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CD Review “JT Hodges: JT Hodges” August 20, 2012 By Mike Gencarelli via: Media Mikes JT Hodges JT Hodges Release Date: August 21st 2012 Label: Show Dog Universal Music 11 Tracks 35 minutes Our Score: 4.5 out of 5 stars I had the privileged of interviewing JT in person last year and he was one of the nicest and humbled guys in the business. You can just tell that his inspiration and creativity was flowing like crazy. At the time, he only had his one single “Hunt You Down” released but promised a great debut album. Let me tell you he really delivered on his words. My only real complaint is that the album runs a little short at 35 minutes. I would have liked it to be a little longer. Nonetheless, it is one of the best country music albums that I have had the privilege to listen to in the last few years. Keep an eye out for JT Hodges, he is going to be doing great things for the genre. It is rare on an album that honestly every single track is single worthy but that is the case with JT’s debut album. I think they are going to have a very hard time picking his new single. JT’s songs aren’t just scripted tracks. You can tell that there is fantastic real life experiences behind each track and they are just dripping with inspiration. “Sleepy Little Town” and “Goodbyes Made You Mine” are both guaranteed to be hit singles very soon as they are the most catchy on the album. JT also has a very unique song in the business that sets him aside from all other country acts. His tracks are not large productions but feel like they really draw you in to each songs. If you don’t like this album well then it has a simple solution…”I’m gonna hunt you down!”. Track Listing: 1. Rather Be Wrong Than Lonely 2. Sleepy Little Town 3. Hunt You Down 4. Give It One More Night 5. When I Stop Crying 6. Goodbyes Made You Mine 7. Leaving Me Later 8. Right About Now 9. Rhythm Of The Radio 10. Green Eyes Red Sunglasses
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JT Hodges Debut Album Review Written by: MissMolly via Country Music News Blog JT Hodges Offers Up Original and Inviting Sound with Debut Album. When I first heard JT Hodges‘ debut single, “Hunt You Down“, I knew there was something special ...
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JT Hodges Takes It To The Fans Release Week
Courtesy of MusicNashville JT Hodges will spend release week of his debut, self-titled CD with his fans, first globally via an internet chat, next in person in his hometown area of Dallas-Fort Worth, and then on to one of the largest shopping malls ...
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JT Hodges Chats About His Forthcoming Debut Album Available August 21
Courtesy of CountryMusicRocks JT Hodges is gearing up to release his debut, self-titled album on Tuesday, August 21. The album consists of 10 fantastic tracks, 8 of which JT co-wrote. JT tells CountryMusicRocks that he listened to the album in its ...
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615 Spotlight: JT Hodges Ready to Launch Debut Album
JT Hodges is enjoying life right now -- as well he should. The performer is less than a week away from the release of his self-titled debut for Show Dog -- Universal. It's a release that has a lot of people excited for its' diverse collection of ...
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GAC Album Review: JT Hodges’ Self-Titled Debut
Courtesy of GAC Ask longtime country music fans what one ingredient stands out amongst the others in that genre and you’ll likely hear a certain answer more than the rest; the storytelling. On his self-titled debut release, which hits stores on August ...
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JT Hodges SHOWDOG-UNIVERSAL Release date: Aug. 21 ★★★★ I’ve never been a cautious man, JT sings on his debut album. With his muscular and versatile voice, he can afford to take a few (musical) risks. Judging by the title, “Sleepy ...
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