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Dripping with steel guitar, a road-weary rhythm and Reedy's lonesome, low-down vocals, "Bloodshot Heart" is a tribute to doing things the hard way – and paying the price. C.P.


" (...) Those are the touches that give Reedy his authenticity: his songs feel real because he's singing about relatable stuff, and he is a persuasive and sympathetic narrator."  - E.R.Danton 


People move to Nashville every day hoping to find fame and fortune. Few actually find it, though, a phenomenon Pat Reedy explores in his new song “Nashville Tennessee at 3AM."


 Pat Reedy has sound that puts him right within the traditional, honky tonk and outlaw crowds.  It has everything you would expect from a classic 70’s country album right down to the working class musician attitude that Reedy carries.  That’s All There Is is Reedy’s third album and first new release on the Muddy Roots record label. This is a good starting point for new fans of Pat Reedy and for those that dig in, it is bound to be one that sticks with you.


Pat Reedy has inspired music from folks like The Deslondes from New Orleans, and Luke Bell who once told Saving Country Music, “He pulled through in an ’85 Datsun diesel pickup truck with a homeless painter and a half wolf dog. It was just a picture of a different part of the earth.”


“Everyone has a different songwriting process. Mine seems to be a hangover and a dump truck,” Reedy says, laughing. “I definitely had to write some of the songs really quickly because I was supposed to be doing something else.”

Dust of Daylight (Norway)

Pat Reedy & The Longtime Goners spiller god gammeldags, ekte og genuin blue collar countrymusikk. Med historier om hverdagsslit, seine kvelder på bar og kjærlighet som slettes ikke gikk som man håpet. Fra han startet karrieren som gatemusiker i New Orleans, så har Reedy utviklet seg som musiker og enterainer – og i Nashville fant han sin plass.

Dirty Rock (Spain)

Magnífico disco de Reedy que conjuga honky tonk, outlaw country blues, rockabilly, cajun, zydeco y elementos del country clásico setentero en el que el propio Pat Reedy entretanto conversa con Jesús, sobre una experiencia cercana con la muerte, su enfoque hacia la política, las maldiciones, afirma que en Nashville todos son bandidos hasta que la cocaína desaparece y enaltece a la clase trabajadora en este primer disco para el sello Muddy Roots.

HYMN (Sweden)

Reedy förkroppsligar Merle Haggards ”Workin’ Man Blues” och hans obekymrade framtoning påminner om outlaw-giganter som Billy Joe Shaver och Waylon Jennings. Musiken är okonstlad, samtidigt bevandrad och äkta, färgad av erfarenheter från ett kringflackande liv. 

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