Tender is the Night

Album Review of Tender is the Night by Old Man Luedecke.

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Tender is the Night

Old Man Luedecke

Tender is the Night by Old Man Luedecke

Release Date: Nov 13, 2012
Record label: True North Records
Genre(s): Folk

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Tender is the Night - Fairly Good, Based on 2 Critics

PopMatters - 70
Based on rating 7/10

Let’s get one thing straight if you’re new to Nova Scotia bluegrass-country musician and banjo picker Old Man Luedecke: he’s not an old man. Not really, though he’s a man wise beyond his years. And, of course, “Old Man”—that’s not his real name. It’s Chris. And, in many respects ….

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Their review was positive

Old Man Luedecke has gone full Nashville on his fifth album. And it sounds like he had a fine old time doing it. With warm production enhancing his distinctive vocals and a full band of professional studio musicians behind him, the Chester, NS banjo-player's exuberance shines through from the first notes of bluegrass-y opener "Kingdom Come." Recorded at the Butcher Shoppe in Nashville by the renowned Dave Ferguson (Johnny Cash), the album owes its flawless production to Grammy Award-winning musician Tim O'Brien, who also lent his vocal and instrumental skills to Luedecke's 2010 release.

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