Review – Dawson Rutledge

Album: Today, Tonight, Tomorrow
Release Date: January 1, 2016
Genre: Folk

Cranbrook, BC based singer-songwriter, Dawson Rutledge recently released his debut album, Today, Tonight, Tomorrow which features eight tracks. At the age of only 18 years old, Dawson surely possesses a knack for writing and performing amazing songs. His vocals are certainly pleasing to the ear, and the lyrics pull you in.

“Mysterious Woman” is the second track, and it’s the track that had me entranced. I couldn’t help sing along, and the beat captivated me from the beginning. The other song that I couldn’t get enough of was the fourth track, “Bullets and Bandages”, which has a slight country vibe to it.

Dawson seems to know just the right amount of each genre to mix into his music to create an irresistible sound that could easily appeal to many listeners. From the beginning to the very end, I was thoroughly entertained, and I would recommend you all check out this album. This offering is one that will have problem garnering interest in Dawson, and I am stoked to hear much more from this young Canadian artist.

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