The new record, “Culberson County”, is NOW AVAILABLE at all digital retailers and everywhere you stream. Get it here: http://smarturl.it/culbersoncounty
Red Shahan has covered a hell of a lot of ground in the three years since the release of his debut, Men and Coyotes. The red-headed troubadour with the lonesome howl and penchant for somber portraits of busted boom towns and gritty, white-knuckled anthems has built a loyal audience the old-fashioned way: organically, from the ground up. His new album Culberson County (Thirty Tigers) is proudly rooted heart, mind, and soul in the West Texas earth from which he sprang. And yes, he’s still got a thing for coyotes, hearing in their wild cries not just the music of wide open spaces, but a defiant note of stubborn resiliency that speaks to his own instincts as a hardscrabble independent artist compelled to write about the all-too-often unsung – and unseen.
Hailing from the Heart of the American Mid-West, old school Honky Tonker Craig Gerdes writes and sings songs rooted in the Deep South and directly influenced by the Classic Country Catalog with a fresh new twist and razor sharp insight.
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