5 Songs, 17 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Trent Harmon's debut EP is country-pop in the fullest sense—a collection of warm, easy tunes about everyday life that draw equally from George Strait and Adam Levine. On "There's a Girl," the American Idol champ sets his soft voice over melancholy steel guitar, singing sweet lyrics about the lengths men will to go for love. A cover of "Sharp Dressed Man" reveals Harmon’s range and imagination; rather than dive straight into ZZ Top-style boogie rock, he slows the opening down to a smooth, soulful croon.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Trent Harmon's debut EP is country-pop in the fullest sense—a collection of warm, easy tunes about everyday life that draw equally from George Strait and Adam Levine. On "There's a Girl," the American Idol champ sets his soft voice over melancholy steel guitar, singing sweet lyrics about the lengths men will to go for love. A cover of "Sharp Dressed Man" reveals Harmon’s range and imagination; rather than dive straight into ZZ Top-style boogie rock, he slows the opening down to a smooth, soulful croon.

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