Terry Flynn’s newest album, Well Worn Road, is an Americana delight. Terry has a melodic voice that reminds me of a mix between an early Rockabilly Elvis and Chris Issac. He magically channels and swirls these two artists into a sound that is uniquely his own. The first track on the album is Repentant Troubador.

While listening to the song, I feel the heartache of  unrequited love and the all so familiar longing for a second chance at a new beginning with a unwilling romantic partner. To be honest, I can relate to his entire album as each track plays for me. He tells  a story of a man’s life down a Well Worn Road that leads to different, beautiful, and sometimes sad tales of the trials and tribulations that at one point all people encounter.

Thirteen songs just is not enough. When will you release more?  I loved it.  The album was produced by Markham White and recorded locally at After Dark Designs Studio in Smyrna, GA.  Markham White also added his style to the album by co-writing nine out of the thirteen tracks. The collaboration of such awesome musical talent, ( as displayed on the credits below) created one hell of a great record.

Terry Flynn is releasing his album tonight at the Five Spot and admission is free at the door.  The band hits the stage at 9:30. Come out and join me and check next week for my review of tonight’s delight. See you there!

The Backstage Beat was given an exclusive sneak peak at the new release . . . have a listen to “If I Could” right here:

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