Rhett, Tuttle, Cauthen drop new music
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Rhett, Tuttle, Cauthen drop new music

Friday, April 1, 2022 – Thomas Rhett is out with his sixth studio album today, "Where We Started." The release contains 15 songs including "Death Row" featuring Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line and Russell Dickerson, "Half of Me" with Riley Green and the title track with pop singer Katie Perry.

Molly Tuttle releases "Crooked Tree" with her new bluegrass collective Golden Highway. Tuttle, an ace guitarist, is also on a new label, Nonesuch. Recorded live at Nashville's Oceanway Studios, "Crooked Tree" was produced by Tuttle and Dobro master Jerry Douglas and features collaborations with Sierra Hull, Old Crow Medicine Show, Margo Price, Billy Strings, Dan Tyminski and Gillian Welch. The album explores Tuttle's love of bluegrass, which she discovered through her father, a music teacher and multi-instrumentalist, and her grandfather, a banjo player. Across these 13 tracks, all of which were written/co-written by Tuttle, she honors the bluegrass tradition while also pushing the genre in new directions.

Paul Cauthen is out with "Country Coming Down" on his own label in collaboration with Thirty Tigers. Cauthen has an Outlaw Country feel to the proceedings. The disc was mostly produced, performed and recorded by Beau Bedford, Jason Burt and Cauthen at Modern Electric Sound Recorders in Dallas. Additional recording and mixing was done in Nashville and Fort Worth, Texas.


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CD review - Where We Started Thomas Rhett's "Where We Started" begins with a wonderfully positive relationship song titled "The Hill." Over a quiet, acoustic guitar arrangement, Rhett sings of how a successful marriage is the hill he wants to die on. In other words, if he's going to fight for anything, he's going to battle for his romantic partnership. Unsurprisingly, Lori McKenna had a part in writing it. When it comes to setting the right priorities in life, McKenna is one of our greatest ...
CD review - Country Again: Side A Thomas Rhett is in the artistic zone. Rhett Atkins' boy never really struggled to get noticed, but starting around 2015, his impact went nuclear – "Die A Happy Man" wasn't just a number one, but a monster that stayed there for two months. The ACM Award for Entertainer of the Year still carries a lot of weight, and Rhett nabbed it in 2019. Still, Rhett's sound has its doubters – a lot of the air-quote country hits were grafted to other dance, pop and soul styles. ...
CD review - Center Point Road Thomas Rhett represents a dilemma for traditional country music fans. Namely, that he doesn't create much country music that appeals to traditional tastes. Although "Center Point Road" doesn't entirely reverse that trend, even during its most overtly pop moments, this new collection of songs is still a pretty good one. The best song is also a love song - to a truck - titled "That Old Truck." It's the kind of song that only makes sense within country music circles. ...


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