Dillon Carmichael (from the album Hell on an Angel available on Riser House Records)
A rock’n’roll beat has the back of the countrified soul fanning the flames of “Hell on an Angel” as Dillon Carmichael owns the misguided steps he takes kicking and stomping on love in the title track from his recent release. The album keeps its wheels spinning with a Southern sound as slow-turning rhythms steer into “Dixie Again” while chicken-picking guitar notes are proudly plucked for “Country Women” and organ chords cradle the awakening remorse beginning to smolder in “Old Flame”. Dillon Carmichael uses three chords and the truth to build the four walls of encouragement around “That’s What Hank Would Do”. Growing up in Burgin, Kentucky, Dillon Carmichael was surrounded by people living close to the land and solid ground sentiments. The hard-working men and women who stared down life with strong characters and hard-earned resolve hear their stories on Hell on an Angelwhen “It’s Simple” tells tale of pleasures within reach as it crawls into an empty-nest morning with “Hard on a Hangover” and accepts the oncoming trouble bearing down in “Natural Disaster”.
Recorded in Nashville, Tennessee at RCA’s Studio A with Dave Cobb in the producer’s chair, Hell on an Angelcaptures the honest delivery in the words of Dillon Carmichael, supporting him with Country music that stands tall with the same pride. Western winds blow Dillon Carmichael along the trail of the rodeo circuit for the confessions of “Might Be a Cowboy” as he watches the taillights of love flicker in “Dancing Away with My Heart”.
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