The career-spanning editorial along with interviews with Cory, Bloodshot Rob, and Tim Barry is quite the enlightening read. Noisey covers everything from the beginning of Cory's career to the current No-Hit Wonder phase. Great reading for lounging by the pool (or the drainage ditch) this holiday weekend.
Do you have any great Bloodshot photos from over the years? Photos of bands at shows (or at the bar)? Photos of Bloodshot events from the '90s when no one's pants fit them right? Send 'em on over to contests [at] bloodshotrecords [dot] com and maybe they'll end up on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and the general digital footprint of the...Read more
Here's a link to listen to Cory Branan's feature from last night's episode of NPR's All Things Considered. Cory talks about his new album The No-Hit Wonder, "preposterous happiness," and how his music doesn't go well with bachelorette parties.
"Roots music is a little more like a bourbon," Branan says. "In that world, some people are...Read more
Don't roll those Bloodshot eyes at me...
As 93XRT just announced, the Bloodshot Records 20th Anniversary Rhythm & Roots Ruckus featuring JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound and Barrence Whitfield & The Savages will be on Friday October 3rd at Mayne Stage in Chicago! The show will be taped for national broadcast on PBS.
That's right: this is your chance to shake it on...Read more
You've likely seen all the rave reviews of Cory Branan's The No-Hit Wonder pouring in all week since it hit stores on Tuesday. Now you can get a peek inside the mind of the man responsible for the album via this interview with CMT Edge.
Cory touches on the album's title and theme and how happenings in his...Read more
Wondering Sound just premiered Lydia Loveless's new live performance video of "Hurts So Bad," performed at The Mug and Brush Barber Shop in Columbus. It'll stop you in your tracks. Really. Lydia is on point here. And lookin' good.