The Storm

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For his first album in three years, Travis enlisted the production skills of Randy Jackson, best known for his role as a judge on the TV juggernaut American Idol and his studio work with pop and rock stars. So it’s no surprise that The Storm emphasizes Travis’ gritty, soulful voice, even while never straying too far away from the Southern rock-fueled country that has been his musical trademark for almost two decades. With a muscular suite of songs highlighted by a closing romp through rocker Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s “Somehow, Somewhere, Someway,” The Storm makes for a convincing comeback.

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