Out of that comes an album that highlights the intimacy of candor, of offering oneself without dressing the parts up.
I thought it was kind of fun.
That's why The Shires, a British country music duo based thousands of miles away from Music City in London, have become global superstars.
But there's hope at the end of the tunnel: I can be that woman now.
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Their new Apple Music Country show will begin with a key figure—an artist, a songwriter, a hitmaking producer—and then layer in stories about other figures, known and unknown, in that person's orbit.
And the vocals are a bit raspier than normal.
I had never really heard of them until I went to upstate New York and got extremely obsessed.