The Invisible Man

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Darrell Scott is known as a master songwriter, having penned enduring hits for the Dixie Chicks (“Long Time Gone”), Travis Tritt (“It’s a Great Day to Be Alive”) and many others. But Darrell’s own recordings of his material have never quite measured up to some of the cover versions— that is, until now. The Nashville native takes a giant step forward as a recording artist with The Invisible Man, a creatively restless and sonically inventive album that finds Darrell using studio know-how—and his own soulful voice—to bring out the best in these riveting meditations on mortality and meaning.

— Chris Neal

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