Your GTC Monthly Top 10: March 2014

See ya later March, what great memories… we’ll cherish them forever… Like the killer chats we had with Greasy Spoon, The Graveltones, J.P. Kallio, The Violent Years, Teitur and two righteous dudes and their team with a huge van (RV) tricked out for the sole purpose of discovering and sharing sounds, Jam In The Van.…

Your Weekly GTC Top 10: 17 – 23 March 2014

The Violent Years The last week of March already?   Last week we had a great chat with The Violent Years‘ Kenneth Bringsdal. This Norwegian alt-rockin’ five piece are bringing grand introspective country flavored sounds that you should give a listen.   We send giant ‘THANK YOUS’ to Kenneth for taking the time out from the new…

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Your GTC Weekly Top Ten: 10 – 16 March 2014

J.P. Kallio Last week we had the chance to chat with a true musical renaissance man, J.P. Kallio, and this is a name you should get to know.   Out of Ireland this Finnish singer songwriter is about to release a new solo album Northern Boy on 25 March and I bet you’ll find it a fine…

Your Weekly GTC Top 10 for 03 – 09 March 2014

Junior Brown Here is a look at what was read most this past week over here at The GTC. It was a very interesting week indeed. A week that watched our Junior Brown article, published last October, catch a hot Texas wind and shoot straight to the top!   I suppose this has to do with whatever it…

Your GTC Top 10 For February 2014

Wow, February went quick!  First off we’d like to thank the artists that made time to chat with us in February. So, huge heaps of gratitude to Andrea Schroeder, Evan Egerer and the Tribe, Rival Sons & Arkells. We dig you and your sounds much! Thank You!  We’re already at work on bringing more unique and need to know…

Your GTC Top 10 For the Week Of 11 – 17 November 2013

Good Monday Friends! What an interesting week over here at The GTC. We would like to give a special shout-out to all those grand and, well, sometimes awkward emails. keep’em comin’! We truly Dig It… On the other hand, what a great interview/chat we had with the man behind the country-rock/southern-rock sounds from the 70’s…