• 01 Howlin' On The Wind
  • 02 Rocky Mountain Drifter
  • 03 Black Joe
  • 04 The Last Catch
  • 05 Old Ghosts
  • 06 Muddy Creek
  • 07 Desperados Waitin' For A Train
  • 08 Buffalo Beard
  • 09 Everything That Glitters
  • 10 There Goes My Son
  • 11 Drivin' Daddy's Jeep
  • 12 And The River Ran Red
  • 13 Through The Lightning Storm
  • 14 Oklahoma Wind
  • 15 My Angel Wings
  • 16 Shoot Me

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LYRICS

Howlin’ On the Wind
Rocky Mountain Drifter
Black Joe
The Last Catch

Old Ghost

Muddy Creek

Buffalo Beard

There Goes My Son

Drivin’ Daddy’s Jeep

And The River Ran Red

Through the Lightnin’ Storm

Oklahoma Wind

My Angel Wings

Shoot Me

With Rocky Mountain Drifter, his fourteenth album, songwriter and singer Brenn Hill follows a trail far and deep into the heart and soul of the American West. His clear, powerful voice wrings every ounce of feeling from every song, interpreting compositions that reflect the West of today and recollect the West of days gone by. While retaining the roots of the tradition, the arrangements and instrumentation refresh and rejuvenate the substance of cowboy and Western music. Masterful musicians and expert production contribute to a spirited sound sure to seize listeners by the ears and energize emotions.

Brenn’s fourteen original compositions on Rocky Mountain Drifter tell tales of courage, adventure, tragedy, violence, faith, family, longing, struggle, and despair—the full spectrum of the human experience, played out under wide western skies. The title song anticipates the tender homecoming of a traveling man, while “Angel Wings” contemplates a homecoming of a different kind. “There Goes My Son” and “Drivin’ Daddy’s Jeep” address the anxieties of raising teenagers in complicated times, while “Old Ghosts” and “Shoot Me” delve into the opposite end of life. Storytelling takes a hard twist in “Black Joe” and “Buffalo Beard” as they plow a fresh new furrow through the West. The haunting “And the River Ran Red” recounts, with honest reverence, the bloodiest massacre in Western history. Other originals in the collection likewise peel away expectations to plumb new depths. Also included is a fresh rendition of the iconic “Desperados Waiting for a Train” by celebrated Texas legend Guy Clark, and a sparkling interpretation of the number-one Dan Seals rodeo hit, “Everything That Glitters.”

With its wide appeal and deep meaning, watch for Brenn Hill’s Rocky Mountain Drifter to reach new heights in Western music.

Listeners will learn of Rocky Mountain Drifter through social media, e-mail, and other online encounters and advertising. A “Making of Rocky Mountain Drifter” video and Rocky Mountain Drifter music video will excite existing fans and attract new ones. Reviews and features will appear in appropriate print media.