Dad Country

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  • Summary: Produced with Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes, this is the first release under Fritz's given name since he dropped the Corndawg name in 2012.
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  1. He's got relationship problems so depressing that he thinks calmly about killing himself. Yet even that doesn't stop him from saying what he has to say in under three minutes, with a catchy tune to help the time pass.
  2. 70
    The stories are typically droll, but the accompaniment is solid, sturdy, old school country played by veterans who know how to keep things tight yet loose.
  3. Apr 17, 2013
    For all of Fritz’s humorous lyrical twists, his strongest moments here often are when he doesn’t hide his feelings behind funny lines.
  4. Q Magazine
    Jun 17, 2013
    His songs are funny clever, rather than funny ha-ha, making Dad Country a serious business. [Jul 2013, p.105]
  5. Apr 17, 2013
    The man formerly known as Jonny Corndawg paints a richly redneck milieu--a greasy truck stop, a married woman’s disheveled bed, a backyard littered with post-debauchery debris--but something about the way he wallows in that white-trash decadence is offputting, even a little ugly.