River Town Saints: Self Titled Album Review

Nobody has been waiting, or is more excited for the River Town Saints self-titled album than the River Town Saints.

The boys in the band have been working hard for the last three years to entertain, write, record, and make country music their lives… and they truly love it. We’ve seen with our own eyes just how much effort and passion these five dudes bring to the table, or stage rather, when they have the chance, and have no doubts about their ability to do it on a larger scale as we move forward.

Heck, they’ve already graduated from the Boots & Bourbon stage where we first saw them during Canadian Music Week 2015 (just months before they signed with Open Road Recordings), to an opening spot on Kip Moore’s tour this year.

And this new album, including previous singles, A Little Bit Goes A Long Way, Cherry Bomb, and the Top 10, Bonfire, will give RTS fans more music to sink their teeth into. Eight tracks fill out the record, and while we do wish that number was 12 or 13, we know that these new tracks… including the brand new single, Woke Up Like This, will surely connect with live audiences, streamers, and radio listeners from coast to coast – creating bigger, louder, longer sing alongs than the band has ever heard before!

We also know that the penchant for covers, medleys, and good times aren’t likely to go anywhere when River Town Saints play River Town Saints, live.

But for now, Chris, Chris, Jeremy, Jordan, and Dan should celebrate this new, debut, album release. It’s a great achievement that is worthy of pride. And, more importantly, it’s a good country record, it’s a fun listen, it sounds great, and it represents everything we’ve come to know and love about the band and its members. It’s fun loving, good timing, happy listening country music. There are no artificial colours or flavours, this is River Town Saints.

From Bonfire through to Hungover It, River Town Saints have recorded an album that is going to get a lot of play by a lot of people this summer. And it will deserve every single spin that it gets!

River Town Saints Tracklist

1. Bonfire
2. Cherry Bomb
3. Woke Up Like This
4. How I Got To You
5. A Little Bit Goes A Long Way
6. Friday Night
7. I Hope You’re Driving
8. Hungover It
9. A Little Bit Goes A Long Way – Acoustic

Get yourself ready to listen and love and share this album. And when you see River Town Saints live, give Chris LaBelle a fist bump. He’ll know why.

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One comment on River Town Saints: Self Titled Album Review

  1. Anna Wood says:

    This is very awesome for them. They are a great group of guys and I am so happy that they have a CD out. I will have to buy to put into my car to listen to on my drive home from work. WAY TO GO BOYS (MEN)

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River Town Saints: Self Titled Album Review

Nobody has been waiting, or is more excited for the River Town Saints self-titled album than the River Town Saints.

The boys in the band have been working hard for the last three years to entertain, write, record, and make country music their lives… and they truly love it. We’ve seen with our own eyes just how much effort and passion these five dudes bring to the table, or stage rather, when they have the chance, and have no doubts about their ability to do it on a larger scale as we move forward.

Heck, they’ve already graduated from the Boots & Bourbon stage where we first saw them during Canadian Music Week 2015 (just months before they signed with Open Road Recordings), to an opening spot on Kip Moore’s tour this year.

And this new album, including previous singles, A Little Bit Goes A Long Way, Cherry Bomb, and the Top 10, Bonfire, will give RTS fans more music to sink their teeth into. Eight tracks fill out the record, and while we do wish that number was 12 or 13, we know that these new tracks… including the brand new single, Woke Up Like This, will surely connect with live audiences, streamers, and radio listeners from coast to coast – creating bigger, louder, longer sing alongs than the band has ever heard before!

We also know that the penchant for covers, medleys, and good times aren’t likely to go anywhere when River Town Saints play River Town Saints, live.

But for now, Chris, Chris, Jeremy, Jordan, and Dan should celebrate this new, debut, album release. It’s a great achievement that is worthy of pride. And, more importantly, it’s a good country record, it’s a fun listen, it sounds great, and it represents everything we’ve come to know and love about the band and its members. It’s fun loving, good timing, happy listening country music. There are no artificial colours or flavours, this is River Town Saints.

From Bonfire through to Hungover It, River Town Saints have recorded an album that is going to get a lot of play by a lot of people this summer. And it will deserve every single spin that it gets!

River Town Saints Tracklist

1. Bonfire
2. Cherry Bomb
3. Woke Up Like This
4. How I Got To You
5. A Little Bit Goes A Long Way
6. Friday Night
7. I Hope You’re Driving
8. Hungover It
9. A Little Bit Goes A Long Way – Acoustic

Get yourself ready to listen and love and share this album. And when you see River Town Saints live, give Chris LaBelle a fist bump. He’ll know why.

River Town Saints BH5 Boots and Hearts 2016-River Town Saints CMW 2016 Boots and BourbonRiver Town Saints BH5 Boots and Hearts 2016-

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