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Wacka-chicka guitars, shuffly disco-pop beats, and a soulful falsetto don’t usually make for much of a country song, but that’s just fine by Brett Eldredge, who gives the genre a bit of a makeover on Ilinois. Witness that funky strut on “You Can’t Stop Me” or the galloping rock of “Fire”—these tunes waste no time getting down to business. Still, when Eldredge wants to revel in classic country vibes, he does so confidently, getting reflective on “Lose It All” or taking it home on the big-band stomper “Illinois.”

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Updated Review (after album release): Very, very, very great album! Best country album of the year, in my opinion (so far). Best Songs: "If You Were My Girl", "Fire", "Lose My Mind", "Lose it All", and "Wanna Be That Song". No songs are bad on this album. Definitely a must-have for any country/music listener. Solid 9/10 and huge recommendation.




I just start loving country music, I already know some of them like Luke Bryan, Hunter Hayes, Thomas Rhett, Keith Urban, Tim McGraw, Kacey Musgraves and more. And than i found Brett Eldredge! This guy have a big talent in country music. “Wanna Be That Song" was one of my fav song from him!👌🏻👌🏻


Born: March 23, 1986 in Paris, IL

Genre: Country

Years Active: '10s

Singing country music with a soulful edge and more than a dash of pop polish, Brett Eldredge was born in Paris, Illinois on March 23, 1986, and grew up listening to singers Ray Charles, Frank Sinatra, and Bobby Darin. After hearing Brooks & Dunn at the age of 16, he became fascinated by country music, a fascination that stayed with him when he began attending Elmhurst College in Chicago. After a trip to Nashville, where he heard his cousin Terry Eldredge (a veteran of Dolly Parton's band and a member...
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