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|Joy Lynn White|
Genres: Country, Pop
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Joy survives the rejection of Nashville
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I have been a fan of Joy for a long time now. It's really depressing that she is not more widely known. How is it fair that Shania Twain is so big, when she is so awful? It is even more maddening that the Dixie Chicks cover of lfjldsjfl has become a huge radio hit when it is so inferior to Joy's cover. I was so excited when I got The Lucky Few because of the songwriters, Jim Lauderdale, and Lucinda Williams. Plus the duet with Dwight Yoakam. Pete Anderson was another name that I already knew. The Lucky Few is a must have in any C.D. collection."
Ladies and Gentlemen, the redemption of Joy Lynn White
(5 out of 5 stars)
"After being molded and carted through Nashville's cookie cutter industry, Joy Lynn was dropped from her record deal with Sony Nashville, Lucky for her!! The diva recorded two good but slicky produced albums in Nashville that failed to spawn a hit. She is now signed to an independent label. The record is a classic!!! At times, her voice rings through like a bat out of hell on "Too Big For This Town" (seemingly a take on leaving the Nashville industry). Other times, it oozes pure heartache on tunes such as "I Doubt If It Does To You" and "I Lost It" (an outstanding cover of an old Lucinda Williams tune.) Joy Lynn, like Kelly Willis (another excellent songstress who is now on her own after escaping NAshville, Tennessee)seems to have found herself with an independent record deal. This lattle gal has a voice as big as Texas and it shines through like redemption on the title cut!!1 Buy this record, you won't be sorry"
A MUST-HAVE ALBUM FOR ANY TRADITIONAL COUNTRY MUSIC FAN
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Joy Lynn White has been shunned by country radio, but there are a few of us out there that think she should be having number one hits. Joy Lynn's 3rd album, "The Lucky Few" is chock-full of pure, traditional country music. It's a must-have for any fan of pure country. My favorite song is "Too Big For This Town." There's also an excellent duet with Dwight Yoakam."