When "Squelch," the next project from Jason Boland and the Stragglers, releases on Oct. 9, it'll be the eighth studio album from the legendary Red Dirt band in just under 16 years (in addition to two live albums).
Last week Josh Grider's "Smallest Town on Earth" became the very first No.1 song in Texas for 2014. This week he looks to still be the only person with a No.1 single in the new year. Can he hold off William Clark Green, Granger Smith and Casey Donahew? Who lands the top spot in Texas? Let’s find out.
Seems like most everyone is bashing country music these days, and there's reason to. I heard some legitimate reasons Why Country Music was Awful in 2013. And while calling people out for singing crappy songs serves a purpose, and may even serve to correct the ship -- you gotta admit, it's hard to argue how bad a song is, when people download it like crack.
This week Wade Bowen looks to hold on to the No.1 spot for a fourth consecutive week. But to do it he'll have to hold off Jason Boland, Reckless Kelly, and Kevin Fowler -- that's gonna be tough. Who lands the top spot? Let’s find out.
For me Jason Boland & The Straggles, though without a doubt popular and successful, are a band that are yet to get their due. These guys are great. What's my measuring stick for such a claim? Boland has never changed his style, his delivery, not even the central theme for most of his music -- yet it's always good, and often great. Here are my Top 5 Boland Songs.
After three straight weeks at No.1 with "Whiskey Baby," Casey Donahew drops to No.2 -- leaving the top spot wide open for the taking. William Clark Green, Jason Boland, Randy Rogers, who takes the crown from Casey? Let’s find out.
You probably thought it couldn't get better any better than Jason Boland -- until you heard Boland doin' Don Williams. Off his album "High in the Rockies," this week's RTX Sunday Video is “Tulsa Time."
Stoney LaRue's "Travelin' Kind" looks to be tops in Texas for a second consecutive week, but the Randy Rogers Band is hot on his heels. They are looking to get their Willie duet, “Trouble Know My Name" to No. 1. Who’s got it this week? Let’s find out.