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The former Drive-By Trucker delivers his most diverse album yet in Something More Than Free, a beautifully observed and finely conceived collection of windswept rock that finds the singer/songwriter exploring questions of place and identity. While “Speed Trap Town” perfectly captures the feeling of growing up in rural America, “24 Frames” ponders faith and family—all with the lyrical acuity of Townes Van Zandt and the melodic aplomb of Tom Petty.

Customer Reviews

Isbell

This guy is on the verge of entering the pantheon of great American singer-songwriters alongside the likes of Dylan, Springsteen and Petty. He is truly phenomenal.

Can't Wait

Jason, Sturgill, and Stapleton are the best guys out there right now.

Finally!

Jason Isbell is one of this generation's premier poets and songwriters. We can listen to his songs over and over and never tire of his lyrics, phrasing and musicality.

He is equally great in concert as he is on his albums.

Authentic. The real deal.

Biography

Born: February 1, 1979 in Green Hill, AL

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s, '10s

After spending six years with Southern rock outfit Drive-By Truckers, singer/guitarist Jason Isbell left the group in 2007 to pursue a solo career. Isbell had already honed his songwriting skills during his tenure with the Truckers, and he funneled those talents into Sirens of the Ditch, a bluesy, punk-infused lesson in guitar tones and Southern swagger that marked his solo debut in summer 2007. Backed by a new band dubbed the 400 Unit, Isbell took his songs on the road and soon began penning another...
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