Missing Years

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Hang on, Tim Rushlow fans—the singer who led Little Texas through 1990s hits like “My Love” and “God Blessed Texas” is nowhere to be found on the group’s first album in a decade (nor, for that matter, is longtime keyboardist Brady Seals). Guitarist Porter Howell has stepped into the frontman role, and happily proves himself very much up to the task on Missing Years. Listeners primed by the enjoyable recent concert album The Very Best of Little Texas: Live and Loud will eat up Missing Years, which brings the band’s 1990s sound into the present—and never feels as if anything is missing.

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