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With his own brand of retro country music he's dubbed LIGHT COUNTRY, Tennessee old soul The Kernal has made an arresting new album that looks back to the classic days of the Grand Ole Opry as re-interpreted by an artist who's created his own home-grown brand of Southern mystique. The Kernal is included in Rolling Stone's "10 New Country Artists That You Need to Know for the month of March. You may have seen or heard The Kernal in his other incarnation as a bass player with such artists as Andrew Combs and Jonny Fritz. But LIGHT COUNTRY introduces us to a funny, whip-smart songwriter and musical stylist on these original tracks. Based in the halfway point between two Tennessee music meccas, The Kernal is apart yet plugged into the fertile East Nashville music scene. LIGHT COUNTRY is a family affair, but the family at this point is the family of memory; it was 2010 when the Kernal went into the attic of his childhood home in Pinewood, TN and found his late father's red Opry suit (it's the suit he's wearing on the album cover). An English major who's as likely to reference Bela Bartok and Terry Allen as a country music legend, he was inspired to write his own songs after donning his late father's red Opry suit. He discovered that it fit and began to feel its mojo. "It was a magic suit," he confides. "It's all about old fabrics on new skin, and seeing how they get along."
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