Articles and Interviews
The once-thriving L.A. country music scene is just a shell of its former self. Many of the artists who performed on three "Town South Of Bakersfield" albums headed out to Nashville or Austin. The few hardy survivors band together, and every once in a while manage to put out an album to remind us of the scene's past glory. Patty Booker has been there since before it became the next "next big thing." She had one great cut on "TSOB Vol. 3," but nothing else until 1999. Her new CD, "I Don't Need All That" is a glorious dose of hard-core country. ...