Soulful Louisiana musician Marc Broussard reflects on a favorite pre-music job and the year that he made no money.
NICK LOWE & LOS STRAITJACKETS, The Quality Holiday Revue (live) beats out MARC BROUSSARD, Magnolias & Mistletoe as your favorite holiday album of 2015. Poll Results Best New Album of 2015 Did we miss something? If you feel a new release is missing from our current poll, please let us know in the comments. Readers’ […]
SHOVELS & ROPE, Busted Jukebox: Volume 1 beats out LESLIE WEST, Soundcheck as your favorite for the week of November 20, 2015. Poll Results New Holiday Releases Did we miss something? If you feel a new release is missing from our current poll, please let us know in the comments. Readers’ Top 25 – Fall […]
So I’m in Mobile, AL this week for my day job. As I’m eating lunch Tuesday I look up and see a poster for the Southern Soul Assembly, featuring JJ Grey, Luther Dickinson, Anders Osborne and Marc Broussard. And it’s that night at the Saenger Theatre about a block from my hotel. I rush out […]
Marc Broussard performs “Real Good Thing” live at Paste Studios. MARC BROUSSARD, Keep Coming Back (Atlantic) Official Site | MySpace | Preview (AOL Music) I’m positively giddy about this new set of original tunes from Carencro, Lousiana’s Marc Broussard. Its his debut album on Atlantic records and is sure to continue to raise his neo-soul […]
“Songwriting is a damn mystery,” says Will Hoge as we discuss “Draw the Curtain” his restrained yet compelling current release. It’s kind of like the Wizard of Oz, he continues, “you don’t want to know what is behind the curtain.” Although Hoge reunited with producer Ken Coomer, producer of 2006’s explosive The Man Who Killed […]
Video selections from the second part of my two part Soul Collection playlist titled ‘The Groove‘ starting with Marc Broussard and Toby Lightman’s version of “If I Could Build My Whold World Around You” popularized by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell.
Video selections from the first part of my two part Soul Collection playlist labeled The Seranade starting with Marc Broussard’s version of “I Love You More Than You’ll Ever Know” popularized by Donny Hathaway.