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EDITORS’ NOTES

Combining spiritual redemption with down-home Southern grit, The Rhett Walker Band deliver a sophomore album that confirms the promise shown by their 2012 debut. Walker’s sinewy vocals and assertive, soul-bearing songwriting serve him in good stead, whether he’s stomping out bluesy rock (“Clone”), wailing a gospel-drenched ballad (“The Other Side”), or offering a countrified salute to the American heartland (the title tune). What holds Here’s to the Ones together is its firm grounding in Christian faith, expressed with a flawed believer’s fervor in “Love Like Jesus,” “The Mystery,” and “Broken Man.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Combining spiritual redemption with down-home Southern grit, The Rhett Walker Band deliver a sophomore album that confirms the promise shown by their 2012 debut. Walker’s sinewy vocals and assertive, soul-bearing songwriting serve him in good stead, whether he’s stomping out bluesy rock (“Clone”), wailing a gospel-drenched ballad (“The Other Side”), or offering a countrified salute to the American heartland (the title tune). What holds Here’s to the Ones together is its firm grounding in Christian faith, expressed with a flawed believer’s fervor in “Love Like Jesus,” “The Mystery,” and “Broken Man.”

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