12 Songs, 50 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On his solo debut, Alter Bridge and Slash vocalist Myles Kennedy laments the death of his father in 1974—the Year of the Tiger in the Chinese zodiac—when Kennedy was just four years old. The acoustic guitar-driven album sees Kennedy avoiding the high-flying vocal acrobatics of his primary bands, occupying a lower register while playing guitar, banjo, lap steel, and mandolin on the rousing honky-tonk of "Devil on the Wall," the somber "Blind Faith," the haunting "Turning Stones," and the booming, infectious title track.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On his solo debut, Alter Bridge and Slash vocalist Myles Kennedy laments the death of his father in 1974—the Year of the Tiger in the Chinese zodiac—when Kennedy was just four years old. The acoustic guitar-driven album sees Kennedy avoiding the high-flying vocal acrobatics of his primary bands, occupying a lower register while playing guitar, banjo, lap steel, and mandolin on the rousing honky-tonk of "Devil on the Wall," the somber "Blind Faith," the haunting "Turning Stones," and the booming, infectious title track.

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