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For all of their grandstanding showmanship and outrageous humor, Big Kenny and John Rich have always had a knack for heart-melting ballads. The duo's more tender side is emphasized on their fifth album, Gravity. Freely mixing Nashville-style country with generous doses of pop and rock, Big & Rich expose their romantic scars, get nostalgic over old flames, and count their blessings in these tracks. “Lovin’ Lately” (featuring Tim McGraw), “Look at You,” and “Don’t Wake Me Up” strike a bittersweet note with simmering tempos and Eagles-style vocal harmonies. “Brand New Buzz” captures the thrill of falling in love with a jolt of upbeat energy. The duo step away from boy/girl matters for “That Kind of Town,” a skewed portrait of bad times back home. The album wraps up in hellacious fashion with “I Came to Git Down,” a raucous party anthem in the spirit of “Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy).” Gravity shows that Big & Rich still know how to turn on the teardrops or shake a crowd’s collective booty as the mood strikes them.

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K R 640

Sounds good.

Finally!

I cannot wait for the whole album. I KNOW it will be great. Big & Rich never fail. Love them!!

Lovin'n Lately

If you ask me this song sounds a little too much like Bruce Hornsby's 'Mandolin Rain', which is the MUCH better song.....

Biography

Formed: Nashville, TN

Genre: Country

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

A pair of gonzo country showmen initially shunned by the Nashville mainstream but eventually becoming the face of Music City as the 2000s drew to a close, Big & Rich were the most unlikely country success story of the new millennium. They didn't appear from nowhere, but when Horse of a Different Color exploded in 2004, it sure seemed like they did, memories of John Rich's time in Lonestar vanishing, along with any trace of Big Kenny's years struggling on the fringes of major-label studios. In its...
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