Cowboy Town If Brooks & Dunn are to be believed (and their many multiplatinum albums suggest they are), folks in Cowboy Town don't do much besides lovin',… Cowboy Town If Brooks & Dunn are to be believed (and their many multiplatinum albums suggest they are), folks in Cowboy Town don't do much besides lovin',… 2007-10-02 Brooks & Dunn Country
Music Review

Cowboy Town (2007)

EW's GRADE
B+

Details Release Date: Oct 02, 2007; Lead Performance: Brooks & Dunn; Genre: Country

If Brooks & Dunn are to be believed (and their many multiplatinum albums suggest they are), folks in Cowboy Town don't do much besides lovin', drinkin', and salutin' the grand ol' flag. Luckily, the duo are one of country's hardest-rocking acts, so even if the themes on their 11th studio CD are a bit predictable, their muscular riffs and handsome vocal harmonies give the material a boot-scooting vibrancy belying their elder-statesmen status. That ''Dirt, mud, and dust, Bibles and beer'' from ''Cowboy Town''? It may be a recipe, but it's one for success. B+
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Originally posted Oct 05, 2007 Published in issue #958 Oct 12, 2007 Order article reprints
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