The Devil Makes Three, Watson live are out
Friday, August 24, 2018
– The Devil Makes Three return with "Chains Are Broken." The 11-song set was produced by Ted Hutt (Gaslight Anthem, Flogging Molly) and recorded at Sonic Ranch Studios in El Paso, Texas. This is the trio's first album of original material since 2013's "I'm A Stranger Here." The new album follows their acclaimed 2016 collection of covers, "Redemption & Ruin."
Aaron Watson went the live route with "Live at the World's Largest Rodeo Show." The 14-song set was recorded at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo in 2017. This is the Texan's 14th release and first live album in more than a decade. The show as performed before 65,000 fans on opening night of the 2017 Rodeo Houston. The release includes a bonus track, "Higher Ground," which Watson wrote in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.
More news for Aaron Watson
CD reviews for Aaron Watson
The opening track to Aaron Watson's "Red Bandana" double album is "The Ghost of Guy Clark," and it's an appropriate way to kick things off. The legendary songwriter's spirit hands the narrator, Watson, a guitar and asks him to play a song. After just a couple lines, Clark stops him cold, saying "I think I've heard enough of that. When you've heard one, you've heard them all," It's probably exactly how a meeting with the spirit of an ...
When Aaron Watson titled his holiday album "An Aaron Watson Family Christmas," he wasn't kidding about the "family" part. Although his children - Jake, Jack and Jolee - are advertised as making cameo appearances, they're actually an essential part. "Christmas Time Is Here," for example, is an all-kids rendition. Watson's kids give this album special charm, while his singing and playing bring the traditional skill.
This album includes a couple of new songs. ...
Listening to a concert album can never completely replicate experiencing an artist in person, but Aaron Watson's "Live at The World's Biggest Rodeo Show" comes close. Watson performs these 14 songs with such enthusiasm, it's tough to avoid getting caught up in his jubilant celebration.
He covers a lot of lyrical ground, expressing patriotism with both "Raise Your Bottle" and "They Don't Make 'Em Like They Used To," love of family with ...