Americana • 41m
Paul Thorn came to the GRAMMY Museum on July 16, 2018 to celebrate his album Don’t Let The Devil Ride. After a dozen roots-rock records, illustrious musician Thorn reclaimed his past by celebrating the first music he was ever exposed to. The album combines strong influences stemming from Paul’s life experiences and his earliest musical influence: gospel. The collection of soulful songs, originally recorded by black southern gospel groups, was co-produced by Billy Maddox and Colin Linden and recorded in 3 legendary locations: Sam Phillips Recording in Memphis, FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, and Preservation Hall in New Orleans. Don’t Let The Devil Ride features contributions from the Blind Boys of Alabama, The McCrary Sisters, the Preservation Hall Jazz Horns and Bonnie Bishop.
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