Guitarist-singers Dave Gibson and Blue Miller have come up with a name for the music on their debut album — ”turbo-twang” — but it’s really more like country-pop beefed up with trite hard rock: vehement blandness. On ”Stone Cold Country,” they cite ”Hank (Williams) and Lefty (Frizzell) and (George) Jones” as their ”heroes.” So how come most of Where There’s Smoke… sounds like cut-rate Alabama? D
Posted January 15 1993 — 12:00 AM EST
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