Ratings and Reviews
Smooth, chillaxin, bluesy countryesque
I'm terrible at describing music and have no professional experience in that realm, so forgive my ill-informed review, but I know I liked this group. I saw Seth Power and the Part Timers opening for Shelly Fairchild at Duling Hall, Jackson, MS. Small venue, but this band should be blowing up IMO. What a steal to hear these people for only fifteen bucks. Lead male and female vocalists are really good. Seth has a husky, folksy voice that contrasts nicely with the melodic female backup. They covered Tracy Chapman and David Allen Coe's Tennessee Whiskey song and sounded phenomenal. I liked how Seth played the acoustic well and it paired great with his voice. They played a couple of originals that sounded really catchy, but unfortunately couldn't make out the lyrics thanks to the boisterous group carrying on sidebar next to our table. I could definitely listen to this band round the campfire with my fishing line out so I bought the EP.
This album is just what you need!!! Love it!!! Great voice, but also excellent music changes.