This review was originally published in May of 2018.
This is a summer afternoon porch jam. It's a beautiful mix of double bass, a sweet duet harmony, slide guitar and some flat-picking, just like old times. But there's a modern spin on the melody; the verses feel like Lucinda Williams and the fun-time chorus could be an atypically-happy Frazey Ford.
This duet from Arkansas just throws down the bluegrass canvas and paints in a pair of voices, celebrating together. The energy is palpable and infectious. This is a small garden of roots, with Folk, Bluegrass, and Pop elements growing together in the Ozark sun.