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Jake Hooker – One Man World (2011)

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Jake Hooker was born listening to the sounds of traditional country music through his father’s west Texas country band. Jake began playing the bass at the age of seven and practiced diligently until he mastred the honky tonk sound.Jake formed his own band at the age of 14 and began performing. By the age of 18, Jake was playing bass and singing full time. He spent some time at South Plains College in Levelland, Texas, studying music and theory. Jake moved to the Fort Worth area in 1998 where he quickly became the local favorite. Jake signed with Southland Records that same year and began recording. Jake’s popularity continues to grow.His love and passion for traditional country music never ceases. He feels it is necessary to relay that love to the fans who are so dedicated to it as well. There is no doubt that Jake is strongly influenced by the sounds of Ray Price, Johnny Bush, Farron Young, Curtis Potter, Leon Rausch and Darrell McCall. He spends much of his spare time studying these artists’ music in depth.

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Julia Sheer – On My Way Back (2012)

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Aaron Neville – Tell It Like It Is (2012)

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01. Tell It Like It Is
02. Cry Me a River
03. Baby I’m a Want You
04. Feelings
05. For the Good Times
06. Have Faith / Speak to Me / Nadie (Medley)
07. Have Faith
08. Hercules
09. All These Things
10. Been So Wrong
11. One Fine Day
12. Honey
13. Love Letters
14. Make Me Strong
15. Wildflower
16. Mojo Hannah
17. My Greatest Gift
18. Where Is My Baby
19. Nadie
20. Performance
21. She’s On My Mind
22. Yesterday
23. Speak to Me
24. You Can Give But You Can’t Take
25. Struttin On Sunday
26. The Greatest Love
27. Waiting for a Bus
28. You Don’t Love Me

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The Sumner Brothers – I ll Be There Tomorrow (2012)

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The Sumner Brothers are back and ready to release I’ll Be There. Obviously, the Vancouver band is one we’ve loved and supported for a long time, including getting the boys to record a cover of “Cotton Jenny” for our Gordon Lightfoot tribute, but this new record is something special.The Sumner Brothers have always been fantastic […]

The Mariners – Demon Surf (2012)

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Demon Surf! contains mostly original songs with a few pretty obscure covers…except for “Walk, Don’t Run ’64”. That was the very first song we learned when we formed the band back in 1964 and was the first song we played for a live audience. For these reasons we included it in this album, played the […]

Sylvia Stone – Clouds Of Pink Fish (2012)

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Sylvia Stone is a female singer/songwriter with a unique, arresting voice, striking self-styling and a gorgeous narrative to her writing. Her songsmithery ranges from tongue-in-cheek 40’s-esque blues and jazz, to epic cinematic belters all the way to bass heavy bangers, each linked together by Sylvia’s signature vocals, experimental song structures and melody arrangements. The girl […]

Kix Brooks – New To This Town (2012)

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Brooks & Dunn were country music’s biggest-selling duo in history until they decided to call it quits in 2010. Since they parted ways, Ronnie Dunn released his first solo effort filled with more pop than country in 2011. Kix Brooks, the rowdier half of the duo, packs a solid punch with his sophomore solo album […]

James Hand – Mighty Lonesome Man (2012)

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James Hand,Texas country music legend, releasing his brand new studio album.The 12-track album include all original material, and contributions from an All-Star cast of Austin, TX’s country music talent.CD version exclusively offering two bonus tracks, including a cover of Johnny Cash’s “Get Rhythm”.Contributors to Mighty Lonesome Man include Earl Poole Ball, aka “Mr. Honky Tonk […]