It’s amazing how life always seems to bring us full circle.
The Landreth Brothers just released their fourth album together called Come Morning.
They grew up in a completely musical household.
Father Wally was a true working musician. Their Mother would sometimes go with the boys in bassinets and kid chairs to watch over them and keep an eye on Wally.
They grew up listening to Bonnie Raitt, the many persona’s of Ry Cooder, Lyle Lovett, and most importantly Little Feat.
They were artists who could evoke Mississippi, Muscle Shoals, LA, NYC, and Texas in one album.
The Landreth family was based in Winnipeg but the music took them to all those places and beyond.
The music saved them. Gave them hope and promise.
So here comes their latest ‘Come Morning’ and it’s filled with ebb and flow, being away from home, being at home for 2 years, songs of redemption, being in Love, not being in love, and dealing with the weight of sexual abuse.
This feels like the album that will change everything. Have a listen to the boys and their music. See if the hope and promise, ebb and flow hasn’t come full circle.
They bring an in-studio acoustic version of ‘What in the World’ with them.
Keep an ear out for ‘Corduroy’ and Joey’s painful story behind it. Joey opened his heart to all of us.