RM Music – Pistol Annies “Hell on Heels”

If you’re willing to give country music a try (or already love it like I do!), Pistol Annies is as country as they come!  They do away with the pop elements found in a lot of current country music, and leave us with a backwoods country sound with lyrics that are sure to have you listening more than once!

“Hell on Heels” – Pistol Annies*

*See YouTube video below

“Clocking in at a lean 30-minutes, “Hell on Heels” is a laugh-to-keep-from-crying-your-blue-eyes-bloodshot kind of album. And after the boys of summer have gone, it might stand as the best country release of 2011.” - Chris Richards, The Washington Post

“On the debut by their ad hoc trio, Miranda Lambert and friends Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley show off the kind of hard-living wit and hardscrabble class consciousness that have become tough to find in Nashville. Their feisty brand of country mixes Great Depression redneck blues, rockabilly and even a little ’65 Dylan (check the rambling.”Chuck Eddy, Rolling Stone

Hell On Heels - Pistol Annies

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