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 album to do the interview! Now please finish the album so we can lay some eager ears on it!
 
J.P.Kallio (Finland/Ireland) is still holding strong at the #2 position on the reader leader Top Ten. Kallio’s new album Northern Boy hits the streets 25 March (tomorrow if you’re reading this today). It is chock-full of homegrown honesty and a well-traveled voice conveying the sonic images.
 
For whatever reason, our The Violent Years interview renewed interest in The GTC Q&A with The Boxer Rebellion. Which is great, TBR are great band…Maybe someone should put these two bands on the road together? Genius!
 
Keep in mind that The GTC Weekly Top 10 is decided on by what was read the most by you and it isn’t a contest by any stretch of the word. But just a fun look At the goings on over here! Dig It! Thanks again for stopping by and we have several new articles, interviews and more coming your way! Boogie…
 
Your Weekly GTC Top 10 Links

  1. The Violent Years.
  2. J.P. Kallio Northern Boy.
  3. Music For Sunny Daze Pt. 3 (Countrified).
  4. Things You Can Buy Today 18 March 2014.
  5. Junior Brown’s Twang & Growl.
  6. TYTUS – White Lines.
  7. The Boxer Rebellion: No Labels Needed.
  8. Andrea Schroeder – Ghosts Of Berlin.
  9. Meet The Naysayers.
  10. LIVE: Chris Leigh & the Broken Hearts.
Top Countries Of Audience Origins
  1. Germany
  2. USA
  3. Norway
  4. UK
  5. Russia
  6. Ireland
  7. France
  8. Italy
  9. Australia
  10. Thailand
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