Sunday, September 8, 2013
Sturgill Simpson's Railroad of Sin On High Top Mountain
High Top Mountain, after more than a decade in and out of the music industry.
“If there was a representative of Honky Tonk Heaven right here on Earth, he’d sound a lot like Sturgill Simpson, and the record would sound a lot like High Top Mountain,” read the review in No Depression.
The website savingcountrymusic.com, in fact, has adopted Simpson as the popular face of its cause this year. “If there is one artist symbolizing hope for real country music in 2013, it is Sturgill Simpson,” that site’s editor wrote earlier this summer. source