6 Songs, 21 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Whether it’s his successful prior EP of six songs, or simply the belief that all good things come in six-packs, Black Shelton is on to something good here. All About Tonight picks right up where Hillbilly Bone left off—raising hell and wooing women. “All About Tonight” kick-starts like a nitty-gritty roadhouse rocker with Shelton musing on his hangover and how he has to shake it off so he can get back to honky-tonkin’ after the sun goes down. “Who Are You When I’m Not Looking” downshifts into ballad territory, as he tries to get inside the mind of the woman who has his heart. But things get really hot when Shelton’s fiancé Miranda Lambert chimes in on “Draggin’ The River,” a country-rocking duet loaded with rootsy instrumentation that plays cutely nicely on their relationship.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Whether it’s his successful prior EP of six songs, or simply the belief that all good things come in six-packs, Black Shelton is on to something good here. All About Tonight picks right up where Hillbilly Bone left off—raising hell and wooing women. “All About Tonight” kick-starts like a nitty-gritty roadhouse rocker with Shelton musing on his hangover and how he has to shake it off so he can get back to honky-tonkin’ after the sun goes down. “Who Are You When I’m Not Looking” downshifts into ballad territory, as he tries to get inside the mind of the woman who has his heart. But things get really hot when Shelton’s fiancé Miranda Lambert chimes in on “Draggin’ The River,” a country-rocking duet loaded with rootsy instrumentation that plays cutely nicely on their relationship.

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