Rolling Stone’s Top 26 “Unheard” Albums of 2014

Read the best unheard of albums you need to get in 2014



Rolling Stone magazine has published a list of

“The 26 Albums of 2014 You Probably Didn’t But Really Should Hear”


It’s a good list of new ‘country’ (the magazine’s term, not mine) releases.  I’ve got a few of them and they are all gems.  Interestingly there is a high proportion of artists associated with the Americana Festival this September, either by way of appearing at the event in Nashville or nominated for an Americana 2014 Award.  The Festival has been astute in its selections again, tapping into a rich vein of new music.

The Secret Sisters – Put Your Needle Down

The Howlin’ Brothers # – Trouble

Hurray For The Riff Raff # – Small Town Heroes

Carlene Carter # – Carter Girl

Don Williams – Reflections

Mary Gauthier – Trouble & Love

Whiskey Myers – Early Morning Shakes

Rodney Crowell # – Tarpaper Sky

Joseph Le May – Seventeen Acres

Willie Watson # – Folk Singer Vol. 1

Jonny Two Bags # – Salvation Town

Robert Ellis # – The Lights From The Chemical Plant

Dale Watson – The Truckin’ Sessions Trilogy

John Oates – Good Road To Follow

Nickel Creek – A Dotted Line

Roseanne Cash # – The River & The Thread

John Fullbright – Songs

Old 97’s – Most Messed Up

Sunday Best – Bring Up The Sun

Nikki Lane – All Or Nothin’

Martina McBride – Everlasting

Willie Nelson – Band of Brothers

Suzy Bogguss # – Lucky

Frankie Ballard – Sunshine & Whiskey

Dolly Parton – Blue Smoke

Jerrod Niemann – High Noon


# Americana Music Festival 2014 – performer or nominee.



Read the whole Rolling Stone magazine piece here






Read the best unheard of albums you need to get in 2014

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