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article imageReview: Zac Brown Band captivates on new single 'All Alright' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jun 29, 2014 in Music
Acclaimed country group Zac Brown Band released their new song "All Alright," which is the lead single from their latest EP "The Grohl Sessions, Vol. 1."
The single deals with a man trying to overcome a failing relationship. The song has a blues and southern rock vibe and It features an exquisite electric guitar solo midway through the song. Zac Brown showcases his rich yet distinct vocals.
"It was all alright, Now it's all all wrong, That's just a-how, It goes when your gone," he sings.
"All Alright" was co-written by such artists as Zac Brown, Jimmy De Martini, John Driskell Hopkins from the Zac Brown Band, as well as songwriter Wyatt Durrette and country superstar Eric Church. It was produced by Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Dave Grohl.
The song has reached No. 26 on the Billboard Hot Country Airplay charts, after charting for 9 weeks, and it is making its way up the charts.
The Verdict
Overall, Zac Brown Band delivers on their newest single "All Alright." While "Sweet Annie" was bittersweet and remarkable, this is the tune that truly captivates and displays their impressive range as a band. It is refreshing each time I hear it playing on the radio station. It garners 4.5 out of 5 stars.
Fans of The Allman Brothers Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Marshall Tucker Band will find their music a real treat since it has elements of southern rock.
"All Alright" ranks in my Top 2 favorite songs of theirs, along with "Goodbye In Her Eyes," which is their best vocal to date.
For more information on the Zac Brown Band and their new single "All Alright," visit their official website.
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