Broken Records Magazine’s Markos Papadatos chatted with Justin Moore on Friday, December 9, 2011, about his career in country music and newest album Outlaws Like Me. Country singer Justin Moore remarks, “I grew up on old school country, and I loved it because it was real. I felt like Hank Williams Jr. was singing about […]
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Broken Records Magazine’s Markos Papadatos had the good fortune to speak with Grammy-nominated country music singer-songwriter James Otto, where he talks about his influences, latest album, poignant single ”Soldiers & Jesus,” future plans, as well as his insights on fatherhood. Regarding his inspirations in country music, James Otto shares “it was Hank Williams Jr. that actually turned […]
Broken Records Magazine chats with country music star Aaron Tippin prior to his concert at Massapequa Park, on July 12, 2011. “I’m more from the Garth Brooks way of doing a country show! I just don’t stand by the microphone, and tap my toe. We have fun with this music. It makes our evenings a […]
Brantley Gilbert is one of country music’s best new artists out there! His latest spitfire single “Country Must Be Country Wide” currently sits at #25 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts, thus becoming his first Top 30 hit. A Valory Music Group recording artist, Gilbert has written hit songs for such established country artists […]
On June 15, 2011, country singer Eric Lee Beddingfield released his music video for his single “The Gospel According to Jones.” The music video was directed by Ryan Lassan and Daniel Slezinger, and produced by Autumn Addict. Co-written by Beddingfield, the song pays tribute to his musical hero, country living legend George Jones. The music […]
When you think of New York City, a lot of thoughts come into your head. It’s an eclectic place in every aspect, and music is no exception. The Big Apple has it all, even bluegrass. In a candle lit Highline Ballroom rich with the smells of good wine and even better food, The Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music of America’s 2010 band of the year, The Grascals, brought their smooth sound to the big city this past Sunday.