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Ashton Shepherd comes out of the gate tackling hard country with the ache and abandon of someone who’s lived the music for several lifetimes. The 21-year-old Alabamian's twang-heavy vocals carry the bite of a young Patty Loveless, with a dash of Loretta Lynn’s full-bodied angst thrown in. There’s no wild-girl affectation here, just real-life domestic dysfunction and booze-soaked regret. Whether she’s dressing down a cold-hearted male (“Takin’ Off This Pain”), carrying a torch for a lost love (“Old Memory”) or missing her single years (“I Ain’t Dead Yet”), she never fails to convince. Her party anthem “Not Right Now” gives Gretchen Wilson a run for her money, and “Whisky Won the Battle” is harrowing enough to skirt Lynyrd Skynyrd territory. Tracks like “Regular Joe” and the title tune display a sensual passion that’s all too rare in country these days. Producer Buddy Killen deserves praise for taking a sparse, tradition-rooted approach on these tracks, and Shepherd's performances are little short of heavenly.

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I got the song "Takin' Off This Pain" as the free single of the week awhile ago. I loved the song instantly and listen to it all the time. When I saw the Ashton Shepherd had released an album, I got excited and checked it out right away. I bought the song "Sounds So Good" and it has been on repeat every since. The rest of the album is amazing and fun to listen to, and it is also nice to know that Ashton Shepherd wrote the majority of the songs of this album, and it shows how much she cares about her music. For all of you who believe she is trying to be like Gretchen Wilson, I have to strongly disagree with, Ashton Shepherd is her own artist with different music. Buy this album, it is worth the money!!!!


love when girls sing about stuff we really do go through! I LOVE this good to hear a new accent in country music!


Ashton is so fresh and real! Her accent is pure South Alabama country, no put-ons here. If you like true country, you will love this!


Born: August 16, 1986 in Coffeeville, AL

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A gifted country songwriter and singer, Ashton Shepherd was born August 16, 1986, in Coffeeville, Alabama. She reportedly began singing as soon as she could talk and began writing song lyrics in notebooks when she was only five or six years old. Shepherd entered her first country showdown when she was eight, singing Patsy Cline songs, and was soon performing regularly at local fairs, benefits, and community events. She picked up the guitar when she was 15 and that same year her parents helped finance...
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