Dwight Yoakam's great stuff, actually. There's no denying that he's doing contemporary country music, but his music just feels authentic, where a lot of pop country doesn't at all. His album "Gone" is really worth checking out.
Dwight Yoakam is great because you can slip his albums in to a rockabilly playlist and none of your friends will know they're listening to country music.
And on the not completely country side, I really can't say enough about the Legendary Shack Shakers, or the Shakers side project, the Dirt Daubers. With one of the best frontmen I've ever seen and a lot of super high energy songs you won't get much more bang for your buck in a live venue. If you can find it, the singer J.D. produced a documentary a couple of years back called seven signs, and it features several other non-traditional country inspired acts, like the Pine Hill Haints, Slim Cessna Auto Club, and Scott Biram. Worth watching if you can find it.
WaywardWoodwose fucked around with this message at Aug 31, 2012 around 15:27
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