Lone Wolf Records announces the release of The Best of Lone Wolf, Vol. One - a selection of new country music by some of today's best songwriters.
Buddy Lee and Jim Disney, Rhonda Walsh, Charles Linder and Judy Klass are some of the freshest country songwriters in the music industry today and this new cd features some of their best work.
"This new album is one of the best I have heard in a long time," said Dave Warren, executive producer for Lone Wolf. "The state of country music today, especially what is being presented out of Nashville, is dismal at best. It's the same old, tired sound, with vocals that are flat and uninspired. This album presents country music as it should be; live, vibrant and full of great instrumentation."
Buddy Lee and Jim Disney, a songwriting team, have several tracks on this new album, including, Devil's Train, Cotton Candy Dreams, Older Than Dirt, Only In My Dreams and Walkin' On My Mind Again.
"This team writes some of the best lyrics I have heard," Warren said. "They have the unique ability to pull you into their songs through the lyrics. In addition, they write in a variety of styles from up-tempo to ballad."
Rhonda Walsh contributes That's What Girls Do and Fast Lane to the album.
"Rhonda's songs are full of energy and upbeat," Warren commented. "She can take the listener into her world within the first few measures of music."
Charles Linder provides listeners with a touch of country love through his song, Something About You.
"This song is one of the best examples of how simple lyrics, telling a simple story, can make the listener want to get up and dance, and tell their significant other how they feel," Warren said.
Judy Klass, a Brooklyn resident, contributes Angel With An Alibi, Barroom Brawl and Somewhere In Between.
"Judy has an amazing gift for telling stories through song," Warren noted. "Her music is a great example of what country music should be."
Warren said, The new album will take country music fans to a new level, exposing them to the new country sound, not the "stale and outdated Nashville sound."
"It's true country music," Warren said. "It doesn't blur the line between country and other genres of music. This is pure country music at its best."