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Good Wine and Bad Decisions

by Julie Roberts

Good Wine and Bad Decisions by Julie Roberts

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Good Wine and Bad Decisions

by Julie Roberts

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Label: Red River Entertainment
Nine years after her debut went gold and seven months after not a single judge turned their chair in a failed The Voice audition, Julie Roberts returns with a fourth LP that falls somewhere between Ashley Monroe's retro country and Susan Tedeschi's blue-eyed blues. Fittingly, it marks Sun Records' first non-archival release in years, and its songs cover affairs both short and long, and what it's like not only to keep it together but also to slowly fall apart. Just don't believe her when she says she can't do goodbyes -- the closer on which she makes that claim is a highlight.

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Nine years after her debut went gold and seven months after not a single judge turned their chair in a failed The Voice audition, Julie Roberts returns with a fourth LP that falls somewhere between Ashley Monroe's retro country and Susan Tedeschi's blue-eyed blues. Fittingly, it marks Sun Records' first non-archival release in years, and its songs cover affairs both short and long, and what it's like not only to keep it together but also to slowly fall apart. Just don't believe her when she says she can't do goodbyes -- the closer on which she makes that claim is a highlight.

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About This Album

Nine years after her debut went gold and seven months after not a single judge turned their chair in a failed The Voice audition, Julie Roberts returns with a fourth LP that falls somewhere between Ashley Monroe's retro country and Susan Tedeschi's blue-eyed blues. Fittingly, it marks Sun Records' first non-archival release in years, and its songs cover affairs both short and long, and what it's like not only to keep it together but also to slowly fall apart. Just don't believe her when she says she can't do goodbyes -- the closer on which she makes that claim is a highlight.