The Quiet Times of a Rock and Roll Farm Boy

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Given the over-the-top flamboyance and genre-crossing adventurism of Big & Rich, it’s interesting to note that both John Rich’s Son of a Preacher Man and now Big Kenny’s The Quiet Times of a Rock and Roll Farm Boy are relatively serious and straightforward affairs. The outstanding Quiet Times finds Kenny philosophizing about the value of love, family and happiness while offering the occasional idiosyncratic touch to remind you that he’s the wild character in the top hat we’re used to seeing onstage. Be sure to check out the hidden final track, which repeats the entire album in sequence with a few added goodies.

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