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Country - Released April 3, 2020 | Warner Music Nashville

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Eric Church has called Ashley McBryde his favorite new artist, and he's sure to love the songwriter's second album, which is stamped with Church hallmarks: clever, poetic lyrics, sizzling guitars and a marked lack of any unnecessary frills. In fact, he might be downright jealous of "One Night Standards," with lines like "How it goes is/the bar closes/there's no king bed covered in roses." McBryde also shares Church's love of outlaw culture on tracks like the honky-tonk "First Thing I Reach For" and headbanging "Voo Doo Doll." And while country songs usually take the gospel as, well, gospel, on "Shut Up Sheila" a grieving McBryde dares to tell bible thumpers where they can shove their thoughts and prayers. The album runs the gamut from bittersweet ballads ("Sparrow") to John Cougar-style hip-shakers ("Hang In There"), haunting O Brother, Where Art Thou? simplicity ("Velvet Red") to the rocking "Martha Divine," which echoes Jason Isbell. Throughout, there's a streak of anger and pain over McBryde's brother's suicide; "Stone" is an absolute heartbreaker. Add it all up, and Never Will cements McBryde's place on Music Row for a long time to come. © Shelly Ridenour / Qobuz
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Country - Released March 30, 2018 | Atlantic - Warner Music Nashville

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Girl Going Nowhere… That’s what one of her former teachers in Mammoth Spring, Arkansas, once kindly told Ashley McBryde… Of course, the future seems rather bright for the country songwriter who, after pearling opening acts for Eric Church, Chris Stapleton and Miranda Lambert, she is now releasing her first album. Produced by Jay Joyce, this Girl Going Nowhere is a profoundly honest bucking! A treaty that smells like dust, Elijah Craig bourbon (according to Church, the lady is quite “a whisky-drinking badass”!), the road and battered life. All in all, an album quite similar to those of Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell and Margo Price, the ambassadors of a contemporary scene that has purified the genre from any pop temptation. A true revelation! © Max Dembo/Qobuz
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Country - Released August 30, 2019 | Warner Music Nashville

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Country - Released February 20, 2020 | Warner Music Nashville

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Country - Released March 30, 2018 | Atlantic - Warner Music Nashville

Girl Going Nowhere… That’s what one of her former teachers in Mammoth Spring, Arkansas, once kindly told Ashley McBryde… Of course, the future seems rather bright for the country songwriter who, after pearling opening acts for Eric Church, Chris Stapleton and Miranda Lambert, she is now releasing her first album. Produced by Jay Joyce, this Girl Going Nowhere is a profoundly honest bucking! A treaty that smells like dust, Elijah Craig bourbon (according to Church, the lady is quite “a whisky-drinking badass”!), the road and battered life. All in all, an album quite similar to those of Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell and Margo Price, the ambassadors of a contemporary scene that has purified the genre from any pop temptation. A true revelation! © Max Dembo/Qobuz
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Country - Released July 29, 2019 | Warner Music Nashville

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Country - Released March 6, 2020 | Warner Music Nashville

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Country - Released January 27, 2020 | Warner Music Nashville

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Country - Released January 13, 2020 | Warner Music Nashville

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Country - Released July 12, 2019 | Warner Music Nashville

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Country - Released June 21, 2019 | Warner Music Nashville

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Country - Released October 6, 2017 | Atlantic - Warner Music Nashville

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Country - Released February 23, 2018 | Atlantic - Warner Music Nashville

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Country - Released October 6, 2017 | Atlantic - Warner Music Nashville

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Country - Released January 19, 2018 | Atlantic - Warner Music Nashville

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Country - Released October 6, 2017 | Atlantic - Warner Music Nashville