When it comes to writing songs with real longevity, immediate connectivity, authentic charm, and genuine honesty, you have either got it or you haven’t. Sure, you can learn some of the tricks and examine the traits of what makes a song a classic, but it will likely take a lifetime of dedication, perhaps more, to master, and still, you may only be able to imitate and plagiarize. Like I say, you’ve either got it or you ain’t! Withered Hand has got it…and then some.

Coming ahead of his latest album, How To Love…

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