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King, Gibson Brothers put out new music

Friday, January 27, 2023 – Elle King has enjoyed success singing on country songs with Miranda Lambert "Drunk (And I Don't Want To Go Home)" and "Worth a Shot and "Different for Girls"" with Dierks Bentley. Now, she has gone for a more country sound herself with "Come Get Your Wife," a13-song release.

The Gibson Brothers - Leigh and - are out with "Darkest Hour," a disc produced by Jerry Douglas. The dozen-song disc featured Mike Barber (bass), Justin Moses (mandolin), Eamon McLoughlin (fiddle), and Douglas, adding in John Gardner (drums), Guthrie Trapp (electric guitar), Todd Parks (bass) and Alison Krauss (vocals) for the final tracks.

Canadian singer Brett Kissell put out the first part of his new project, "The South Album." This is the first of four albums being released throughout the year as a part of The Compass Project. It features 11 songs and includes Kissel's new single, "Never Have I Ever," "Ain't The Same," featuring pop group 98, and recent releases of Kissel's, such as "Watch It" and "Our Home."

Nearly 40 years ago, the Marshall Family's David Marshall issued an album on Mountain Home Music Company. Out of print for years, "Clearwaters" has been newly mastered and is now available as a digital-only album on all streaming platforms. The release was recorded at the Horizon Music Group studios in Asheville, N.C. for the then-fledgling label. Best known for his work with his family's bluegrass gospel group, which released three albums back in the 1970s, Marshall's songs were covered by Ralph Stanley and Larry Sparks. Together with co-producer Tim Surrett, he assembled a group of musicians that included returning members of the Family, multi-instrumentalist David Johnson, J.P. Pennington of Exile, and Dale Ann Bradley; Bryan Sutton; bassist Ben Isaacs (The Isaacs) and mandolinist Jeff Parker (Dailey & Vincent, Joe Mullins & the Radio Ramblers).

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CD review - Come Get Your Wife This Elle King album has been described as her full-blown country record, and while she's already had country radio success with "Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home)," which features Miranda Lambert, and "Worth a Shot," featuring Dierks Bentley from it, you need only hear the persistent banjo running through "Ohio," the album opener, to know right away this is real country music. And nowhere does this release disappoint along the way. King sometimes sings ...

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