Philip Masorti—Father’s Eyes—Pennsylvania-based singer-songwriter blends many different flavors of country, blues and folks while using strong literary references. Bringing intensely personal, political and darkly sentimental music to the forefront, Father’s Eyes is the debut album that showcases Masorti’s efforts. 4.5 McRiprock’s.
Rick Broussard—Let It Go—Longtime front man of the legendary Two Hoots and Holler blaze through rockabilly punk sets on stage from time to time. This album, Let It Go, is a bit more personal then his previous work and is a celebration of British and Texan rock and roll. “It’s sort of a fusion record of West Texas rock and roll—Buddy Holly, Bobby Fuller and such—with the British rock and roll that I love, like the Who and the Clash.” 4.5 McRiprock’s.