The Wolf

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Shooter Jennings isn’t shy about his lineage—he mentions his legendary dad, Waylon, in the first couple of lines of the first song (“This Ol Wheel”) on The Wolf, and the album title itself evokes Waylon’s 1986 hit “Will the Wolf Survive.” But make no mistake: His third studio album finds Shooter asserting himself more than ever as an artist with a musical vision and lyrical concerns of his own. This effort is at once less rocking and more thoughtful than his first two albums, while never stinting on energy, attitude and outlaw spirit. Have no fear, The Wolf will survive.

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