Sunday, September 29, 2019

Jason James Brings Back Traditional Country Music & The Drunken Hearts Become "Americana Heroes"

Traditional country artist Jason James returns with "Seems Like Tears Ago," the follow-up to his 2015 debut album. It will be released on October 4th through Melodyville Records and features ten new originals that carry a nostalgic country vibe. Jason James is pure classic country, from the clothes he wears on stage to the honky-tonk way he sings. James' latest album begins with the gentle twang of the title song, "Seems Like Tears Ago" and continues with the more upbeat "I Miss You After All," which will have you drawing comparisons to Hank Williams and Buck Owens. That sweet country swagger comes pouring out on "Move A Little Closer," as Jason James asserts himself as the leader of old-school country music. He slows the tempo down for the heartfelt emotions of "Achin' Takin' Place" and "Simply Divine," before swinging once again with the country waltz of "Cry On The Bayou." Jason James wraps up his new album with the quiet, easy flow of "Ole Used To Be" as you fall in love once again with his voice and style. To find out more about Jason James and his latest release "Seems Like Tears Ago," please visit

Arriving October 18th is the new album from the Americana, Colorado quintet, The Drunken Hearts. Their new album titled "Wheels Of The City" features eleven tracks, beginning with the slow building "Fire In A House," as The Drunken Hearts re-introduce themselves to you as five piece band. They continue with the more rock infused country vibe of "Shining Eyes" and the wonderfully melodic, swift, steady pace of "Run It All Together." Their Americana-rock influences comes shining through on "Unrest," while the title song, "Wheels Of The City" carries a country-blues sound that perfectly blends the sound of The Drunken Hearts into modern "Americana Heroes." The band finish up their new album with the sweet harmonies of "In The Middle" and the all-out rock approach of "The Cave." To find out more about The Drunken Hearts and their latest upcoming release "Wheels Of The City," please visit

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