Sturgill Simpson

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I am a big supporter of Sturgill Simpson and Chris Stapleton and alike.
Sarah Shook is great also.
Country Music needs rescuing from this version that passes for country today.
It is my abiding belief that the death of good music and it's replacement with these pod people that pass for country artists and pop artists must be stopped. It's a plot. I just haven't figured out who's behind it.
I'll get back to you.
 

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I've been busy, quickly visit the sites, now I stop by and listen to "life ain't fair", what I like with country music is that it reflects the way I feel... A beautiful song.
Though I'm not fan of his last album.
 

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Here's a new Sturgill Simpson track from the "The Dead Don’t Die" soundtrack.

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Nice to hear some old school country from Sturgill again!
 

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Country singer-songwriter Sturgill Simpson follows-up his Grammy award-winning 2016 album, A Sailor's Guide to Earth and 2019 theme song for Jim Jarmusch's zombie comedy, The Dead Don't Die with Sound & Fury which accompanies the new anime film of the same name based on a story by Simpson himself and made with writer/director Jumpei Mizusaki and character designer Takashi Okazaki. The 10-track effort was produced by Simpson alongside John Hill and bandmates Bobby Emmett, Chuck Bartels and Miles Miller.

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SOUND & FURY album out 9/27

Track list:
Ronin
Remember to Breathe
Sing Along
A Good Look
Make Art Not Friends
Best Clockmaker on Mars
All Said and Done
Last Man Standing
Mercury in Retrograde
Fastest Horse in Town

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Sound & Fury is a great album. I have been listening to quite a bit of country lately...Can't get enough of the following:

Chris Stapleton
Brent Cobb
Kendel Marvell
Brothers Osborne
Tyler Childers
Cody Jinks
Whiskey Myers
 

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Sturgill has released a new bluegrass album "Cuttin’ Grass Vol. 1: The Butcher Shoppe Sessions". As far as I know, the album is already available digitally, but will be released on physical formats on December 8.

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Cuttin’ Grass Vol. 1: The Butcher Shoppe Sessions Track List

1. All Around You
2. All the Pretty Colors
3. Breakers Roar
4. I Don’t Mind
5. I Wonder
6. Just Let Go
7. Life Ain’t Fair
8. A Little Light
9. Life of Sin
10. Long White Line
11. Living the Dream
12. Old King Coal
13. Railroad of Sin
14. Sitting Here Without You
15. Sometimes Wine
16. The Storm
17. Time After All
18. Turtles All the Way Down
19. Voices
20. Water in a Well

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Sturgill has announced 'Cuttin’ Grass Vol 2.', to be relesed on physical formats on March 30, 2021.

TRACK LIST:

1. Call To Arms
2. Brace for Impact (Live a Little)
3. Oh Sarah
4. Sea Stories
5. Hero
6. Welcome To Earth (Pollywog)
7. Jesus Boogie
8. Keep It Between The Lines
9. You Can Have The Crown
10. Tennessee
11. Some Days
12. Hobo Cartoon

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Sturgill Simpson Announces 5th Album ‘The Ballad of Dood & Juanita’

Sturgill Simpson has officially announced his 5th album named The Ballad of Dood & Juanita to be released on August 20th, and according to the hashtag accompanying the announcement, it will be “Yer Pawpaw’s country music.” The album appears to be titled after Sturgill’s grandparents. Lawrence “Dood” Fraley was Sturgill’s grandfather who was the inspiration behind his song “Hero,” and also appears in the introduction of his album Metamodern Sounds in Country Music.

Sturgill says about the conceptualized album, “I Just wanted to write a story— not a collection of songs that tell a story, but an actual story, front to back. [This album is] a rollercoaster ride through all the styles of traditional country and bluegrass and mountain music that I love, including gospel and a capella. It is a simple tale of either redemption or revenge.”

TRACK LIST:

1. “Prologue”
2. “Ol’ Dood” (part I)
3. “One in the Saddle, One on the Ground”
4. “Shamrock”
5. “Played Out”
6. “Sam”
7. “Juanita” (featuring Willie Nelson)
8. “Go in Peace”
9. “Epilogue”
10. “Ol’ Dood” (part II)

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