We Review Dawson Reigns’ Self-Titled EP

Dawson Reigns is the latest US country singer to bring his talents to our shores. Yesterday we brought you an exclusive interview with the Nashville native rising star and we also gave you the very first play of his brand new video for his new single ‘The Night Ain’t Even Over Yet’. And now we bring you a review of his latest self-titled EP.

The EP which was released last year contains six original tracks from the newest star of country music:

All Fall Down

The Night Ain’t Even Over Yet

I Will

Stay With Me Tonight

Ain’t Nothing Wrong With That

Love Was All You

Dawson’s vocals have a very old school country vibe that shares the same qualities as the legendary Garth Brooks. The standout track on the EP is without doubt ‘I Will’. Reigns’ voice is so stripped back and the raw lyrics work perfectly.

Another standout song is ‘Ain’t Nothing Wrong With That’ which starts with a brilliant guitar rift that sounds similar to the chords used in Shania Twain’s hit ‘Love Gets Me Every Time‘.

Overall the EP shows that Dawson Reigns is one to watch on the country scene.

RATING 3/5. 

Reign’s will be bringing his tour to the UK later this month, tickets are on sale now.

22nd March at Broadcast in Glasgow
23rd March at Jumpin’ Jack’s in Newcastle-upon-Tyne
24th March at The Dog House in Carlton
25th March at Eiger Studios in Leeds
26th March at Gullivers in Manchester
29th March at The Railway in Winchester
30th March at The Cellar in Oxford
31st March at The Garage in London

Have you listened to Dawson Reigns’ new self-titled EP? What is your favourite song? Let us know your thoughts over on Twitter @CelebMix.   

Written by Laura Klonowski

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