The Open Road

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John’s nineteenth album finds him revisiting the different musical pathways he has already walked (his songs have been covered by artists as diverse as Keith Urban, Bob Dylan and Bon Jovi) and combining them into his own open road. John brings the rock sensibility of John Fogerty to “Haulin’” and “Movin’ On” before lending an elegant guitar line to the bluesy “Like a Freight Train.” This set of songs, inspired by time spent on the road, isn’t all about freedom and bravado; introspective songs like “What Kind of Man” suggest a hard-earned wisdom as well. He ends his travels with “Carry You Back Home” to bring this classic-rock set full circle.

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