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Simpson signs with Atlantic

Friday, January 16, 2015 – Sturgill Simpson announced that he has signed a record deal with Atlantic Records.

Simpson released "Metamodern Sounds in Country Music" last year to much praise. The disc has been on the Billboard top 20.

On his Facebook page, Simpson depicted an Atlantic single with his name on there. Above the disc were the names of previous Atlantic artists including Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones, Otis Redding and Willie Nelson.

There was no word on when a new disc would be out.


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CD review - Cuttun' Grass Vol 1 The Butcher Shoppe Sessions Anybody that believes you can have too much of a good thing, obviously hasn't listened to Sturgill Simpson's "Cuttin' Grass" collections, volumes one and two. Volume one contains a plentiful 20 songs, and it's a hoot and a holler – start to finish. Simpson's point of view is complicated. He sounds just as natural singing about God, as he does on "All Around You," as he does while traveling down that highway to hell with "Railroad of Sin. ...
CD review - A Soldier's Guide to Earth If scratching your head about the sounds emanating from Sturgill Simpson's third release, then "It Ain't All Flowers" from his last release, the excellent "Metamodern Sounds in Country Music," ought to serve as a reference point. In a disc filled with traditional country sounds, "Flowers" was about as far away as one could get with the electronics sounding so completely disjointed from everything else on the release. Put it this way - " Islands" ...
CD review - Metamodern Sounds in Country Music The first time you hear Sturgill sing you may feel like you've heard a ghost - the ghost of Waylon Jennings, that is. Although his voice isn't as low as Jennings' was, it's nevertheless still in the same general vocal range ballpark. Better still, the Kentucky native sings wonderfully honest country songs. "Life of Sin," for instance, is a song about, well, sinning, which is really some of what great country is all about. Yes, most of this album will do a ...


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