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Abbott becomes a father

Friday, May 5, 2017 – Josh Abbott of Josh Abbott Band and his girlfriend, Taylor Parnell, welcomed Emery Farryn Abbott this morning.

Born Friday, May 5, around 1 a.m. in Austin, Emery Farryn Abbott weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces and measured 19 inches long.

The name Emery Farryn means "brave adventure." "We wanted to do something similar with a girl name to how my brother named his daughter Eisley Dawn, which means 'cheerful beginnings'...The word 'brave' is a word I used to describe Taylor in a song I wrote for her, 'I'm Your Only Flaw,' on the new album coming out this year,' said Abbott.

Abbott's band has released four full-length CDs and an EP since 2008. His last disc, "Front Row Seat," chronicled his split from his wife. He received some airplay with "Wasn't That Drunk," which featured Carly Pearce, now signed to Big Machine.


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CD review - Catching Fire Releasing five albums and two EPs since 2008, the normally prolific Josh Abbott Band returns more to its roots after exploring new, more Nashville-type sound over the last two albums. This self-released effort shows maturity and confidence by remembering who they are and expanding their base at the same time. With the title cut, "Catching Fire," co-written by Abbott, serving as a bridge between their past musical exploration and their rootsy Texas sound, it is his distinctive voice ...
CD review - Until My Voice Goes Out Josh Abbott Band opens its album "Until My Voice Goes Out" with the title track, which features the unique combination of stately strings along with plucked banjo. In one respect, it's a love song about the desire for a specific woman. Couched within this plea, though, is a sincere wish for a life lived to the fullest. Abbott also sings "Ain't My Daddy's Down" at album's end, which explains the meditative nature of the record's opener. ...
CD review - Front Row Seat Customarily Texas and Red Dirt artists have proudly existed outside of the mainstream, relying more on quality song writing and a defiantly traditional edge to their music, with fiddles and steel guitar prominent. Josh Abbott Band came from this scene and built a faithful fan base. Abbott boldly decided to create a concept album this time around. The disc is divided into five acts, which represent the stages of a relationship from courtship to the aftermath of a breakup, an idea very similar ...


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