In this week's episode we're featuring a 2020 release from The Reeves Brothers: "The Last Honky Tonk". Distilling the best of 70s country down to a twelve-song collection, the most refreshing part of this album lies in it's original material. All but three of the tracks were written by brothers Matt & Cole Reeves who both ooze country music pedigree. The Reeves Brothers come by their throwback sound honestly, without pretence or effort it seems - this gloriously grimy brand of honky tonk IS their sound. Recorded between producer Kevin Skrla's Wolfe Island studios and Sugar Hill in Houston, the result contains significant Haggard overtones and features prolific steel guitar from Caleb Melo. Cole Reeves' twangy vibrato and Matt Reeves gritty growl serve to bring fans of hardcore, traditional country music an album worth it's weight in Lone Star beer and quarters for the jukebox. Get into it!