Monday May 13
Girls Are Crazy
Country singer Joanna Smith was raised in Georgia red clay country in Arlington, and after hearing the likes of Dolly Parton, Reba McEntire, and the Judds as a child, she made it her aspiration to be a singer, entering every talent show she could and doing whatever it took to get on-stage and sing.
San Jose Mercury News
'Girls Are Crazy,' says singer Joanna Smith
She tells The Daily News, "I was so far away from ever achieving that, it almost made it seem more attainable, because I was in a dream world.
Jeanne Jolly playing Double Door Inn tonight
This Raleigh singer/songwriter's road to country music has been anything but the traditional route.
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
One night only: McGrath and Potter
Together they were the toast of the Rochester music scene in the late 1960s and early '70s. Then Bat McGrath and Don Potter went their separate ways.
New player The Lone Bellow storms folk-rock party
The members of The Lone Bellow were standing around after opening for Dwight Yoakam at a recent show when they overheard three good ol' boys discussing their music.