Don’t you wish you could sit around the campfire while your favorite artist plays and sings?
This is store-brand Southern rock.
This is a beautiful homage to an amazing era of country music.
90s-ish. Country-ish. Americana.
Country music that sounds so much like stereotypical Texas barroom outlaw country music that it could have been ordered from central casting
Songs and stories of a mature songwriter full of emotion, depth, and character.
This is Friday-night-on-the-back-porch-smoking-and-drinking-out-in-the-country music
This is a rap album. And you’ll never convince me otherwise.
It sounds like the soundtrack to a PBS special about life in the hollers of West Virginia
The excitement and respect she has for playing at The Ryman is palpable.
Every song is an event.
Like the soundtrack to a classic Grand Ole Opry dream sequence
Johnny Cash in his prime
Your quiet friend who is quick with a joke, advice, and political brilliance
Songs on this album make my soul hurt.
An Americana act from Norway on a German record label
Texas barroom music
Texas Big Band
Real country music with punk sensibilities
Like listening to lost works of William Faulkner set to music.
The style of country music floats effortlessly between the 60s and the 70s
Top-notch traditional country mixed with comedy
Part country-funk, part sad singer-songwriter
Death Cab for Country Fans
Indie singer-songwriter country music
90s honky-tonk country music reborn
I’m predicting that Sturgill will win the Grammy for best rock album
Basically a Loretta Lynn and Patsy Cline cover album
It is as country as country can be