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For his third album, one-time traditionalist Ball trades in the honky tonk of his first two albums for more conventional contemporary country. And while he still has the barroom voice to make even the corniest of material sound soulful and authentic, there is an abundance of barely average songs filling out Play's songbook. Worse, the Nashville gloss is piled on heavy, turning Ball's strum and twang into just another outing from a probationary member of Music City's hat club. Still, there's an edge to several of the songs here that a bigger selling artist like Garth Brooks could never muster. A slight misstep.


Nacido(a): 03 de mayo de 1959 en Rock Hill, SC

Género: Country

Años de actividad: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

David Ball was born in Rock Hill, SC, on July 9, 1953. The son of a Baptist minister father and musician mother, Ball started playing the ukulele as a young boy, but by age 12 had switched to guitar. After high school, he and hometown friends Walter Hyatt and Champ Hood moved to Nashville, where they scraped out a living as Uncle Walt's Band. The going was tough, and eventually the trio moved to Austin, TX, hoping to find greener pastures. There Ball and his friends matured as musicians, playing...
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