Albums Of The Year, For A Decade, Pt. 2 (2015-2019)

Continuing on in our look back at the last decade of music. Part 1 was here. 2015–Chris Stapleton–Traveller Chris Stapleton went from one of Nashville’s best kept secrets to full blown superstar in 2015, with the release of Traveller, his first solo album. Chris had written many hits within country, and earned street cred in bluegrass (The Steeldrivers) and southern rock (Jompson Brothers). Since Traveller, however, he has been selling out stadiums and amphitheaters ever since. My first exposure to this album was the video for Fire Away, dealing with mental stability. In a ironic twist of sorts, after years … Continue reading Albums Of The Year, For A Decade, Pt. 2 (2015-2019)

Albums Of The Year, For A Decade, Pt. 1 (2010-2014)

With the rollover of the calendar last week, a lot of year-end, and decade-end list popped up, for everything from music and movies, to politics to technology advancement. This just another such list. Here is my Albums of the Year, for every year of the decade. These are hindsight as of currently. Not all of them were my Album of the Year in the year I rated them. My list, my rules. Sometime around 2008-2009, my musical interests shifted greatly, more to the roots, Americana style. But as you can see by the list below, my likes did not change … Continue reading Albums Of The Year, For A Decade, Pt. 1 (2010-2014)