Chris Bandi Releases New Single, Probably At A Bar

A great country music artist, Chris Bandi has just released a brand new single which happens to be his first release this year entitled, Probably At A Bar

The song talks about how a guy is not wasting any more time thinking about a previous relationship and instead is probably at a bar having a good time.  Continue reading

Kassi Ashton Releases New Single, Black Motorcycle

A rising country music artist, Kassi Ashton recently released a brand new single which all country music fans will enjoy entitled, Black Motorcycle.

Although the Missouri native based the tune around a motorcycle, anyone can relate to the song’s message as it talks about just going for a drive and getting a fresh take on life. Continue reading

Exclusive Interview with Chris Bandi

A great upcoming country music artist, Chris Bandi, who is originally from St. Louis, Missouri although is now a Nashville, Tennessee native is well on his way to success in Music City.

The singer songwriter recently had the time to chat with me about a few things including about how he grew up in St. Louis, some of his musical influences and about how he knew he wanted to pursue music as a career. Bandi also talked about how thrilled he is to go out on tour with Laine Hardy, about his latest single, Man Enough Now, and what fans can expect for some new music coming in 2020. Continue reading

Artist in Retrospect: Bobbie Gentry

I have always enjoyed learning more about the musical artists I like, even those that have fallen out of the public eye. This past summer, I stumbled across an article published by the Washington Post about the popular 1960’s country artist named Bobbie Gentry, and how she hasn’t been seen or heard from since the late 80’s. I was immediately interested in finding out all I could about this mysterious artist.

Bobbie Gentry, born Roberta Lee Streeter on July 27, 1944, was most known for her song, Ode To Billie Joe. Like most fans, this was the only song I knew by her, and, to be honest, I knew it best from hearing other artists cover it live, like Jeannie Seely at the Grand Ole Opry. Most of Gentry’s songs were based on her hometown in Mississippi. Continue reading