Richard Lynch Remains Authentic And Grounded In Newest Project "Radio Friend"
The latest project in Richard Lynch's whopping 40-year career is finally here. Despite its title, Radio Friend, the record doesn't completely align with what's playing on the radio these days. Instead, Lynch blends modern and old-fashioned techniques, altogether creating something refreshing and memorable. Radio Friend showcases his fun yet down-to-earth personality.
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The artist strikes a perfect balance between pop-country and traditional bluegrass. Lynch maintains a nostalgic sound in several ways - from the upbeat, jazz-inspired "Better Off" to the steady and heartfelt closer "Thankful, Grateful, and Blessed."
Fans have already heard the album's title track, which reached the UK iTunes Top 5 prior to its release. It best exemplifies the album's themes of faith, gratitude, and trusting the process. Lynch notes that his career wouldn't be possible without fans, radio DJs, co-writers, producers, artistic influences, friends and family, and most importantly God. A vivid and touching track, "Radio Friend" communicates this sentiment well.
Lynch continues to stand amount amongst the titans of his genre with a triumphant new album release, once again reminding his audience of what they love most about him. Authenticity and thankfulness are among the cornerstones of his approach, fueling his genuine storytelling throughout the album. In a project like no other, Richard Lynch continues to prove why he's still on the top of his game.