Trick Pony For anyone who's sick of pop passing for country, here's the antidote: a trio that's honed its high-energy sound in humble honky-tonks instead of swank… Trick Pony For anyone who's sick of pop passing for country, here's the antidote: a trio that's honed its high-energy sound in humble honky-tonks instead of swank… 2001-03-13 Trick Pony Country
Music Review

Trick Pony (2001)

EW's GRADE
B

Details Release Date: Mar 13, 2001; Lead Performance: Trick Pony; Genre: Country

For anyone who's sick of pop passing for country, here's the antidote: a trio that's honed its high-energy sound in humble honky-tonks instead of swank Music Row offices. Thanks to Heidi Newfield's wildcat vocals and the band's twang-and-bang spirit (plus cameos from Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings), you can practically smell the sawdust on Trick Pony.

Originally posted Apr 06, 2001 Published in issue #590 Apr 06, 2001 Order article reprints
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