Category Archives: Reviews

SINGLE REVIEW: Tyler Farr “Our Town”


There are songs, and then there are SONGS.  Tyler Farr’s new single, “Our Town,” is a SONG.  I downloaded “Our Town” on my way to work and put it on repeat the rest of the way.  The first time I heard it, I got chills.  I played it for my friend and she said, “Are you trying to make me ... Read More »

CONCERT REVIEW: Willie Nelson @ The Stone Pony


As Willie Nelson himself entered the stage at The Stone Pony over Labor Day weekend with the opening notes of “Whiskey River”, I knew immediately I was in for a show that would belong at the top of my most memorable list. The 83 year old serenaded not only a sold-out crowd within the venue, but a number of fans ... Read More »

SINGLE REVIEW: Dylan Scott “My Girl”


Dylan Scott recently did a 6 part video series intended to lead up to a big announcement. Well, I should really say announcements! He revealed a new single “My Girl”, an album release date of August 12, and sweetly introduced fans to his girl, Blair. And as if that wasn’t enough to keep fans talking, they got married a few ... Read More »

CONCERT REVIEW: Frankie Ballard – Irving Plaza NYC


Thursday, May 19th, marks the first time I ever saw Frankie Ballard perform live, and after a stellar show packed with electrifying guitar solos, rock and roll, and some of my favorite Frankie Ballard tunes, it will definitely not be the last. He took the stage at Irving Plaza in New York City to a room full of energetic and ... Read More »

ALBUM REVIEW: The Willis Clan “Heaven”


Usually when you watch reality TV talent shows, you see an act perform and you either remember them or you don’t. The first time I heard the family music group, The Willis Clan, was on America’s Got Talent. The way their voices blended together was so harmonious you knew it was something in the genes. Not only that, but even ... Read More »

SINGLE REVIEW: Ryan Robinette “For Awhile”


Here at GotCountry? Singer songwriter Ryan Robinette has not only been on our artist radar for a while now, but has become a good friend of ours; and we couldn’t be any more proud. The Southeastern Ohio native turned Orlando, FL local has steadily made his impression on the up and coming country music scene. If you aren’t one of ... Read More »

ALBUM REVIEW: Gabe Dixon “Turns To Gold”


After spending numerous years on major labels, Gabe Dixon is releasing his sophomore full-length record, ‘Turns To Gold”, independently. Dixon’s talent as a lyricist and musician shines throughout this album, and all 12 tracks offer an acoustic sound, moments of pure inspiration, and loads of passion. The first single off the record, “Holding Her Freedom” is all of those, wrapped ... Read More »

ALBUM REVIEW: Cale Dodds “People Watching”


If you were lucky enough to see early shows of Sam Hunt, Brett Eldredge & David Nail, you may have seen Cale Dodds as the opening act. Dodds’ first EP, “Wild & Reckless” was released mid 2014. He has spent his time touring with those mentioned above, as well as headlining many shows in his home state of Georgia. Besides ... Read More »

ALBUM REVIEW: Jordan DePaul “Forces”


Jordan DePaul, the 25 year-old singer songwriter only a few years new to Nashville, has already taken the city by storm. Throughout his time performing at various prominent venues, and participating in several songwriter rounds, DePaul has been building vast catalog of music that he is anxious to share with the world. His third EP Forces is set to be ... Read More »

SONG REVIEW: Miranda Lambert “Scars”


Have you heard the recently debuted, unreleased song called, “Scars” by Miranda Lambert and her guitarist Scotty Wray? Trust me, if you had, you’d know.. Because like with any real scar, you remember. Written by her guitarist, Wray, who was accompanying her that evening she shares that this song has been in her mind for years, over a decade even, ... Read More »