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“I’ve been carrying my trouble, this pack strapped to my shoulder ever since I was a baby,” moans Ryan Bingham in the first swaying moments of his fifth solo outing. Bingham’s earnestness makes the tune—and much of the album—an unshakable collection of poignant songwriting. Produced by Jim Scott (who worked on Tom Petty’s Wildflowers and Wilco’s self-titled album), Fear and Saturday Night is filled with tough-guy laments (“Broken Heart Tattoos”), fuzz-driven rockers (“Top Shelf Drug,” “Hands of Time”), and sparely accompanied tributes to self-destruction (“My Diamond Is Too Rough”). But it's Bingham’s voice—spackled with rodeo dust and world-weary grit—that haunts us long after the lights of Fear and Saturday Night fade.

Customer Reviews

Bingham Returns

I really like what I've heard so far, especially radio. Mescalito is one of my favorite albums of all time, and Fear and Saturday night looks like it's gonna be good too!

great early release

going back to his roots. very promising album!

Fear and Saturday Night

What a great bounce back for Bingham. Tomorrowland was disappointing but this is up there with Mescalito and Junky Star. The three singles are classic Bingham and the rest of the album is just as good.


Born: March 31, 1981 in Hobbs, NM

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Americana singer/songwriter Ryan Bingham was raised in rural Texas, where years of hardscrabble ranch work and rodeo competitions would later lend a sense of authenticity to his music. Living alone since his mid-teens, Bingham shuttled back and forth between Southwestern border towns and relatives' homes, often sleeping in his truck after rodeo shows. It was during those treks that he began entertaining friends with the guitar, an instrument he'd learned at the age of 17 from a mariachi neighbor....
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