|Husky Burnette Feature Write Up On Nooga.com For His Album Re-Release|
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"Chattanooga native Brian "Husky" Burnette creates music that has its roots wound deep around the sounds of blues and classic rock ‘n’ roll. His songs pitch and turn as each fiery rhythm is laid bare and every Southern detail is explored. His voice is steeped in the history of his native state, a melodic rebellion born of a desire to create and share a collection of personal experiences. His voice is deep and rumbling, like a storm front rolling in over the mountains, but his voice is surprisingly light and malleable—although you can be sure there’s still enough punch to knock the air from your lungs.
To go along with the deluxe rerelease of his previous record, "Tales from East End Blvd," Burnette and his label have shared a new video for album cut "That Liquor." It’s a ferocious stomper that pairs a series of sweltering guitar riffs with Burnette's inimitably brusque voice—it’s the perfect combination to convey this kind of bucolic, whiskey-soaked story. He seems born to sing this song, a rollicking, rough-around-the-edges burner that's determined to kick in your door and share some hard-earned wisdom. His raw melodies and even rougher voice take delight in the seedier moments of life and in their communal conveyance. The song introduces us to the late-night juke joint atmosphere that Burnette and his music inhabit. It's a place of smoky shadows and dangerous characters, and I can't wait to go back."