Honky Tonkin’ boot scoot alert as dudey Texas Country & Western songster RICHIE ALLBRIGHT makes his full Phoenix debut. Git set for some good ol’ weathered and worn, Merle and Waylon styled Classic Country. Haunted by the ghost of Johnny Paycheck. Songs sung true and blue like an arrow to the heart. ALLBRIGHT’s life reads like a country song, more shadows than light, a road well traveled of good times, bad times and hard times, drink, self destruction, demons and guilt before ultimately finding rescue and salvation through the love of a good woman. As eloquently put in his song ‘I Lived To Tell It All’, he writes, bleeding from his heart to the page, “I drank too hard and talked too much, just didn’t care at all. I blew my chance and missed the dance, but man I had a ball. And lookin’ back at it now, at least what I recall, I wouldn’t change a single thing, cuz I lived to tell it all.” Yeah. Real Country, the sort of thing they just don’t make no more.