New traditionalist nation singer Elbert Western had a solid taste of success in the first ’90s when he penned Tracy Lawrence’s 1st two big strikes, “Sticks and Rocks” and “Can’t Break It to My Heart.” But following many years of spending all his royalties and attempting to eke out a full time income like a songwriter in Nashville — a city that, through the entire ’90s, increasingly switched its back around the classic make of nation he writes — resulted in him learning to be a documenting artist himself. Western world released his debut record, Livin’ the life span, in 2001. Your time and effort acts up the type of nation once place to vinyl by people like Merle Haggard and George Jones (both of whom offer good reference factors for West’s baritone). Lots of the designs penned by Western world, who was elevated within the coal areas of Western world Virginia, revolve around defiance, and there is a true rock & move spirit at the job in his shows. The first one from Livin’ the life span, “Diddley,” exemplifies that heart using its rollicking energy and in-your-face lyrics.
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