My Soul

FairfieldFourLegendary gospel group The Fairfield Four have seen a revolving cast of artists coming and going ever since their humble beginnings in 1921. Over the years, celebrated singers like Rev. Sam McCrary, James Hill, and Isaac Freeman have graced their ranks, delivering their signature acappella sounds, infused with powerful harmonies and plenty of soul. And while the faces have changed, the group’s latest incarnation has maintained the heartbeat and sound that has drawn listeners in for over 90 years and their latest record, Still Rockin’ My Soul, shows that they’re still going strong.

Review: Ralph Stanley – Ralph Stanley & Friends: Man of Constant Sorrow

RalphStanleyAt the spry age of 87, Dr. Ralph Stanley is more than just a celebrated artist, he’s an American institution. With a musical history that spans over half a century, Stanley’s signature banjo chops and rich mountain tenor have cemented him into the landscape of bluegrass legend through his work with The Stanley Brothers and The Clinch Mountain Boys. His is one of those voices that does more than just inspire; it’s become the hallmark of a genre and on his latest outing the Virginia native shows he hasn’t lost a step.