Lewis, Fulks, Jennings out with new discs
Robbie Fulks and Linda Gail Lewis paired up for a new disc today with the aptly named "Wild! Wild! Wild!" Fulks is the long-time country traditionalist from Chicago, while Lewis has a rockabilly slant to her music. That is no surprise given that her brother is Jerry Lee Lewis. She also has recorded with Van Morrison. Fulks wrote most of the songs, while also producing the set.
Shooter Jennings, son of Waylon, veers towards a more traditional country set with "Shooter." Dave Cobb, who seems to be everywhere these days producing people from Chris Stapleton to Lori McKenna, was at the helm for this as well. This was Jennings' first disc for Cobb's Low Country Sound label.
Acoustic outfit Mountain Heart released "Soul Searching" on Compass. The band incorporates bluegrass, Americana and pop influences. Josh Shilling (piano, guitar), Seth Taylor (guitar), Aaron Ramsey (mandolin, bass) and Jeff Partin (Dobro, bass) comprise the band.
Mississippi-born, Texas-based singer and guitarist Jason Eady released "I Travel On" (Old Guitar Records). The album is his first to be recorded with his ace touring band. This is Eady's seventh release.
- 03/17/23: Fulks looks at bluegrass with "Longhair Bluegrass"
- 02/17/23: Fulks goes down easy with "One Glass of Whiskey"
- 01/25/23: Compass signs Fulks
- 06/19/18: Jennings releases new song
- 05/30/18: Fulks, Lewis go "Wild! Wild! Wild!"
- 01/21/16: Fulks returns to roots on "Upland Stories"
- 10/13/15: Fulks, The Mekons team up
- 02/02/15: MPR bleeps Fulks
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