While there are many 'best-of' or 'worst of' or 'dissappointing' lists coming out this time of year, few if any will manage to cover most aspects of Country music as our "Top 25 Country Albums of 2008" manages to do.
In an era of pro-tools, auto-tune and other forms of digital studio trickery, Hal Ketchum decided to record “Father Time” the old-fashioned way. In the course of two days, Hal and band cranked out 14 tunes the old school way; live, in the studio, the singer with the band.
After recording and touring behind albums in Europe the past few years, Hal Ketchum is set to return with an all-new record featuring 13 tracks. All of them penned by Ketchum except for a cover of Tom Waits "Jersey Girl." Read what Hal has to say about the project.