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The Place You're In

Kenny Wayne Shepherd

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A departure from his roots

The heart of Kenny Wayne's guitar is in this album, but it is a bit of a disappointing departure from his soulful Texas blues. His singing voice and the accompanying instruments have an Aerosmith like sound. Good in its own right, but no comparison to the tunes from Live On.

Gustav96

His best

good album overall

I think this is a really good album by KWS. i could do without kid rock on it but overall, its good. 'Let Go' in particular
is a great song. It is more of a rock album but i think he did a good job. if you really like his guitar style its not lost in
the rock, it's in there, just more subdued.

Biography

Born: June 12, 1977 in Shreveport, LA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Kenny Wayne Shepherd and his group exploded on the scene in the mid-'90s and garnered huge amounts of radio airplay on commercial radio, which historically has not been a solid home for blues and blues-rock music, with the exception of Stevie Ray Vaughan in the mid-'80s. Shepherd was born June 12, 1977, in Shreveport, Louisiana. The Shreveport native began playing at age seven, figuring out Muddy Waters licks from his father's record collection (he has never taken a formal lesson). At age 13, he...
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