I'm a Texan Gary Stewart I'm a Texan (HighTone) Stewart isn't really a Texan (he's more familiar with the redneck regions of Kentucky and Florida), but he has… I'm a Texan Gary Stewart I'm a Texan (HighTone) Stewart isn't really a Texan (he's more familiar with the redneck regions of Kentucky and Florida), but he has… Gary Stewart Country
Music Review

I'm a Texan

EW's GRADE
B

Details Lead Performance: Gary Stewart; Genre: Country

Gary Stewart I'm a Texan (HighTone) Stewart isn't really a Texan (he's more familiar with the redneck regions of Kentucky and Florida), but he has spent enough time with blustery losers in Lone Star bars, and he knows how to convey a Texas-size hurt and hangover without ever getting maudlin (''Hand Me Another''). His real specialty is trouble, filtered through two-timing women, tortured memories, and suppressed rage. When he fixes his hill-country tenor and manic vibrato on ''Stompin' Grounds,'' he's a walking stick of dynamite. With the fuse lit. B -Alanna Nash

Originally posted Feb 18, 1994 Published in issue #210-211 Feb 18, 1994 Order article reprints
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