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Brandon Rhyder goes Live at Billy Bob's Texas

Wednesday, January 26, 2011 – Brandon Rhyder will take the stage at Billy Bob's in Fort Worth, Texas to record "Live at Billy Bob's Texas" on Friday, Feb. 25. He will become the 39th artist to record for the series, due out on Smith Music Group.

'I take pride in the songs that I write and want to be able to sing many of them for years to come. I still have a lot to learn, and as life presents itself, I'll continue to strive to get better,said Rhyder.

Rhyder's last disc was 'Head Above Water." A single, Rock Angel, held the number one spot on both the Texas Music chart and the Texas Regional Radio for two consecutive weeks. The video was recently added to CMT Pure.

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CD review - That's Just Me As a fixture in the Texas/Red Dirt music scene, Brandon Rhyder is also one of its more prolific artists. "That's Just Me" is his eighth album in 12 years and features sounds from across the country landscape, from simple acoustic arrangements to a polished, country-pop songs. Thanks to Rhyder's engaging vocals and some well-written lyrics, "That's Just Me" keeps the listener engaged, even when a song doesn't quite connect. On some occasions, Rhyder dips ...
CD review - Head Above Water On Brandon Rhyder's last album, "Every Night," there was an underlying slickness that was appealing on the surface, but when you got right down to it, it didn't come across as wholly authentic. Really, it was 2005's "Conviction" that got Rhyder a lot of attention. Rhyder hit a home run, having employed Texas treasure Walt Wilkins to produce. On his latest, Rhyder and Wilkins work together again, and the results are musical magic. Let it be said that Rhyder has ...
CD review - Every Night Brandon Rhyder's fifth album finds the Texas-born singer-songwriter at his tender expressive best. Working with producer/co-writer Radney Foster, he has fashioned a 12-song (plus 1 ghost track) set of moving ballads and catchy blue collar hook songs. Shades of country rock and old school twang provide sonic grit to the musician's road warrior ballad Old Red Door and the moody lost love paean She Couldn't Lie Anymore. In the modern country lexicon, belated father appreciation ...

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