Bill's Barber Shop

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Billy co-penned George Jones’ “Choices” and “I Don’t Need Your Rockin’ Chair,” and he brings that same style of classic country to his own tunes, whether it is the intimate “This Pain Inside of Me,” or the rapid-fire novelty of “The Alphabet Song.” Billy’s voice sounds remarkably similar to Joe Nichols’ at times, and “Margarita Meltdown” would fit perfectly on a Nichols album. “Tell Me I’m Wrong” portrays a man trying to deny the signs that his relationship is over. “One Beer a Day” could be about the same man six months later (one beer a day keeps the ex-wife away). Billy’s Barber Shop is a gem for traditional country fans.

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