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Another Hoge gem

I've been a Hoge fan since I first heard him in Nashville several years ago. If you think his voice sounds good on the CD, hear him live- he's amazing. Draw the Curtains is another soulful peformance from a guy with a powerful voice. Will Hoge is a true musician- he doesn't care about the big label, only about turning out great music and putting on a great show.

my least favorite album of will's...

while most of the die-hard fans are praising Hoge's latest work, I have to say I'm slightly disappointed with the studio version of these songs we've been hearing live for years. Most of these songs were recorded during "The Man Who Killed Love" sessions (which was a GREAT album) and turned into what we now have as "Draw the Curtains". Many of the songs have been reworked tremendously compared to the live versions ("Dirty Little War") that have been played for years and now feel like an artist struggling to find his sound.. Many of songs have excellent lyrics, but the music does not support what is going on lyrically and cause such a distraction that you never really get drawn in to what is being said... this is partly because Will has had such a tremendous turnover with his backing band and there is no consistency in the sound or style of those surrounding him every night. There are two songs on here that save the album entirely... the 1st and last tracks... "When I Can Afford To Lose" has the sincerity and passion that we've come to know and love in Will, and "The Highways Home" tells a story that any touring musician can relate to in a sound that WAS completely different than anything Hoge had ever done before... the problem is, the entire album has that same sound and takes away from the magic of it's closing track... My roomate said it best... the problem with this album is that six songs in, there's been nothing memorable that makes you want to listen again. Save your money... buy select tracks from "Man Who Killed Love" and "Draw the Curtains" and make what COULD have been the best album Will released to date.

Amazing.

Personally, I think Will is talented enough to pull off any genre he wants. He's versatile like that. No offense to anyone but I've notice9 d most of the people who don't like the latest album just want to hear Will's same 'ol sound, but that's just not who he is. He likes to mix it up, he has fun doing it, and I respect that. It's much better than the top 40 follow up albums that sound exactly the same as the first ones just with different lyrics and a slightly different beat. Also, he's already said his next album will be nothing like this one, so it's just a matter of time you guys. Trust me, I've known him since I was just a kid and I learned early on: When it comes to WH, you never know what to expect! ( :

Biography

Born: November 14, 1972 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Born and raised in Tennessee, songwriter Will Hoge made his name honing a blend of soulful Americana and heartland rock & roll. After spending his childhood in the Nashville suburb of Franklin, he left Tennessee to study history at Western Kentucky University. Music drew him back home, however, and he relocated to Nashville to assemble a band that included former Georgia Satellites guitarist Dan Baird. Hoge then...
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