Andy Ferrell – At Home and In Nashville

  • April 10, 2016

one of his greatest musical influences, the late Doc Watson. Ferrell’s debut full-length album, At Home and In Nashville, reflects on the well-travelled path between homegrown Appalachian musicians and bright lights of Music City. Calling on inspirations like Hank Williams and Townes Van Zandt, Ferrell’s brand of songcraft is poignant and bittersweet, musing on themes of love, loss, home and the road. The twelve tracks feature Ferrell’s classic country-folk vocals, pedal steel, harmonica, and host of other accomplished instrumentation. Notable tracks include: opener “Last Dime Blues”; “High Water, Low Bridge”; the toe-tapping “Nobody to Answer To”; the barroom ballad “Photographs and Letters”; the outlaw’s tale on “Run Billy Run”; and the downtrodden drifter’s song, “The Price of Freedom.” Take a listen to this up-and-coming talent, who is sure to make an impact with his authentic style of county folk. – Written by JFelton



SIMILAR | Woody Guthrie, Townes Van Zandt, Doc Watson, Hank Williams