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Hayes Carll ‘Lovers & Leavers’ – Album Review

Hayes Carll, Lovers And Leavers (LabelTK/Thirty Tigers 2016)

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I was first introduced to Hayes Carll through my great love of Lee Ann Womack. Being the writer of ‘Chances Are’, one of the real highlights of ‘The Way I’m Livin’’, Hayes immediately became one of my favourite songwriters, portraying an authenticity and beauty that great music should. It has taken me a while to delve into his own records, but I am pleased to say ‘Lovers & Leavers’ is a fantastic introduction into the sincere music of Hayes Carll.

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Pandora Launches SXSW Station With Americana Mixtape In Anticipation of Discovery Den 2016

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Tune in to Pandora’s SXSW Station from March 16th – 19th to stream live performances from this year’s lineup. In addition to dance, hip hop/R&B, and rock, they have launched an Americana mixtape featuring Jack Ingram, Hayes Carll, The Cactus Blossom, and Margo Price.

Pandora is the official audio music streaming sponsor of SXSW 2016.

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Caroline Rose To Support Hayes Carll On Tour This May

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“…Each track seems to tackle a new topic and make even the most familiar themes feel fresh.”  – Paste Magazine

“Caroline Rose’s lyrical honesty, vivid imagery and songwriting prowess are obvious to the ears upon first listen of her debut album “America Religious”.  Her new single puts you in the front seat riding shotgun on a very real adventure that can’t be explained quite yet.”  – Ari Fink, Program Director, SiriusXM

“AMAZING…Delivery is uncanny––It sounds like she’s been smokin’ Camels and drinkin’ Jack for 40 years.”  – David Dalton, Founding Editor of Rolling Stone and author of “Who is That Man? In Search of the Real Bob Dylan”

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Hayes Carll Streaming Live In Concert!


Hayes Carll will be performing a live acoustic set from Blue Rock Artist Studio and Ranch in Wimberly, Texas, tomorrow (October 10) at 7:30pm central time.

Luckily for you guys, you can tune in and watch the show live from your computer screens! When 7:30pm comes around, just click this link to watch.

Well what else would you be doing on a Thursday night?