Who doesn’t claim bloodline to a Johnny Cash song? The Shelby County Sinners pay homage to the man by knicking the sound make-up of the Tennessee Two with electric, acoustic and stand up bass for their drummerless sound. Johnny championed common people, his fans, as do the Sinners boys with 21 ST Century Bailout Blues.

Tiffany Huggins Grant debut, Jonquil Child, arrives 7-715. Tiffany offers a video to introduce her voice. Probably a good idea ‘cause when she hits your speakers they will melt. Tiffany has a great big voice, captured on record with ace Nashville players and co-producer Mark ‘Guido’ Robinson, and his hat, behind the board.

Some folks hint. Some ignore, some smoke but don’t inhale. Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard underwrite their words with a visual for the first single from the new (6-2-15) release, Django and Jimmie. Willie and Merle share an album title, a microphone, and a joint in the video for “It’s All Going to Pot”.

From a sepia-toned attic in Nashville, Tennessee, The Hardin Draw dream of the magnolia-laced air of New Orleans. They make good use of Indie Roots Rock to bury their hearts, swearing off the “Southern Queen” and heading back down river.

Voo Davis shouts a feral cry of love as guitars rip through hearts to find a place to live. Flowers and glass rain down around Voo Davis in the latest video, “MY Love”, from his most recent album release, Midnight Mist.