Sounds Like: Merle Haggard, Randy Travis, Travis Tritt, Johnny Cash, Lynyrd Skynyrd
Bio: Hey every one. We try to keep a more traditional style to our music. We feel if country is going to crossover to another generation of music it should be Rock, Southern Rock or Blues instead of Pop or Hip Hop. We think that is the wrong direction for country music to go. This is just Our opinion...See Full Bio
““I liked this song from top to bottom, and from the very first moment. The absolutely impressive intro, and the accompaniment that makes it so, gives a deep impact right away. The most highlighted instruments are the lead guitar and the piano, for giving an original and engaging performance to the arrangement. It's an absolutely authentic performance in every tune, and the stylish vocal gives it an even more distinctive touch. Hands down, it's the accompaniment that takes most of the credit, but the singer adds his part to the final impact in full, and even if the lyrics are short and simple, this song is nothing less than memorable. It makes you dance even while sitting, and that's the kind of impact to bring the audience along for real.””
Be the first to ask Robert DeHart a question!