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Americana Country Blues Rock

Copperhead Jones is down by the water in his narratively blissful country single, Cold Beers and Tight Lines

While deployed with the US Navy in 2012, the Texan country crooner, Copperhead Jones, started to pen his roots-deep Americana songs. A decade down the line, he is fresh from the release of his narratively escapist sophomore album, Anchor.

The standout single, Cold Beers and Tight Lines, lyrically sets the scene of a more serene time, while the upbeat Americana instrumentals feed the euphonic highs through the flair of the bluesy piano motifs, winding Country guitars and assuredly steady percussion that would have a dive bar crowd tapping their feet to the tight snappy rhythmic magnetism in no time at all. Regardless of the mood that Cold Beers and Tight Lines catches you in, the soulfully sincere soundscape is sure to brighten it.

Cold Beers and Tight Lines is now available to stream on Spotify along with the rest of Copperhead Jones’ 2022 album, Anchor.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Jim Luke – That’s My Whisky on Your Breath: Guitar-Heavy Americana Country Blues Rock

If you’ve ever thought that Classic Americana Blues has always been missing a dizzying amount of guitar reverb then Jim Luke’s latest single That’s My Whisky on Your Breath may just need to become a prominent part of your playlists. Seriously, there’s no overstating how cataclysmically raucous the guitar progressions are, especially when they are matched with the tight crashing of the drum cymbals.

Instrumentally, the track which was released July 11th almost veers off into the Hard Rock arena, yet with his archetypally inviting vocal style Jim Luke keeps his latest single within the comfortable realms of Country Rock. With a lyrical styling which shares a reminiscence to bands such as the Dropkick Murphys you can be sure that That’s My Whisky on Your Breath will take you on a quaint yet compelling journey as you’re invited into the soundscape.

You can check out Jim Luke’s latest single That’s My Whisky on Your Breath by heading over to YouTube now. If you’re sold on Jim Luke’s sound, why not check out the rest of his album ‘Angel that Fell’.

Review by Amelia Vandergast