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Jimbo Pap's members don't wear rhinestoned Nudie suits like the Flying Burrito Brothers did, or like so many of their current peers continue to, but they do represent a modern, updated version of their city's roots-rock legacy. This is a band that makes honest, relatable music about heartaches, tough breaks and city life with coed vocals and a wry sense of humor that doesn’t strain to be overly clever.
“It Can Always Get Worse is wonderfully wrought, full of tangible textures, alluring rhythms, and beguiling vocal inflections. Indeed, it’s undoubtedly one of the best Americana albums of the year.” - Medium
Lowe Country Update
In the fall of 2012, Fiesta Red proudly released the album Lowe Country: The Songs of Nick Lowe, which features 13 formidable artists interpreting songs from Nick Lowe’s illustrious 4½-decade career. Since then, many—in fact, most—of the contributing artists have finished recording and/or released a new album of their own. Below is a partial list of their recent recordings.
Hayes Carll - What It Is
Amanda Shires - To the Sunset
Amanda Shires as member of The Highwomen
Robert Ellis - Texas Piano Man
Parson Red Heads - Blurred Harmony
Lori McKenna - The Tree
Griffin House - Rising Star
Ron Sexsmith - The Last Rider
Caitlin Rose - The Stand-In
Erin Enderlin - Tonight I Don't Give a Damn
Colin Gilmore - The Wild and Hollow