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ALBUM REVIEW: Atteberry Station "Nights At Spillman Ranch"

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History is important to the five good ole' boys from Wellington, Texas who named their band Atteberry Station. With small town sensibilities and a knack for killer harmonies, Atteberry Station gives a noticeable nod of respect to the past while firmly looking to the future on the new album "Nights At Spillman Ranch."
Atteberry Station's respect for the past begins with a 6-second intro of a crackling record album that was a familiar hallmark of vinyl albums from artists seared in the memories of the band, such as Buddy Holly and Waylon Jennings. Indeed, the first full song on the album "Dr. Hugh" offers some Holly-esque moments that have been carefully fused with southern rock and Red Dirt. The result is a satisfying cut offering exceptional instrumental interludes.

The band's Texas country roots shine through on the stellar "A Girl Like Her,"  a well written song that could easily find a home on a Wade Bowen album. That's a high complim…

SINGLE REVIEW: "Suffer in Peace" by Tyler Farr - plus new album, free song downloads, new videos

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Tyler Farr is back with a new single "Suffer In Peace," which is the title track to his new album (April 28) of the same name. The single is a major surprise - with thought provoking lyrics that immediately grab you and a winning chorus you just can't forget. "Suffer In Peace" is not your average country song - it is a textured goodbye letter from a person in deep pain. To help fans really understand and appreciate the new single, Tyler Farr even made the unusual move of releasing two new videos for "Suffer In Peace" (one live from Nashville). Plus, he is offering his fans the single free right now (plus two additional songs) when they preorder the new album for $7.99 on iTunes or Amazon.

First of all, let's get something straight: There is some suffering involved with listening to the single "Suffer In Peace" - actually, just enough to help you truly feel the lyrics. From the first syllable uttered in the song, you immediately und…