Review: ‘Whiskey and the Dog’ – Creed Fisher

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Fisher’s latest release is his most authentic to date, with him writing or co-writing all of the songs, it is both patriotic and passionate. A true outlaw country artist, Fisher isn’t afraid to say it like it is, his gravelly vocals add weight to his statements.

‘Whiskey and the Dog’ is a stand-out, despite it’s sombre tone it is packed full of humour, especially in the list-lyric chorus. In fact there is comedy mixed in throughout the album which gives it a unique flavour.

His pride for his country comes out in ‘The Good Ol’ U.S. Of A.’ the former veteran delivers a positive and inspiring message to his listeners, showing his gratitude for the life he leads. He pays homage to the southern lifestyle in ‘Jesus, Haggard & Jones’, the pedal steel and vocal harmonies really making this song complete.

A fantastic production supports clever lyrics and catchy melodies, a must have in every country fans collection. 

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