The Party Ain't Over
For her latest album, The Party Ain't Over, Wanda Jackson, the first lady or queen of rockabilly (depending on who you ask), sets out to push her work into the 21st century. To that end, she's enlisted the help of Jack White. White proves a nice complement to Jackson and introduces some much needed rough edges to what could have been an overly polished collection of standard rockabilly fare.
The Lucky Old Sons have turned a 1950s style into their own modern, piano-driven sound. Their concepts are conscious of country and crafted with creativity.
Once upon a time, country, rock & roll and the blues were more than just musical cousins. The Bible Belt Sinners restore the bloodlines for a rockabilly family reunion.
Jason Hutto is a details man. He notices, and appreciates, the tiniest things. Whether it's an ornate button on a shirt, the quiet plinking of a music box, or just a friend's new haircut, Hutto always notices.