Nairobi-born singer-songwriter, J.S. Ondara opens the story book from his recent release, Tales of America, reciting “American Dream” in the top spot for the weekly Top Ten for Wednesday April 2, 2019. Hayes Carll puts his pen to use for politics with “Times Like These” from his What It Isrelease while Aubrey Eisenman & The Clydes take on the role of “Livewire” from their upcoming (April 26, 2019) release, Bowerbird. Tim Bluhm is on a solo cruise from his band Mother Hips, cautioning that his ways work for him, not on a global scale in “No Way to Steer” as Vicky Emerson tells of “The Reckoning”, Jimbo Mathus takes the “Sunken Road”, and Beau Turrentine sings of “An Old Friend”. Gethen Jenkins borrows from James Taylor, offering his tune “Country Road” for our list while Jason Ringenberg shares a tour story from his band Jason & The Scorchers with “God Bless the Ramones” on the weekly Top Ten for Wednesday April 2, 2019.