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At age 35, alt-country singer/songwriter/guitarist Jason Isbell is finally having the shining moment of his somewhat tumultuous 13-year career. His fourth solo album, "Southeastern," came out last year to much critical acclaim, lauded by many as one of the best of 2013.

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More than 700 people braved the wintery conditions to watch Jason Isbell perform for a sold out room at Plush on Sunday night. Isbell, backed by a full band, took to the stage and quickly made it known why he is one of the best songwriters around.

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Here's my top 10 list of 2013 albums in the loose singer-songwriter genre.

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There were so many releases in 2013 and I know I only heard a small fraction of them. In my relatively small overall sampling of 2013 album releases, I found a whole lot to like, and it was difficult to narrow them down to a list of 10.

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The sign on the fence said, "Sold Out. See you tomorrow." And so it goes, another Wednesday night at Off Broadway.

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Back in his Drive-By Truckers days, Jason Isbell's songwriting and plaintive vocals provided the melodic, contemplative counterpoint to Patterson Hood's gritty rambling Southern Gothic story telling.

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It was an evening of pure, solo-acoustic sound and songs at the Peabody Opera House last night with Ryan Adams and opener Jason Isbell.

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It's been said before, but I don't mind repeating it: John Prine is a national treasure.

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Thursday, 27 October 2011 12:00

The top 10 Drive-By Truckers songs (so far)

If you've listened to my show, Bittersweet Melody, you know that Drive-by Truckers are one of my favorite bands. No one band represents the South in today's rock world more than Drive-by Truckers.

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On the opening track "Alabama Pines" from his new album Jason Isbell laments, "No one gives a damn about the things I give a damn about." The faithful that came out to see the impressive 32-year-old Alabama songwriter certainly did give a damn.

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