Shooter Jennings

Shooter Jennings Unfurls More ‘Black Ribbons’
Shooter Jennings Unfurls More ‘Black Ribbons’
Shooter Jennings' most recent album, 'Black Ribbons,' is going to have something of a rebirth. Although critics called the album one of 2010's "best albums that you likely haven't heard," Shooter is apparently making sure you do hear it. The singer/songwriter just signed with 429 Records and the label will re-release the original version of that album, plus a new 10-track 'bullet' versio
Bobby Bare Jr. Finds Humor in Unlikely Places
Bobby Bare Jr. Finds Humor in Unlikely Places
Joshua Black Wilkens Bobby Bare Jr. is popping up all over these days as he revs up his his Carpool America tour with Blue Giant and plays dates with Justin Townes Earle and Drive-By Truckers. Touring behind his sixth album 'A Storm a Tree My Mother's Head,' released on August 31, Bobby has gone from a Grammy nomination at age six for a song he recorded with his dad, songwriting legend Bobby Bare
Shooter Jennings Stays Tied to Rebel Ways With ‘Black Ribbons’
Shooter Jennings Stays Tied to Rebel Ways With ‘Black Ribbons’
It's very early in 2010, far too early to be making grandiose statements about bests of the year. But though it's only March it'd be hard to imagine a more ambitious record than Shooter Jennings' 'Black Ribbons,' a conceptual work set in a futuristic society tied together by the words of author Stephen King, playing a deejay who introduces the fictional band, Hierophant...
Shooter Jennings Gives Late Father an Industrial Makeover
Shooter Jennings Gives Late Father an Industrial Makeover
The sound of Waylon Jennings is forever rooted in country music, and on what is being called his final recordings, 'Waylon Forever,' due October 21, it remains that way. But fans of the legend, who passed away in 2002, might have gotten a rather different portrait of the man if the original version of the album, which he began in the mid-nineties with his teenage son Shooter, had been released...

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