Weldon Henson from the album Texas Made Honky Tonk available on Hillbilly Renegade Records
Putting heartache and hometown lifestyles on the map, Weldon Henson places audio pins to mark territory for dance halls and open roads on his recent release, Texas Made Honky Tonk. Weldon Henson sings of real lives, keeping the conversation one-on-one as he points a finger with the storyline of “Sleep All Day” and two-stepping through an early morning fog, waking up alone in “Hung Up on You” while Texas Made Honky Tonkspeeds up the rhythm when hearts race in “Are You Thinking of Me Too” and realizes that love has gone a little too far in “No Turning Back”. Taking the center spot on stages with his Honky Tonk Frontier band, Weldon Henson stays true to a sound he has taken as his own with Texas Made Honky Tonk.
For anyone keeping score, Weldon Henson is doing just fine, thank you very much, with the exception of lonely nights, the mood swings, and stiches received from falling down, telling the tale of his current day-to-day life in “My State of Mind”. Musically, Texas Made Honky Tonkstays true to its title, Weldon Henson infusing the sound with electricity as his passion for the music spins through the songs like the spinning couples shaking up some sawdust on the dance floor. The beat slows as Weldon Henson’s love boat sinks in “The Heartache’s on Me” while the songman speaks his resume on the Country Folk confessions of “I’ve Got to Be a Rodeo Man” and warns he is “Not the Kind to Hang Around” as the album tags its title with a bounce, celebrating the state and its people with “Texas Made”.
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