Kory Quinn — At the End of the Bar
Kory Quinn’s the bluesman you didn’t know you were missing.
At The End of the Bar is a deliciously old-timey album that never leaves you with the yellowed patina of reconstruction nor that sticky Sweet’n’Low feeling of artificial retro revival. You get the sense that this is the kind of music Quinn was born to play.
Describing music as “old timey” is usually a surefire way to get me to pass on it. Trust me when I say there’s something for everyone here. Quinn explores Cajun just as easily as country rock. He can croon and howl with the best of ’em.
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