Tops For November 2013

Imperial State Electric
‘Reptile Brain Music’

What a month November was.

Time to get crackin’ on with December! We have all sorts of stories, interviews, reviews and thoughts about great music to end the year with. Not to mention a few fantastic holiday related surprises that would please any die-hard music fan…

We would like to thank you for helping us continue to grow in readership. Another month of positive growth is right on and we truly dig it! Thank You!

We would like to send giant Texas sized Thank Yous to the artists who took time out of their busy schedules to chat with us in November. Ken StringfellowCharlie DanielsHurricane LoveDestroy She SaidA.D Rowntree and The Temperance Movement

We also had some spot on reviews from Alle Royale. We absolutely suggest you check them out, here! I think you may find some great holiday gift ideas lurking over on his page.

Thanks again for stopping by to see what goings on we have had this past month and we wish you and your families A Very Happy Holiday Season!

(The GTC Top 10 is generated by your reads/clicks)

Your GTC Top 10 For November 2013
  1. Imperial State Electric – ‘Reptile Brain Music’
  2. Ken Stringfellow: The Posies+Neuman+Solo
  3. Christine McKinley, Dork So Cool…
  4. Destroy She Said: Down To Dirty
  5. Charlie Daniels: Architect Of The Southern Sound
  6. Neal Casal Keeps On Truckin’
  7. A.D. Rowntree In Progress
  8. Hurricane Love, Yes Please!
  9. Review: Horisont – ‘Time Warriors’
  10. Ten Benson Here Again!

Top Countries Of Audience Origins 

  1. Germany
  2. USA
  3. Russia
  4. Australia
  5. Sweden
  6. Spain
  7. UK
  8. Italy
  9. France
  10. Finland
Your GTC All-Time Top 10
  1. Neal Casal Keeps On Truckin’
  2. Imperial State Electric – ‘Reptile Brain Music’
  3. Review: The Winery Dogs
  4. Christine McKinley, Dork So Cool…
  5. Mammoth Mammoth Are Sittin’ Pretty (NSFW)
  6. JT Coldfire: The Hardest Working Man In Austin
  7. Ten Benson Here Again!
  8. Ken Stringfellow: The Posies+Neuman+Solo
  9. Warm Soda Bring The Power Pop Flavor!
  10. John David Kent: Keeping The Southern Sound Alive
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